Overview

Additive manufacturing technology empowers manufacturers to overhaul and modernize their production. Implementing 3D printing and adopt new manufacturing strategies in your workflow to help reduce investment and part costs, maximize assembly-line efficiency and stay one step ahead of industry challenges.

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Design with Freedom

Explore new horizons as 3D printing gives the manufacturers the flexibility for easy and seamless design iteration and verification. Create the perfect tool for the job that would otherwise be too complex or expensive with traditional CNC machining

Manufacturing Applications

Take advantage of advanced composite tooling, manufacturing aids, injection molding, casting and jigs & fixture applications that help validate your final design.

Low-Volume Production

3D printing is the best way to create a short-run production of your part. Easily produce a part that is subject to frequent modifications with the flexibility of customization, design freedom and ease of assembly. Ditch traditional processes made for large-scale productions to save time and costs.

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Rapid Prototyping

Rapid prototyping enables companies to design and iterate their products faster than ever before. 3D printing your prototypes directly from CAD data allows for quick and frequent revisions based on real-world testing, feedback, and applications. Get ahead of the competition by bringing your product to market faster with a successful final design without traditional costly post-production processes.

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