What is 3D Printing?
3D Printing is an additive manufacturing process where your computer modeled parts (or parts we can model for you) are built, layer-by-layer, using a material extrusion technique called fused deposition modeling (FDM).
Using the latest in slicing programs, we generate efficient tool paths for our machines that allow us to make your parts detailed and sturdy in a matter of hours to just a few days, depending on complexity.
Common Materials to 3d print:
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Benefits of 3d printing
There are many reasons to choose 3D printing for your next prototype or production part run. Here are just a few:
Time-to-Market: 3D printing allows ideas to develop faster than ever
Save Money: Prototyping injection molds and production runs can be expensive, up-front investments
Feedback: With a prototype you can test the market by showing it to potential buyers or investors
Mitigate Risk: Be able to verify a design before investing in production
Fail Fast, Fail Cheap: test ideas quickly and discover what doesn’t work, leading to an ideal solution.
Get the Feel: One thing you can’t get from a picture is the way something feels in your hand.
Our FDM production equipment can handle individual-prints up to 300 x 300 x 400 mm ( 11.81 x 11.81 x 15.75 in) in build volume.
Larger prints may be reviewed and their models split to better accommodate the available build volume.