Industries We Serve:
Our 3D printing services are used to create prototypes, tooling, and end-use parts for the automotive industry. Our experts collaborate with clients to optimize designs, reduce lead times, and improve quality.
Healthcare / Medical
Our 3D printing technology is used to create patient-specific medical devices and surgical instruments. Our services are also used to develop anatomical models and prototypes for research and development purposes.
We offer 3D printing services for architects and designers to create scale models of buildings, landscapes, and urban planning projects. Our services help clients to visualize their designs and communicate their ideas effectively.
Our 3D printing services are used in educational institutions to create models, prototypes, and tools for teaching and research purposes. Our services help educators to engage students, enhance learning outcomes, and promote innovation.
Our 3D printing services are used to create parts and components for industrial equipment such as pumps, valves, and turbines. Our services help clients to reduce lead times, optimize designs, and improve performance.
We offer 3D printing services for the production of customized and intricate jewelry designs. Our services help clients to reduce costs, improve quality, and bring innovative designs to market.
Our 3D printing technology is used to create parts and components for robotics and automation systems. Our services help clients to optimize designs, reduce lead times, and improve performance.
We provide 3D printing services for the production of consumer goods such as toys, electronics, and household items. Our services help clients to accelerate product development, reduce costs, and bring innovative designs to market.
Art and design
We provide 3D printing services for artists and designers to create sculptures, installations, and prototypes. Our services help clients to push the boundaries of creativity and bring their ideas to life in three dimensions.
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
This is one of the most widely used 3D printing technologies, which uses thermoplastic filaments to create 3D models. FDM is highly versatile and can be used for a range of applications, including rapid prototyping, functional prototypes, end-use parts, and even artistic creations.
SLA uses a liquid photopolymer resin that hardens when exposed to UV light to create highly accurate 3D models with smooth surfaces. This technology is ideal for creating high-resolution, intricate parts with fine details and is used in industries like jewelry, dentistry, and automotive.
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
SLS uses a high-powered laser to selectively fuse powdered materials, such as nylon or metal, to create 3D models. This technology is ideal for creating complex geometries and parts with high accuracy and strength. It is widely used in aerospace, medical, and automotive industries.
Digital Light Processing (DLP)
DLP uses a light projector to selectively cure liquid resin to create highly detailed and accurate 3D models. This technology is ideal for creating small- to medium-sized parts with high resolution and smooth surface finishes. It is widely used in the dental and jewelry industries.