What We Can Do for You
Fixturing and Tooling
Fixturing and tooling for machining, injection molding, decal placement, and more. 3D Printing and Rapid Prototyping can be used for so many ideas. Have an idea but your just not sure if it will work? Contact us, we can help.
Printed parts are used for a vast amount of applications across many industries.
From prototypes to final parts, companies in the automotive, aerospace, medical, and maritime have already adopted 3D Printing as a manufacturing process.
3D Scanning Services
3D printing has become a standard step in the design and manufacturing process, but you need a 3D model before you can print. We can scan your object and provide you with a model that is ideal for 3D printing. We can even make adjustments to your model, such as enlarging it, and then you can get a 3D printed part.
With the RTV (Room Temperature Vulcanized) tooling process, liquid silicone rubber is poured around a master pattern. The pattern is pulled from the cured resulting mold , then used to cast urethane parts. The key advantage of this process is being able to obtain higher quantities of prototypes at relatively low cost with properties and surface finishes more like production parts.
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