3D Printing

Arsenal Products features several 3D printing technologies to meet your specific design and development prototyping requirements.

High-resolution, durable printing when accuracy and aesthetic are key. With a smooth surface finish, available in several materials, most air- and water-tight, this process brings the best simulation of production materials in days rather than weeks. With a USP Class VI Traceable biocompatible material, medical and wearable applications are a snap, and injection molds are easier than ever with the high-heat M3-X. Available elastomers in any shore, simulated rubber over molding, and multi-material print capabilities, including working assemblies.

MULTIJET (full specs here)

Build Envelope:

  • 11.75 x 7.2 x 8 in


  • HD 32um layers (375x 450y 790z DPI)

  • UHD 29um layers (750x 750y 890z DPI)

  • XHD 16um layers (750x 750y 1600z DPI)

Materials Available:

  • USP Class VI Certified Crystal M3

  • M3-X High Heat ABS-like

  • Castable and PolyP materials available special order

Machine Tolerances:

  • +/-.001-.002” per inch of build

POLYJET (full specs here)

Build Envelope:

  • 342 x 342 x 200 mm (13.4 x 13.4 x 7.9 in.)


  • HD 16um layers (600x 600y 1600z DPI)

Materials Available:

  • Vero Family ABS-like plastics (full color plus brilliant white)

  • Tango Family Elastomers in any shore (overmolding available)

Machine Tolerances:

  • +/- .0078” entire build

Developed and patented right here in Austin at the University of Texas, selective laser sintering (SLS) remains one of the most durable and fastest methods of rapid prototyping, offering multiple materials, selectively sintered to produce a wide range of builds, internal structures, and complicated geometries without limiting the internal structures or blocking build material in. Available in a wide range of materials, including metals (see DLMS), SLS produces durable prototypes and some end user parts. Advancements in the technology have recently made this method a reasonable alternative to injection molded parts for mid-range production runs.

SLA is a similar process, but uses a liquid resin which is selectively cured, building layer by layer, producing durable, high-resolution prototypes with some end-use applications. Available in several materials from black to clear, including some specialty materials – ask us for details.

Build Envelope: 145 × 145 × 175 mm

  • 5.7 × 5.7 × 6.9 in


  • 25, 50, 100 um, depending on material

  • (0.001, 0.002, 0.004 inches)

Materials Available:

  • Clear, Black, Grey, White and several specialty materials – ask us for details.

Machine Tolerances:

  • Varies by material and mass, generally 100um per build (+/- .003”)

Fused Deposition Modeling is typically the starting point of concept proofs and provides the “rough draft” of the parts to kick off the prototyping process. With a range of layer heights and customizable infill, FDM is the most cost-effective method, however surface finish is not the object. Use FDM to get your idea from your head into your hand and push your designs to the next level.

Build Envelope:

  • 254 x 254 x 305 mm

  • 10 x 10 x 12 in


  • 254 micron, variable with nozzle size and infill settings

Machine Tolerances:

  • +/- .005”

Materials Available:

  • True ABS, Ultem, Polycarbonate, multiple composites and colors

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