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In the rapidly evolving world of technology, 3D printing has emerged as a game-changer across various industries. Its impact on architecture, engineering, medicine, and manufacturing has been nothing short of revolutionary. In the heart of innovation, Ultratec3d stands as a leading 3D printing service provider, offering cutting-edge solutions to clients in Dubai and Saudi Arabia. With a commitment to excellence and a passion for pushing the boundaries of possibilities, Ultratec3d continues to redefine the future of 3D printing in the region.

A sleek blue and red racing car from the Abu Dhabi Autonomous Racing League

OUR SERVICES

FEATURED PROJECTS

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FORMULA 1 CAR - LIFE SIZE I GITE

The 3d-printed Formula 1 car boasts an exceptionally realistic appearance, high quality finishing paintwork and the use of premium-quality materials.

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AT.MOSPHERE RESTUARANT SIGNAGES

Atmosphere restaurant renovation with artistic signages including treasure scenes & functional rotatingplants gear system - Burj Khalifa - Level 122

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AL THURAYA / KSA - CITYSCAPE

A prototype of Alma City has been constructed using 3D-printed miniature architectural structures displayed on an LED screen, Wchich is utilized for navigation and showcasing graphics.

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INDUSTRIAL COMPRESSOR PACKAGE SCALED MODEL ADIPEC

A 3D-printed Industrial compressor module is meticulously crafted, featuring Intricate component displays and a superior level of finishing quality. Also, supplying the lights and the stand.

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DEMONSTRATION MODEL OF WELBORE WATER JET CLEAN UP

Product Development and production of a Demonstration model for a wellbore water jet clean-up product that...

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HIGH PRESSURE COMPRESSOR I ADIPEC

We performed full functional realistic reverse engineering for the actuall block and 3d printed the mechanical assembly in life-size with lights and motion integration.

OUR TECHNOLOGIES

Ultratec3d specializes in architectural model making, allowing architects and real estate developers to bring their visions to life. Our 3D printing technology accurately reproduces every detail, enabling clients to showcase their designs with exceptional realism.

Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) is a 3D pricing technology that builds objects layer by layer by extruding thermoplastic material through a heated nozzle. Advantages of FDM printing include cost-effectiveness, ease of use, and the ability to create complex geometries. It is widely used for rapid prototyping and manufacturing functional parts in various industries

FDM Printing

Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) is a 3D pricing technology that builds objects layer by layer by extruding thermoplastic material through a heated nozzle. Advantages of FDM printing include cost-effectiveness, ease of use, and the ability to create complex geometries. It is widely used for rapid prototyping and manufacturing functional parts in various industries

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Stereolithography (SLA) is a 3D printing technology that uses a liquid resin cured by ultraviolet (UV) light to build objects layer by layer. SLA offers high precision, smooth surface finishes, and is suitable for producing detailed and intricate parts. It is commonly utilized in applications such as prototyping, jewellery making, and dental modelling due to its ability to create highly accurate and intricate structures.

SLA Printing

Stereolithography (SLA) is a 3D printing technology that uses a liquid resin cured by ultraviolet (UV) light to build objects layer by layer. SLA offers high precision, smooth surface finishes, and is suitable for producing detailed and intricate parts. It is commonly utilized in applications such as prototyping, jewellery making, and dental modelling due to its ability to create highly accurate and intricate structures.

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Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is a 3D printing technology that uses a laser to sinter (fuse) powdered material, typically nylon or other polymers, layer by layer, to create threedimensional objects. Unlike other techniques, SLS does not require support structures during printing, as the unsintered powder acts as a natural support. This technology is known for its ability to produce complex and durable parts with high strength and heat resistance, making it suitable for functional prototypes and end-use production in various industries, including aerospace and automotive.

SLS Printing

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is a 3D printing technology that uses a laser to sinter (fuse) powdered material, typically nylon or other polymers, layer by layer, to create threedimensional objects. Unlike other techniques, SLS does not require support structures during printing, as the unsintered powder acts as a natural support. This technology is known for its ability to produce complex and durable parts with high strength and heat resistance, making it suitable for functional prototypes and end-use production in various industries, including aerospace and automotive.

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Color Jet 3D printing, often associated with technologies like HP Multi Jet Fusion, utilizes a powdered material, typically polymers, and selectively applies a liquid binder and colored agents layer by layer to create full-color objects. It allows for the simultaneous incorporation of multiple colors in a single print job, resulting in visually appealing and vibrant 3D printed models. This technology is widely used in applications requiring intricate and colorful prototypes, architectural models, and customized consumer products.

Color Jet 3D Printing

Color Jet 3D printing, often associated with technologies like HP Multi Jet Fusion, utilizes a powdered material, typically polymers, and selectively applies a liquid binder and colored agents layer by layer to create full-color objects. It allows for the simultaneous incorporation of multiple colors in a single print job, resulting in visually appealing and vibrant 3D printed models. This technology is widely used in applications requiring intricate and colorful prototypes, architectural models, and customized consumer products.

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Laser engraving is a technique that uses a focused laser beam to etch, mark, or cut materials such as wood, metal, glass, or plastic. The laser removes or alters the surface layer of the material to create precise and detailed designs, text, or paƩerns. This process is commonly employed in various industries, including signage, jewelry, and electronics, for its precision, speed, and versatility in producing intricate and permanent markings on a wide range of materials.

Laser Engraving

Laser engraving is a technique that uses a focused laser beam to etch, mark, or cut materials such as wood, metal, glass, or plastic. The laser removes or alters the surface layer of the material to create precise and detailed designs, text, or paƩerns. This process is commonly employed in various industries, including signage, jewelry, and electronics, for its precision, speed, and versatility in producing intricate and permanent markings on a wide range of materials.

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HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is a 3D printing technology developed by HewleƩ-Packard (HP). In MJF, a powdered material, typically a nylon-based polymer, is selectively fused using thermal energy and a liquid agent. The process involves both fusing and detailing agents, allowing for precise control over the properties of each printed layer. HP MJF is known for its ability to produce functional prototypes and end-use parts with high speed, accuracy, and the capability to integrate multimaterial and full-color capabilities in certain models. It is widely used in industries such as manufacturing, automotive, and aerospace for rapid prototyping and production applications.

Hp MJF

HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) is a 3D printing technology developed by HewleƩ-Packard (HP). In MJF, a powdered material, typically a nylon-based polymer, is selectively fused using thermal energy and a liquid agent. The process involves both fusing and detailing agents, allowing for precise control over the properties of each printed layer. HP MJF is known for its ability to produce functional prototypes and end-use parts with high speed, accuracy, and the capability to integrate multimaterial and full-color capabilities in certain models. It is widely used in industries such as manufacturing, automotive, and aerospace for rapid prototyping and production applications.

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What our customers say

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Malesh Ponnusamy

Malesh Ponnusamy

The solution provided by Ultratec for a tight job was very interesting. They delivered as per the schedule with out any delys. They were innovative and proactive in coming up with a solution and to make the project possible. Overall, a great team to work with ! Malesh Ponnusamy, David and William Adcertising.

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Alan Alfaro

Alan Alfaro

Quality and good service. The teamm really did an amazing job and met our expected output with efficiency in delivery and quality. I definitely recommend them in all your 3D printing project. Kudos to the team!

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Glitch

Glitch

It was a gerat opportunity and a successful experience to deal with your company With such capabilities and a specialized team. I wish everyone continued excellence and sussesss always forward

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