SLA (Stereolithography)
  • Fine detail and smooth surface finishing.
  • Accuracy within thousandths of an inch.
  • Variety of resins ranging in rigidity, detail, color, clarity and temperature tolerance.
  • Capable of light-duty function and service as short-run low-temp tooling.
  • Can be painted and finished for presentation, demonstration and photo reproduction.
  • Delivery of most parts usually in just a few working days.
SLS (Selective Laser Sintering)
  • Working parts and assemblies with good detail and surface finishing.
  • Variety of materials: rigid and flexible plastics, fully dense metal, rubber-like elastomer, foundry-friendly patterns.
  • Capable of living hinges, high-flex snaps, high stress and heat tolerance and service as short-run tooling.
  • Can be finished and painted for presentation, demonstration and video reproduction.
  • Dimensional tolerancing within thousandths of an inch.
  • Delivery of most parts and patterns in just a few working days.
FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)
  • Tough, Durable and Accurate parts for functional testing.
  • When functionality is more important than surface finish.
  • Suitable for initial product design and visualization purpose.
  • Proof of design & engineering evaluations.
  • Dimensional tolerancing within thousandths of an inch.
Rapid Prototype

Rapid Prototype

 

 

 



 

Rapid prototyping allows you to have functional and accurate plastic parts in your hands within 1-3 days. Rapid prototyping services provide you a 3D model that will save you time and money by revealing any design issues and avoiding costly modifications to production tooling.

Rapid prototyping uses many different processes and materials to produce a functional 3D model. Our rapid prototyping capabilities include SLA, SLS and FDM, each offering different qualities and advantages that are best suited for your rapid prototyping needs.


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