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Your partner in

Additive Manufacturing

Collaboration opportunities for the

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Tempus 3D uses advanced 3D printing technology to support Canadian businesses in meeting their product development and manufacturing goals. 

 

Tempus' primary printing technology is HP's Multi Jet Fusion 5200 which produces robust, high quality end-use plastic parts with significantly lower costs and greater design freedom than conventional manufacturing processes allow. 

Our team is dedicated to meeting our partners' unique production needs with the highest level of service and a consistently superior product, leveraging the latest technology and making the process as easy as possible.

You can learn more about Tempus 3D at www.tempus3d.com, or you can contact us to discuss options. 

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Why work with Tempus?

Local manufacturing 

  • Tempus 3D is located in southern British Columbia, centrally located for quick shipment and personalized service for Canadian customers. 

 

Online quotes and ordering

  • Compare prices and order online quickly and easily with our instant online quote and ordering system. 

Cost-effective

  • Tempus offers competitive rates in comparison to the North American market.

  • 3D printing is substantially less expensive than injection molding for small-to-medium production runs, with greater design freedom and quicker production time.

Rapid delivery

  • Receive your parts quickly with parts produced in as little as 5 business days and expedited shipping options.

Next-generation 3D printing technology

  • the HP Multi Jet Fusion printer uses Powder Bed Fusion technology, which allows for greater level of detail, consistency, and strength than other 3D print technology while minimizing cost per part and material wastage. 

Quality Assurance

  • Tempus follows strict  production processes and quality inspection procedures to ensure your parts always meet our high standards for quality.

Certification

  • Tempus is HP certified to ensure parts are designed and produced optimally for this specific printing process.

IP protection

  • Tempus takes IP protection seriously, with data security protection measures and confidentiality agreements with staff and production partners.

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Why choose 3D printing?

Cost

  • Printing with Multi Jet Fusion is significantly cheaper than injection molding for low-to -mid-volume production runs, while allowing for on-the-fly design changes or mass customization.

  • Printing with MJF technology usually cost as much as or less than 3D printers capable of producing consumer-ready parts, with higher quality and more consistent results.

 

Rapid prototyping

  • Print multiple design options at once, or print rapid iterations of the same design.

Rapid production

  • If you are producing more than a few parts, 3D printing with Multi Jet Fusion technology is faster than any other 3D printing or traditional manufacturing process. Parts can be produced and ready for shipping within days.

Single step manufacture

  • Complex parts can be built in a single step, with no interaction from the machine operator during the build phase. Most parts require a large number of manufacturing steps to be produced by traditional technologies.

Complexity and design freedom

  • The 3D printing process allows greater design freedom and requires less manufacturing steps than other manufacturing processes, such as CNC machining or injection molding. This results in significant savings in time to produce and cost per part.

 

Customization

  • 3D printing allows for complete customization of design, which has made it increasingly popular in the medical industry to manufacture items such as custom prosthetics, implants, and dental aids or to manufacture performance sporting gear to fit an athelete perfectly.

Sustainability

  • Multi Jet Fusion technology has minimal waste compared to mot other manufacturing methods, with up to 80% reusability of the leftover printing materials. 

  • Local manufacturing saves the environmental cost of shipping raw materials and end products long distances.

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Additional Materials
Composite 
(Markforged technology)
  • Carbon, Fiberglass & Kevlar

  • Extremely strong, lightweight parts

  • Max accuracy: 0.4 mm

  • Max build volume: 320 x 132 x 154 mm

ABS 
(FDM technology)
  • Suitable for prototyping

  • Good mechanical properties 

  • Max Accuracy: 0.4mm

  • Max Build Size: 500 x 500 x 500 mm

Resin

(SLA technology)

  • Suitable for visual applications 

  • Tolerances of ±0.5% with a lower limit of ± 0.15 mm

  • Max build volume 145 × 145 × 175 mm

HP Multi Jet Fusion 5200

Superior technology, superior results

Tempus 3D leverages the HP Multi Jet Fusion 5200 because it is specifically designed for the

production environment and outperforms the competition in terms of cost, level of detail, speed of production, and overall quality of the end result.

  • Tolerances down to +/- 0.3% (lower limit +/- 0.3 mm)

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  • High quality, robust plastic parts

  • Best-in-class economics and productivity

  • Fully functional prototypes

  • Engineering grade parts and consumer ready products

  • economically print 1-10,000+ parts

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examples

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Additive manufacturing of plastic parts is a more cost-effective option than injection molding for production of up to hundreds, or even thousands, of parts. This advantage increases as the design of the part becomes more complex.

If you are interested in exploring opportunities for collaboration, please contact  us:

Robert Bleier, CEO   -    robert@tempus3d.com    -    1-708-456-5268