QuickCast vs QuickCast Diamond

  QuickCast® Hex QuickCast® Diamond
Description

QuickCast Hex build style consists of a hollow SLA pattern with an internal hexagonal honeycomb-like support structure. Quickcast is available with all current and legacy 3D Systems' printers.

The QuickCast Diamond is a new build style consists of a hollow SLA pattern with an internal diamond lattice support structure. QuickCast Diamond is available with 3D Systems’ current generation SLA printers and 3D Sprint PRO additive manufacturing software.

 

 

Benefits

  • Hollow build style reduces the amount of material to burn out.

  • Capable of producing large assemblies.

  • Rapid production compared to traditional tooling.

  • Provides invaluable shrink and gating information prior to hard tooling.

  • High dimensional stability.

  • Create complex master patterns in hours instead of days/weeks at a fraction of the cost of traditional tooling.

  • Hollow build style reduces the amount of material to burn out.

  • Capable of producing large assemblies.

  • Rapid production compared to traditional tooling.

  • Provides invaluable shrink and gating information prior to hard tooling.

  • High dimensional stability.

  • Create complex master patterns in hours instead of days/weeks at a fraction of the cost of traditional tooling.

  • Up to 30% lighter parts.

  • Up to 20% faster print times.

  • Consistent part strength across X,Y, Z geometries throughout casting.

  • Increase print yield through adaptive lattice structures.

  • Easily add drains and vents to any surface in 3D Sprint