3D printers
Leading solutions for additive manufacturing market
Leading solutions for additive manufacturing market
Leading solutions for additive manufacturing market

Technologies

The combinations proposed between materials and technologies are innumerable. Our aim is to guide the customer through a personalized evaluation of the characteristics that best suit his needs.

Our sales team carries out feasibility analysis, management and optimization of the Customer’s 3D CAD files. The production of test samples, thanks to the numerous printers present in our ShowRoom, is the next step that allows You to touch what was just an idea until recently.

3D SAF Printers

with polymer powder casting technology

Origin 3D Printers

with photopolymers for the production of final parts

FDM 3D Printers

with high performance thermoplastic materials

Polyjet 3D Printers

with photopolymers for product simulation

SLM 3d Printers

Selective laser fusion of metallic powders

SAF Selective Absorption Fusion ™ is a new industrial-class additive manufacturing technology based on the use of powders. Specifically designed to meet high-volume production needs for final part fabrication, it is the optimal choice for scale production of additively fabricated parts.

3D printers with SAF technology are able to guarantee the precision, repeatability and process control requirements essential for homogeneous production, with competitive costs per piece.

The exclusive Big Wave ™ heat management and dust deposition system guarantee piece homogeneity throughout the manufacturing cycle, ensuring reproducible quality of the most complex details, flat surfaces, as well as parts, print after print large. You can also choose to reuse all unfused powder, reducing material costs and significantly reducing unit cost as well. In addition, You can produce parts with smooth, smooth surfaces for a wide range of applications.

Overmach is a Reseller of Stratasys H Series ™ 3D Printers.

H350

3D SAF
Printing Area: 315 x 208 x 293 mm
Material: PA11

The programmable light curing process (P3) combines high performance with incredible accuracy. Origin One printers can produce end-use equipment and parts with surface characteristics and quality comparable to injection molding, while still taking advantage of the design potential offered by additive manufacturing even for complex geometries.

This technology combines precision, consistency, size and minute details with the use of a wide range of industrial grade resins, distinguishing itself from other additive technologies. Choose from a wide range of one-component commercial photopolymers, developed and validated for Origin One. The resins are designed to be easily handled and quickly post-processed, with a long shelf life.

Smooth, beautiful surface quality without need of additional finishing, sanding, painting or machining. An optimized build volume, compact footprint and minimal power requirements allow manufacturers to efficiently maximize production capacity.

Overmach is a reseller of Stratasys Origin One™ 3D printers.

Origin

3D P3
Printing area: 192 x 108 x 370 mm
Materials: 10 industrial quality resins

The FDM® (Fused Deposition Modeling) technology, invented by Stratasys which holds the major patents, uses thermoplastic material to create robust and dimensionally stable parts. This technology is ideal for making functional prototypes, production parts and equipment.

Stratasys FDM® systems use a variety of reference thermoplastics such as ABS, ASA, PC-ABS, NYLON12, NYLON6, ULTEM 9085, ULTEM 1010 and carbon filled NYLON. Among the available materials it is possible to find characteristics of bio-compatibility, self-extinguishing (FST) and electrostatic dissipation (ESD7).

This technology finds its maximum expression in aerospace, medical, automotive, electronics sectors and in all those applications where the mechanical properties of materials are fundamental. The Stratasys FDM® range offers both desktop office machines and machines with large work chambers up to 900 x 600 x 900 mm. Overmach is a reseller of Stratasys 3D printers, Desktop series, F123 and Fortus.

Makerbot

3D FDM
Printing area: 190 x 190 x 196 mm
Materials: PLA, ASA, ABS, TOUGH, PETG, NYLON CF, PC-ABS, PC-ABS FR
Models: METHOD, METHOD X

F123 Series

3D FDM
Printing Area: 356 x 254 x 356 mm
Materials: PLA, ABS, ABS-CF10, ABS-ESD7, ASA, PC-ABS, TPU, Diran
Models: F170, F270, F370, F770

Fortus series

3D FDM
Printing Area: 914 x 610 x 914 mm
Materials: high performance thermoplastics
Models: Fortus 450, F900

Polyjet technology uses photopolymer resins that allow you to create parts and prototypes with very high quality surfaces and refined details. With a layer resolution of up to 14μ and an accuracy level of up to 0.1mm, thin walls and complex geometries can be produced to create ever more realistic prototypes or production parts.

It is possible to make components in opaque or semi-transparent rigid material but also in rubber-like material with different hardness. Stratasys polyjet technology finds its maximum expression in the creation of multi-material and multicolored details.

Polyjet 3D printers help speed up the product development cycle, preserve intellectual property and drastically reduce R&D costs. Overmach is a reseller of Stratasys 3D printers Objet Desktop series, Connex, J series and systems dedicated to the dental sector.

Desktop series

3D POLYJET
Printing Area: 294 x 192 x 148 mm
Materials: resins in different colors
Models: Objet 30 pro, Objet 30 prime

J Series

3D POLYJET
Printing Area: 500 x 400 x 200 mm
Materials: resins in various combinations for digital materials
Models: J35 pro, J55 prime, J826 prime, J850 pro, J850 prime

Dental series/Medical

3D POLYJET
Printing Area: 490 x 390 x 200 mm
Materials: BIO-compatible resins
Models: Objet 30 Dental Prime, J5 DentaJet, J700 Dental Selction, J720 Dental, J5 Medijet, J850 Digital Anatomy

SLM selective metal powder laser melting technology uses a high-power laser, which allows you to create parts and prototypes with extremely fine layer resolution (20-80 μ layer).

It can be used to create functional prototypes but above all highly complex production pieces that cannot be made with traditional techniques and with excellent mechanical characteristics and a high degree of finishing. The most used metal alloys are steel, stainless steel, cobalt-chromium, aluminum, titanium and nickel-based alloys. The objects can then be subjected to finishing operations like any metal product or object. Overmach markets the SLM 125, 280, 280 PRODUCTION, 500 and 800 systems.

SLM 125

3D SLM
Printing Area: 125 x 125 x 125 mm
Laser sintering of metal powders

SLM 280

3D SLM
Printing Area: 280 x 280 x 365 mm
Laser sintering of metal powders

SLM 500

3D SLM
Printing Area: 500 x 280 x 365 mm
Laser sintering of metal powders

The Overmach Additive Division

2004

Overmach Prototipazione is an Overmach Group Division founded in 2004 that guides the customer throughout the world of 3D printing. Historical reseller of Stratasys 3D printers with polyjet technology, previously marketed under the Objet brand, the Prototyping Division has always been careful to give market-leading solutions for additive manufacturing by expanding the offer with FDM technology, invented over twenty years ago by Stratasys founder – Scott Crump.

2016

The division begins marketing Selective Laser Melting technology with SLM Solutions brand – a leader in the metal additive manufacturing sector.

Sectors

3D printing can help You think faster, be more innovative and broaden Your horizons. Discover all the sectors in which it is useful to:

AEROSPACE AND DEFENSE
ARCHITECTURE
AUTOMOTIVE
COMMERCIAL PRODUCTS
CONSUMER PRODUCTS
INSTRUCTION
DENTAL MEDICAL

Warehouse

A complete stock of printing materials guarantees our customers a prompt delivery supply to constantly cover production, allowing the creation of the pieces without waiting. We ship throughout Italy within 24 hours from receiving orders. We have selected the best logistics partners, able to guarantee our customers with the most efficient and reliable service enabling us to trace the package from departure from our warehouse to the final delivery.

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Attrezzatura di serraggio in stampa 3D per fresatura su centro di lavoro

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Quando in fase di produzione la convenienza incontra la qualità, i risultati parlano da soli.
Scopri nel video come la possibilità di stampare in 3D un inserto speciale di presa pezzo in Nylon 12CF consenta di ridurre drasticamente i tempi di attrezzaggio delle macchine utensili.
Parametri di taglio e lavorazione utilizzati:

  • sgrossatura e spianatura con fresa a inserti Ø50 Sandvik R390-050Q22LW-11M 630Mt/min Fz 0.4
  • apertura isole e cave con fresa a candela Ø10 Sandvik 1P222-1000-XA 251Mt/min Fz0.05
  • ripresa raggi e smussatura con fresa semisferica Ø6 OSG R 3×6 CAP-EBD 150Mt/min Fz0.125

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3D printed clamping equipment for milling on the machining center In production,

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when convenience meets quality, the results tell everything.
Discover in the video how the 3D printing production of a special gripping insert in Nylon 12CF enables to drastically reduce tooling times of machine tools.
Cutting and processing parameters used:

  • roughing and face milling with insert cutter Ø50 Sandvik R390-050Q22LW-11M 630Mt / min Fz 0.4
  • opening of islands and slots with end mill Ø10 Sandvik 1P222-1000-XA 251Mt / min Fz0.05
  • radius recovery and chamfering with hemispherical cutter Ø6 OSG R 3 × 6 CAP-EBD 150Mt / min Fz0.125