This infographic highlights the benefits of polymer AM for applications in the robotics industry.
This infographic outlines some considerations and the 5 basic principles for ensuring a successful design to production programme with Carbon DLS Additive Manufacturing. Click on the orange button to download it.
Paragon Rapid Technologies offers 13 resins for part production using its Carbon Digital Light Synthesis technology. Part feature sizes will differ depending upon your chosen material.
Paragon Rapid Technologies offers 13 production resins and 1 prototyping resin (not listed here) for part production using its Carbon Digital Light Synthesis technology.
Paragon Rapid Technologies offers a portfolio of standard textures for additive manufacturing processes. Simply choose your texture and stipulate which faces require the application. Our design engineers will do the rest.
We're pleased to announce that Jim Ashby has been appointed Applications Development Manager for the South. The appointment comes as part of the company’s strategy to deliver tailored, industry-specific solutions to its customers.
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RIM, or Reaction Injection Moulding, is a low volume manufacturing process used to produce high-strength, lightweight, and complex parts made of polyurethane or other thermosetting polymers. Commonly associated with the automotive industry; but it can be very useful for manufacturing parts for other sectors, too.
My name is Megan and I am proud to have successfully completed an apprenticeship in Engineering Operations at Paragon Rapid Technologies. The apprenticeship was conducted in collaboration with City and Guilds through Middlesbrough College.
Involving the use of silicone moulds and polyurethane resins, vacuum casting offers several advantages for industrial product manufacturing, including the ability to produce complex and highly detailed parts; a wide range of material options; cost-effectiveness for low-volume production; and relatively short lead times compared to traditional manufacturing methods.