GoProto only wishes you success with your projects, so we’ve come up with prototype resources that will allow us to explain a little more about what our processes entail.
Below you will find information regarding the prototyping materials we use for each manufacturing process. All of these options are available to you. We have also included a technical manual giving more details regarding HP Multi Jet Fusion procedures.
On each process page, we’ve also included the prototyping materials we can use, so be sure to check back there.
We hope our prototype resources are helpful to you and can give you an understanding of our work. We appreciate any questions or concerns you might have, and we look forward to working with you!
Cerakote || (Uses) – Firearms, Knives, Eye Wear, Consumer Electronics, Salt Water Applications
Hydrographics || Black, Dark Red, Dark Green, Dark Blue
NYLON CARBON-3ntr || BLACK
PCABS-DOMESTIC || CLR, RED, GRN, BLU, BLK, WHT
PLA-DOMES (TPU SUPPORT) || (Properties) – BLACK, CLEAR
NYLON 12 || NATURAL
PEEK HIGH TEMP || BLACK
CLEAR FULLCURE 630 || CLEAR, NEW MATERIAL
FULLCURE 850 VeroGrey || GREY
GLASS-FILLED PC, ABS, NYLON
DME STEEL TOOLING
P-20 STEEL TOOLING
NAK 80 STEEL TOOLING
H-13 AND S-7 STEEL TOOLING
PRE-PLATED COLD-ROLLED STEEL
COLOR || PANTONE BOOK COATED
TEXTURE || MoldTech 11000 SERIES
SILKSCREEN || DEPENDING ON PART GEOMOTRY
RUB-ONS || When silkscreen not possible / detail too small (W/CLEAR COAT)
CLEAR COAT || Polish for extra high gloss parts
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