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Technologies

An Extensive Offering of Manufacturing Technologies

 

ColorJet 3D Printing

ColorJet 3D Printing makes gorgeous architectural models, tooling, and many, many other products/parts.

 

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

SLS can do anything from form and fit checks to making usable parts.

Be sure to take a look at our SLS material options!

 

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

DMLS is an amazing process that creates parts from powdered metal.

 

Metal Printing

Metal Printing makes stainless steel bronze alloy parts for lower cost than DMLS.

 

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

FDM is a high-accuracy extrusion process that uses real engineering plastics like ABS or polycarbonate.

 

MultiJet

MultiJet printing has unparalleled detail with print layers as thin as 16 microns.

 

PolyJet

PolyJet printing can create incredible assemblies and parts that include multiple materials/multiple colors in high resolution.

 

Stereolithography (SL or SLA)

SLA printing is the first invented type of 3D printing and has a long track record of producing excellent results.

 

Large Format 3D Printing

Large Format 3D Printing can make objects of unparalleled  size in the 3D printing world. With a build volume of 1000 mm x 600 mm x 500 mm, most other 3D printers do not even come close. Large format 3D printers can make sand casting molds, investment casting burnout patterns, and tough acrylic models.

 

Machining

CNC and manual machining fills manufacturing gaps where 3D printing is less ideal, like extremely high quantities, tolerances and surface finishes, particularly with metals.

 
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Urethane Casting

Urethane Casting is perfect for small to medium batch delivery where surface finish is important but customers do not have the time or budget for production injection mold tooling.

 

Injection Molding

Injection molding is ideal manufacturing for medium to large volume finished good production, where the design is fully realized. Tooling and production can take from one to many months but unit cost and part quality is unmatched.

 

3D Scanning

3D Scanning takes real-life objects and transforms them into digital information.