Learn About Our Processes

  • Stereolithography

    The Stereolithography (SLA) process addresses the widest range of rapid manufacturing applications. SLA utilizes a vat of liquid photopolymer resin cured by an Ultra Violet (UV) laser to solidify the pattern layer by layer to create a solid 3D model from the 3D data provided

  • Selective Laser Sintering

    Capable of producing highly durable and complex geometries in Nylon for real-world testing while other additive manufacturing methods may become brittle over time. Ideal for snap fits and living hinges.

  • Direct Metal Printing

    Production of high-quality metal parts in a range of alloys. Allowing production of metal parts with challenging geometries, not possible using traditional subtractive or casting technologies

  • Fused Deposition Modeling

    Fast and cost effective process for proving designs, fit and function testing, small production runs, jigs, and fixtures. Allowing parts to be made direct from 3D CAD to thermoplastic materials without tooling.

  • Cast Urethane

    High quality parts production at low- to mid-volumes without the cost and time of hard tooling, using 3D printed masters and silicone molds that defy traditional production timelines.

  • ColorJet Printing

    Full color concept models with quick production times. Whether printed with color or in standard white, parts can be additionally clear coated to add a hard, smooth coating or wax coated to smooth out the surface finish.

  • Investment Casting Patterns

    Rapid production of small to large 3D printed casting patterns in both SLA QuickCast and wax materials. With perfect surface finishes these patterns drop seamlessly into the investment casting workflow.