At Vima3ya, we beleive in Innovation and Invention is the piece of work, for the typical modern era.

  • Mass Customisation - More designs at a single go
  • Sustatainable / environmentally friendly and Lead time reduction
  • Design complex parts without adding cost
  • Round about design limitation found in conventional manufacturing process.

Why do we need 3D Printing?

We believe in giving our clients pure quality experience, hence we have imported the state of the art machines, from the leaders in the industry.

The term 3D Printing covers a host of processes and technologies that offer a wide range of capabilities for production of parts and products in the host of different materials. Essentially, what all the processes and technology in 3D printing  have in common is the manner in which production process  of the desired part is carried out -layer by layer be it in SLS, FDM or simply put additive manufacturing  - which is in contrast to the  to traditional methods  which is production involving subtractive methods or moulding/casting processes, Application of 3D printing are emerging almost by the day, and as this technology continues to penetrate more widely and deeply across industrial, makers, medical consumers sectors this is only set to increase, as of today we are only beginning to see the true potential of 3D printing,

3D Printing utilizing the extrusion of thermoplastic material deposited layer over layer  is easily the most common and recognizable process. The most popular name for the process is Fused Deposition Model (FDM), Due to its longevity and reliability of parts so produced, The process works by melting plastic filament that is deposited, via a heated extruder, a layer at a time, onto build platform according to the 3D data supplied to the printer, Each layer hardens as it is laid over prequel layer and bonds to the previous layer.

2012 was the year that alternative 3D printing processes were introduced at the entry level of the market. The B9Creator (utilizing DLP technology) came first in June, followed by the Form 1 (utilizing stereolithography) in December. Both were launched via the funding site Kickstarter — and both enjoyed huge success.

As a result of the market divergence, significant advances at the industrial level with capabilities and applications, the dramatic increase in awareness and uptake across a growing maker movement, 2012 was also the year that many different mainstream media channels picked up on the technology. 2013 was a year of significant growth and consolidation.