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KARV's On-demand Manufacturing Services

KARV Automation is an innovative company offering on-demand Industry 4.0 3D designing and additive manufacturing solutions. We provide robust industry and customer-centric services to help you take the lead in this modern disruption. Our sheer aim is to help our clients to tackle their complex design and manufacturing challenges they face every day. From designing to manufacturing, validation and marketing, we have got you covered.

Our in-house workshops worldwide are equipped with modern equipment, and we offer both on-shore and off-shore on-demand manufacturing services. Get started with robust, rapid prototyping and pace-up your manufacturing with us.

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3D Printing Technology We Use at KARV Automation

KARV automation brings in the entire range of 3d printing solutions to cater to your all requirements. Following are some of the popular 3d printing technologies:

FDM 3D Printing

Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM)

The additive manufacturing technique known as fused deposition modeling (FDM) is well-known for its efficiency, precision, and affordability. To manufacture an end-product, FDM machines accurately extrude melted material, and FDM-based parts can be produced in just one day. Of all the 3D printing processes, FDM offers the widest array of colors and production-grade thermoplastics. Materials can be heat-resistant ULTEM, high-performance polycarbonate, or general-purpose ABS or ASA.

Polyjet 3D Printing

PolyJet Printing

An industrial 3D printing technology called PolyJet can create complicated parts with sophisticated geometries and multi-material models with dynamic features in one day. There are different hardnesses that are suitable for parts with elastomeric properties, including gaskets, seals, and enclosures. Small droplets of fluid photopolymer solution are blasted onto a construction platform by several jets during the jetting process used by PolyJet, where they cure in layers to create elastomeric parts.

SLS 3D Printing

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

A commercial 3D printing technique called selective laser sintering (SLS) may create accurate prototypes and usable production parts in as little as one day. When using the SLS additive manufacturing process, zero support structures are necessary, making it simple to nest many components into a single build and a cost-effective solution for situations requiring higher numbers of 3D-printed parts.


Stereolithography (SLA) 3D Printing

Stereolithography (SLA)

An industrial 3D printing technique called stereolithography (SLA) can produce complicated parts with sophisticated geometry, cosmetic prototypes, concept models in one day. SLA allows for a huge variety of materials, incredibly high detail resolutions, and high-quality surface finishes. Some widely employed SLA printing materials are acuura25, ABS resin plastic, and white soft resin.

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Selective Laser Melting (SLM)

SLM 3D Printing Technology, short for Selective Laser Melting, stands at the forefront of advanced additive manufacturing, revolutionizing the way we bring ideas to life. At its core, SLM employs a high-powered laser to selectively fuse fine metal powders layer by layer, meticulously shaping intricate designs with unprecedented detail and accuracy.


DMLS 3D Printing

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

A completely functional metal prototype & production part can be created using the DMLS method of industrial 3D printing. A variety of metals are used to create finished products that can be used for specific purposes. Metal 3D printing is widely used for developing in production-grade materials, creating complex geometries and functional parts & reducing the number of metal components in an assembly.

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Industries We Serve

Automotive Industry

To satisfy consumer demand for newer and more effective automobiles, the automotive engineering industry must optimize manufacturing, enhance supply chains, incorporate new technologies and modernize logistics systems. KARV’s extensive array of digital manufacturing and IT support services provides a one-stop shop for all of these problems. We’re sure that the efficient services we provide will benefit the automobile industry as a pioneer in smart manufacturing.

Aerospace Industry

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The use of 3D engineering and digital manufacturing services has had the biggest influence on spare part production in the aerospace and aviation industries. KARV helps companies create high-quality, individually customized aerospace parts, and also provides IT support and consultancy services to the aerospace industry. Over the years, leading companies have relied on us for their production, prototyping, and concept 3D printing design requirements.


Industrial digital manufacturing services are profoundly altering the long-established manufacturing industry, from jigs and fixtures to end-of-arm tooling. For instance, now that companies can build specialized, low-volume machinery and fittings for less money, designers and manufacturers have much more time to focus on products that generate revenue. As a pioneer in digital manufacturing and IT services, we can effectively support small, local firms to streamline and speed up production while reducing downtime and time to market rate.


KARV is a leader in supplying top-of-the-line and dependable end-products for mining tasks when it comes to assisting mining equipment manufacture. You can acquire cutting-edge manufacturing and IT consulting services from our qualified team of professionals to obtain amazingly exact mining machinery and IT consultancy. Take advantage of our remarkably fast reaction time to enhance your supply chain management.


In the defense and military industries, utilizing cutting-edge technology like 3D printing, digital manufacturing services, and technology incorporation is nothing new. Throughout the defense industry, it is now possible to make spare parts more swiftly and handle logistics more effectively due to the development and implementation of 3D printing. With the aid of a variety of cutting-edge 3D technologies and IT consulting services, KARV provides customized services to the defense industry that correspond to all international norms and specifications.

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We Offer Complete End-To-End Production Solution for Industry 4.0

  • To help our clients meet Industry 4.0 requirements and thrive online, we cater to them at every development phase. From design to rapid prototyping, manufacturing, post-production, sales &marketing — we execute each step adhering to Industry 4.0 standards.
  • KARV Automation is empowering companies to shape a better today and tomorrow leveraging the true innovation of 3d printing. We are a full-service digital manufacturing company to accelerate your business growth.
  • We believe in empowering every phase of the manufacturing cycle to help you stand apart from others. Transforming from a traditional system to modern disruptive technologies need broad research, strategic planning, and rapid execution. KARV Automation has got everything covered for you.
  • We are here to help, from defining the design to manufacturing the final product and financing it with strategic sales plans. Our robust marketing & sales teams accelerate your products’ reach using lucrative packaging and digital marketing campaigns.
  • We utilize interactive technologies like augmented reality to ensure your product creates a more significant real market impact.
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Why Choose KARV for 3D Printing Services?

One-Stop Solution: We assist our clients at every stage of growth so that they can fulfill Industry 4.0 standards and succeed competitively. Industry 4.0 standards are adhered throughout the entire manufacturing process, from designing to fast prototyping, manufacture, post-production, sales, and marketing.

Wide-ranging Material Support: We provide a wide selection of industrial-grade materials to satisfy all your 3D printing demands. We provide a selection of more than 40 materials, comprising ceramics, metals, and plastics, to cover all bases. We can also provide a specific material without requiring a minimum order quantity.

Worldwide Delivery: Our internal workshops around the world are equipped with state-of-the-art machinery, and we offer both on-site and off-site custom manufacturing services. Additionally, KARV Automation offers digital manufacturing services, such as 3D printing and CNC machining alternatives, to clients all over the world.

Customized/On-Demand Services KARV Automation, a reputable custom 3D printing business, is dedicated to giving its clients access to cutting-edge 3D components and products. KARV Automation is your go-to 3D printing business for all your 3D prototyping needs and provides the most competitively priced, top-notch online 3D printing services worldwide.

Guaranteed Quality: KARV Automation is focused on providing you with all the high-quality 3D printing and other digital manufacturing services that you may require. To guarantee that every single product we produce is of the highest quality, KARV Automation works with a committed team of quality control experts.

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    Using an industrial AM technique called MJF, functioning nylon prototypes & final production parts can be quickly and effectively created. When compared to methods like SLS, final products have better surface finishes, finer feature resolution, and more consistent mechanical characteristics. Numerous Jet Fusion machines selectively spread fusing and texturing agents over a bed of nylon dust, which is fused into a firm functional component by heating elements in thousands of layers.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    3D printing technology, also known as additive manufacturing, is a process of creating 3-dimensional objects from a digital file. The objects are created by additively building up layers of material, one layer at a time. 3D printing is used in many different industries, including medical, dental, automotive, aerospace, and consumer products. Some of the most common uses for 3D printing are creating prototypes, medical implants, and tools.

    There are several different types of 3D printing technology, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. The most common types are FDM (fused deposition modeling), SLA (stereolithography), and SLS (selective laser sintering), polyjet, multijet fusion (MJF), direct metal laser sintering (DMLS). Each type of printer uses a different method to create objects.

    The different steps in 3D printing working process are as follows:
    1. The first step is to create a 3D model of the object that you want to print. This can be done using a CAD software or by scanning an existing object.
    2. Once the 3D model is ready, it needs to be sliced into individual layers. This is done using a slicing software.
    3. The next step is to send the sliced layers to the 3D printer. The printer will then start printing the object layer by layer.
    4. Once the printing is complete, the object needs to be post-processed in order to remove any unwanted supports or rough edges.

    3D printing technology has a number of advantages over traditional manufacturing methods.

    • Perhaps the most significant advantage is the ability to produce complex shapes and geometries that would be impossible to create using traditional methods.
    • It is much faster and easier to produce prototypes and small batches of products using 3D printing, and the technology is constantly improving, making it more accessible and affordable.
    • 3D printing technology is also much faster and less expensive than traditional manufacturing methods, making it an attractive option for prototyping and small-scale production runs.
    • This technology is also very versatile, and can be used to create products made from a wide range of materials.

    With its wide range of applications, 3D printing is revolutionizing the way industries operate. This versatile technology has a wide range of applications in many different industries, including healthcare, aerospace, automotive and so on.

    • In the healthcare industry, 3D printing is used to create custom medical implants and prosthetics.
    • In aerospace, it is used to create prototypes and parts for aircraft and spacecraft.
    • And in the automotive industry, 3D printing is used to create prototype parts and custom car accessories.

    There are a variety of different 3D printing materials that are available on the market today. Some of the most popular materials include PLA, ABS, resin, gold, silver, titanium, ceramics, stainless steel, nylon, etc. Each material has its own unique set of properties that make it ideal for certain applications.

    For example,

    • PLA is a biodegradable plastic that is often used for prototyping or creating models.
    • ABS is a strong, durable plastic that is often used for creating functional parts or products.
    • Nylon is a lightweight, flexible material that is often used for creating prototypes or custom parts.

    Stereolithography (SLA) printers use an ultraviolet (UV) laser to cure liquid resin into solid layers. The UV laser traces the cross-sectional profile of the part layer by layer, curing the resin and bonding the layers together. SLA is the original 3D printing technology and produces very accurate parts with smooth surfaces.

    Selective laser sintering (SLS) uses a laser to fuse together powdered materials to create a three-dimensional object. The powder is spread in a thin layer over the build platform and the laser selectively fuses the powder according to the cross-sectional profile of the part layer by layer. SLS parts are strong and have a wide range of applications.

    FDM is the most common type of 3D printing technology, and it uses an extruder to lay down melted filament, layer by layer, to build up an object. The filament is fed through a heated nozzle that melts it and extrudes it onto the build platform where it.

    Metal 3D printing is an additive manufacturing process of creating three-dimensional metal parts by adding layer upon layer of metal powder or metal filament one at a time and bonding them together with heat or an adhesive.

    There are many reasons to choose metal 3D printing over other manufacturing methods.

    • This can save time and money in the manufacturing process.
    • It is more precise, faster, and easier to use than other methods, and it can create complex shapes that would be impossible to produce using traditional methods.
    • Metal 3D printing is also more environmentally friendly than traditional manufacturing methods, as it produces less waste and uses less energy.

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