BE PART OF THE 3D PRINTING REVOLUTION SPILLING OVER TO THE WORLD OF HIGH TECH COMPOSITES

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Experience the freedom of creating parts stronger than aluminium.

3d printing of parts enables rapid iteration going back and forth between the design phase and the manufacturing phase of machine parts.

Composite manufacturing on the other hand results in very strong, lightweight and durable parts, but requires a lengthy process of manual layup, or much preparation of molds for the prepreg and the vacuum infusion processes.

Fiber Printing offers a middle ground between 3d printing and classical composite manufacturing. Using the best of both worlds we aim to achieve a very fast turnover from the design to the first prototype all the while producing Formula 1 car part strengths.

 We specialize in cutting edge design to provide our clients breathtaking modern solutions to their structural needs. There is no client too large or too small for us. At Swifty, we believe that beautiful solutions should be available to any and every client, regardless of their budget.

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The workflow

Before taking on a design job, we evaluate your goals, needs and constraints, and see how we could help. After taking on an assignment, we sketch the product by hand and consult you. We then go for the design of the first prototype. If the strength of the part is critical, we estimate the mechanical properties by running finite elements simulations.

Once you are satisfied with the first iteration, we produce the part in house by 3d printing and vacuum infusing it using glass, aramid or carbon continuous fibers.

According to your requirements, at this point we can either test the part to failure, test it to specifications and /or ship it to you.

We will be eager to hear your opinion, satisfaction and concerns to go for the second iteration if needed.

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Design, structural analysis, rapid prototyping of aesthetic and structural parts specifically for SLS and FDM 3D printed parts reinforced with continuous fibers using wet laying, prepreg or vacuum infusion lamination processes.