The combination of sand as a sustainable material with the latest 3D printing technology revolutionizes the production of various applications like art and design objects.

 
Unser Material

"We love the fact that all of our products have a rough surface. This keeps the sand character alive and reminds us of the natural origin of the material.”

Laurens Faure,
CEO & Founder

Sand as a material.

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SH - F01

Precision:
Grain size:
140 μm
Layer height:
280 μm
Density:
1.4 g/cm3

SH - F03

Precision:
Grain size:
180 μm
Layer height:
360 μm
Density:
1.4 g/cm3
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SH - P14

Precision:
Grain size:
150 μm
Layer height:
300 μm
Density:
1.4 g/cm3
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SH - C053

Precision:
Grain size:
130 μm
Layer height:
260 μm
Density:
1.8 g/cm3
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“Our 3D printing technology enables us to combine high-quality design with unlimited technical and aesthetic possibilities.”

Carlos del Castillo,
Head of Design

 

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Zeichnung des Binder-Jetting-Verfahrens - Schritt 1

Binder jetting is an additive manufacturing process in which a liquid binder is selectively applied to bond powder particles.

2

Zeichnung des Binder-Jetting-Verfahrens - Schritt 2

Material layers are then connected to an object.

 

The print head allows binders to be strategically applied to the powder.

3

Zeichnung des Binder-Jetting-Verfahrens - Schritt 3

The job box lowers and another layer of powder is then spread and binders are added.

Over time, the object builds up through the layering of powder and binder.

 

How
we work

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