"Our goal is to deliver the highest quality prototypes according to your schedule."

ABEN provides components in prototype and low volume production quantities. We specialise in the Additive Manufacturing technologies of Stereolithography and Selective Laser Sintering. We also provide parts from metals and plastics which have been produced using CNC machining. The quickest way to obtain a quote is via our on-line quoting system, which not only offers a fast service, but all online quotes are discounted

Stereolithography

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If accuracy and precision is of more concern, stereolithography may be the preferred option. We offer parts made from the latest range of DSM SOMOS resins. Parts are available in a wide range of finishes.

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Selective Laser Sintering

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For those concerned with the strength of their components, we have a fleet of SPLS machines and are happy to supply a single part, or low volume production. We manufacture in PA12, PA12GF, and can supply parts in PA12 with specialist additives such as graphene.

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Vacuum Casting

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If you require a short run of 10 or 20 parts, to a production standard and with minimum capital costs then this may be the technology you require. Polyurethane components are vacuum cast from silicone tools which are themselves made from AM master patterns. The parts can have a variety of Shore hardnesses, colours and transparencies.

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CNC machining

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Sometimes only the intended production material will do. Aben can supply CNC machined parts from your CAD in a wide range of polymer and non-ferrous materials. For more information on this service, including the tolerances we work to, and the range of materials available please follow the link below.

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Investment Casting

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Investment casting is a well know and controlled process which can produce parts in a wide variety of metals. A sacrificial pattern, normally made from wax’ is used and is covered in a ceramic shell which is fired, hardening the shell and burning out the core. Whilst the shell is still hot, molten metal is poured into the shell. The metal cools and the shell can be removed leaving a copy of the original pattern. Using advanced AL techniques, Aben can produce patterns in prototype volumes, enabling metal parts to be produced easily and quickly, without the need for expensive tooling.

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