Unleash the Power of Creation: 3D Printing Technologies at Metamorph

Design Without Limits: Explore the Possibilities of 3D Printing with Metamorph

3D printing is revolutionizing the way we design, prototype, and produce. At Metamorph, we offer a comprehensive range of 3D printing technologies to cater to your specific needs and project requirements.


FDM, or Fused Deposition Modeling, is the most widely used 3D printing technology. It’s known for its simplicity, affordability, and versatility, making it a popular choice for rapid prototyping, functional parts, and even some creative applications.

Applications of FDM 3D Printing

Materials Used in FDM Printing


CFR, or Continuous Fiber Reinforcement, is an advanced 3D printing technology that takes FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) to a whole new level. While FDM uses plastic filament, CFR integrates continuous strands of high-strength fibers into the printing process, significantly enhancing the mechanical properties of the final product.

Applications of CFR 3D Printing

Materials Used in CFR 3D Printing


FFF, or Fused Filament Fabrication (also known as FDM – Fused Deposition Modeling), is one of the most popular and widely used 3D printing technologies. It offers a balance of affordability, ease of use, and versatility, making it accessible to hobbyists, designers, and even small-scale manufacturers.

Applications of FFF 3D Printing

Materials Used in FFF Printing

Metal FFF

Metal Fused Filament Fabrication (Metal FFF), also known as binder jetting with metal sintering, is a 3D printing technology that bridges the gap between traditional prototyping and metal part production. It offers a unique combination of affordability, design freedom, and the ability to create functional metal objects.

Applications of Metal FFF Printing

Materials Used in Metal FFF Printing


DLP, or Digital Light Processing, is a 3D printing technology known for its exceptional precision and ability to produce highly detailed objects. It utilizes a light projector and a photosensitive resin to create intricate models layer by layer, making it ideal for applications like prototyping, jewelry creation, and dental models.

Applications of DLP 3D Printing

Materials Used in DLP Printing


SLA, or Stereolithography, is one of the oldest and most established 3D printing technologies. It utilizes a laser beam to cure layer-by-layer droplets of photosensitive liquid resin into a solid object, meticulously translating digital models into highly detailed and accurate 3D parts.

Applications of SLA 3D Printing

Materials Used in SLA Printing


MJP, or MultiJet Printing, also known as Material Jetting, is a 3D printing technology that leverages inkjet printing principles to create high-resolution and functional parts. Similar to a 2D inkjet printer, MJP utilizes multiple printheads to jet droplets of photocurable resin or casting wax materials layer by layer, building the desired object with exceptional detail and accuracy.

Applications of MJP 3D Printing

Materials Used in MJP Printing


CJP, or ColorJet Printing, is a 3D printing technology known for its ability to create full-color and multi-material objects. Unlike other technologies that focus on single-material printing, CJP utilizes a two-material approach to build vibrant and functional objects layer by layer.

Applications of CJP 3D Printing

Materials Used in CJP Printing


DED, or Directed Energy Deposition, is a metal additive manufacturing technology that utilizes a focused energy source to melt and deposit metal feedstock material layer by layer, creating complex and functional metal parts. Often referred to as Direct Metal Deposition (DMD), Laser Engineered Net Shaping (LENS), or Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM), DED offers a powerful solution for applications like large-scale metal part production, repair, and complex component creation.

Applications of DED 3D Printing

Materials Used in DED Printing

3D Scanning

3D scanning technology captures the physical dimensions and characteristics of an object to create a digital 3D model. This model can be used for various purposes, from design and prototyping to reverse engineering and quality control.

Applications of 3D Scanning

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