Our 3D Printing Service

  • Design Freedom

    Complex geometries like undercuts and internal channels are easily produced without the constraints of traditional machining or molding.

  • Customization

    Parts can be tailored and optimized for specific applications by tweaking 3D model designs before printing.

  • Speed

    Prototypes and production parts can be printed in days or hours versus weeks for machined or tooled parts.

  • Mass Customization

    Economies of scale by producing many customizable or unique parts on the same equipment.

  • Complexity

    Intricate components consolidated into a single printed part by combining assemblies and mechanisms.

  • Low Volume Production

    Economic production of custom or low-quantity parts without high startup costs of hard tooling.

Gallery of 3D Printing Parts

Custom 3D printing services provide optimized and unique prototype and end-use components tailored to specific design needs with complex geometries printed in advanced engineering materials.
  • 3D Printed Medical Components
    3D Printed Medical Components
  • 3D Printed Parts
    3D Printed Parts
  • 3D Printed Car Parts
    3D Printed Car Parts
  • 3D Printed Lamps
    3D Printed Lamps
  • 3D Printed Pom Parts
    3D Printed Pom Parts
  • 3d Printed Phone Case
    3d Printed Phone Case

3D Printing Material Selection

3D Printing Surface Finishes

3D printed parts can be post-processed via sanding, grinding, machining, polishing, painting and other finishing techniques to enhance aesthetics, accuracy, and functionality.

Surface TreatmentDescriptionApplications
PaintingAdds color, protection, and aesthetics to the surface.Consumer goods, electronics.
TexturingImparts texture for improved grip or aesthetic appeal.Automotive, appliances.
PlatingApplies a thin metallic layer for enhanced appearance.Decorative and functional parts.
PrintingAdds graphics, logos, or information on the surface.Packaging, promotional items.
Laser EtchingCreates precise patterns or markings using lasers.Electronics, medical devices.
Heat StakingEmbeds metal fasteners into plastic parts.Assemblies, automotive.
Ultrasonic WeldingBonds plastic parts using ultrasonic vibrations.Automotive, medical devices.
AnodizingEnhances surface hardness and durability.Electronics, consumer goods.
ElectroplatingDeposits metal layer for improved appearance and corrosion resistance.Automotive, electronics.
EMI/RFI ShieldingAdds electromagnetic interference or radio frequency shielding.Electronics, telecommunications.

3D Printing Applications

  • 3D Printed Auto Parts
    3D Printed Auto Parts
    3D Printed Auto Parts

    Quick turn prototyping of design concepts, tooling, jigs, and production parts like air ducts and housings using 3D printing.

  • 3D Printed Consumer Parts
    3D Printed Consumer Parts
    3D Printed Consumer Parts

    Highly customized products like personalized devices, wearables, grips, and gaming components are created via additive manufacturing.

  • 3D Printed Heat Sinks
    3D Printed Heat Sinks
    3D Printed Heat Sinks

    Printed production aids like jigs, fixtures, press and mold tooling reduce manufacturing costs and speed production.

Cases of 3D Printing Service

Patient-Specific Guides
Patient-Specific Guides

3D printed surgical cutting and drill guides customized from patient scans improved procedural accuracy and speed.

Titanium Brackets
Titanium Brackets

Strong, lightweight aircraft engine brackets were additively manufactured from titanium, reducing part weight by 40%.

Drone Components
Drone Components

On-demand 3D printing produced small batches of custom drone frames and landing gear for rapid field deployment.

  • Q

    How much will it cost to 3D print?


    The cost to 3D print depends on build size, material, print time, complexity, and finishing needs, but is economical for prototypes, low volumes, or custom parts without tooling costs.

  • Q

    What is 3D printing and what does it do?


    3D printing, or additive manufacturing, builds up parts layer-by-layer directly from 3D data without dies or molds. It allows quick turnaround of customized and complex geometries.

  • Q

    What technology is used in 3D printing?


    Common 3D printing technologies include fused deposition modeling (FDM), stereolithography (SLA), selective laser sintering (SLS), multi jet fusion (MJF), and binder jetting among others.

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