We can use our in-house high resolution FDM and SLA 3D printers to develop your prototype, concept models, mock ups or other 3D printed parts such as (but not limited to):

  • Fully functional 3D printed prototypes using engineering grade plastics and other materials per your requirement.

  • Small scale production quantities for production parts.

  • Tools and molds for high temp applications. 

  • Cosplay and costumes

  • Toys, games and educational products

  • Consumer based goods

  • Show displays and Architectural models

  • Agricultural and scale models (trains, planes, tractors, etc.)

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SLA is a method of 3D printing that uses UV light to cure the part in a vat of liquid resin. As the light cures each layer, thus hardening it, it becomes a solid object over time as the machine lifts the part out of the liquid. SLA based 3D printing, creates highly accurate models that can be used in areas such as design verification, presentation and marketing, mold making, investment casting, tooling and medical processes.

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FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

FDM is a method of 3D printing that uses a heated extrusion block to melt liquid plastic material to a platform as defined by the 3D model. The thin layers of plastic are built up over time on the platform to create a 3D model. This method of 3D printing is good for creating unique parts requiring unique materials. Additionally, this method is exceptional for 3D printed prototypes that must withstand the test of time. FDM parts are good for general purpose prototypes or production parts.

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