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What we do

On-Demand Rapid 3D Printing, Scanning and Fabrication

3D Printing

We use top of the line equipment to deliver high quality objects

for whatever project you are working on. Whether you need a cleared prop or a quality physical prototype for your next design, we can help deliver what you're looking for.



Fused Deposition Modeling, or FDM for short, refers to the most common method of 3D Printing where material is deposited in layers via an extruding system.

These printers have the largest range of materials, and base color options and are generally the most economical printing solution.

  • Wide Range of Material & Color Options

  • Strongest Available Parts

  • Lowest Cost at Larger Sizes​​

  • Pieces typically have visible layer lines


Stereolithography, otherwise known as SLA, is an advanced method of 3D printing that uses lasers to draw parts from a batch of liquid photopolymer resin.

Rather than deposit material like FDM, an SLA bonds each layer of material to the previous, allowing for microscopic levels of detail with virtually invisible layer lines.

  • Great for intricate surface details

  • Clear Materials Available

  • Perfect for casting jewelry


Polyjet or what is sometimes referred to as Multijet printing, combines technologies from both FDM and SLA printing styles.

Specialized print heads deposit liquid resin in a few short passes across a build platform, while a UV light passes over each deposited layer, curing it instantly.

  • Incredible level of detail

  • Matte or Glossy finish options

  • Fastest printing available for batch parts (prints 1 or 7 items in relatively similar time)


3D Scanning

Bring your objects into the digital world.

With our in-house or remote scanning services, our technicians capture and digitize assets for printing and digital projects.

Using infared sensors, HD Cameras and locational data, we can capture the shape, surface detail, and high -resolution color data and output your project into a number of readily accessible file formats such as STL, OBJ, PLY, or even directly as a SolidWorks Part.


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