Oscar Klassen, CEO
In the Star Trek television show, a molecular synthesizer—resembling modern-day 3D printers—was showcased, re-imagining the ever-promising additive manufacturing techniques conceptualized by humans at that period. Modern 3D printers offer similar avenues of manufacturing with indefinite variations in dimensional accuracy, surface finish, and sophisticated machining capabilities. Moreover, a majority of 3D printing service providers are obsessed with the turnaround time, which might interfere with the overall quality of the finished product. Resolving such nuances, JawsTec’s 3D printing services ensure that every designed part is impeccably aligned with the customer needs and the industry standards, transforming a concept from ideation to manifestation.
JawsTec offers a tightly focused professional service, specializing in 3D printing of nylon and CNC-machining of metal-alloys. “One of our biggest selling points is that we offer a quote based on the customer’s CAD design,” says Oscar Klassen, the CEO of JawsTec. As soon as customers decide the CAD design, the blueprint model is printed using a network of 3D printers at the company’s in-house machine shop. JawsTec utilizes industrial- grade printing technology to fabricate metal and plastic materials, layer by layer, ultimately forming the finished part.
Right now the average shipping time for a typical 3D printing service ranges between seven to eight days, but JawsTec can accomplish the same in just two days
“To stay ahead of the game, we are starting to offer ceramic paint for coating, that is resistant to scratches, UV rays, and corrosive chemicals,” adds Klassen. Besides, the JawsTec team ensures that the parts delivered to a customer pass through natural cooling, sandblasting, dyeing, and similar finishing and post-processing operations, in accordance with customer needs.
“Right now, the average shipping time for a typical 3D printing service ranges between seven to eight days, but JawsTec can accomplish the same in just two days,” points out Klassen. JawsTec’s printing services are powered by cutting edge nylon 3D printers, including two HP MJF 4210s and an EOS P396 3D printer—both operating on PA 12 Nylon materials that have excellent chemical resistance to oils, greases, aliphatic hydrocarbons, and alkalis. This engineering-grade thermoplastic produces high-density parts with extreme dimensional accuracy and fine detail for functional prototyping and finishing operations.
Likewise, JawsTec is highly experienced in ‘printing’ drone-parts and Raspberry Pi cases, thereby assisting various individuals and companies to custom manufacture drone parts, starting from designing to finishing operations. Additionally, JawsTec offers services related to Stereolithography (SLA) – an excellent option for printing parts that will ultimately be painted or coated. With both large-format and high-resolution SLA equipment, JawsTec can build parts virtually overnight from CAD data, while offering a wide variety of resins to suit the rapid prototyping needs.
One unique case in which JawstTec’s 3D printing services were proved to be efficient involved shipping a large number of parts in two days’ notice. Despite the time-consuming nature of 3D printing workflows, JawsTec delivered high-precision, industry-grade components within the stipulated time, thereby introducing their clients to the wonders of additive manufacturing.
Expansion of business based on the potential of 3D printing could further drive other industries and innovations forward.’ Abiding by this philosophy, JawsTec plans to expand its technological arsenal by leveraging the latest EOS P400 printer, effectively helping the next generation of entrepreneurs, scientists, engineers, teachers, and designers to harness the true potential of 3D printing. Similarly, the company plans to introduce P11 thermoplastic—known for producing strong, ductile, and functional characteristics—to help projects and ideas become tangible 3D models.