Plastics 3D printing for prototypes, fixtures, and small scale production.
My specialty is work that requires design, reverse engineering, post machining or particular mechanical properties and details. Next-day turnaround may be an option.
What I don’t do:
If you are already familiar with 3D printing and know exactly what you want then a large online provider will be a great choice. Here are some to try:
There are many many others and they are great if you have a 3D model and require relatively simple output, large volumes and low prices.
High performance thermoplastic and metal additive processes can be tricky and you may be better off finding a local specialist who can help you with the process.
What I can help you with:
You have a product or part that you think might be a good match for plastic 3D printing but you aren’t sure where to start.
You have a project that requires reverse engineering or creating a 3D model from 2D drawings before printed parts can be made.
You want to try very strong composite 3D prints using the Markforged composite printing system.
You need large, multi-part or complex prints or prints with post-machining.
You need a test-fit part, fixture or prototype - yesterday!
Equipment and Capacity:
(2) Markforged Mark Two Composite Printers
12” x 6” x 6” (300mm x 150mm x 150mm) work volume
Nylon/Carbon Onyx plastic with carbon, kevlar or e-glass fiber reinforcements
Beautiful parts, very strong but relatively expensive for FDM plastic - but very cheap for composites!
Multiple machines allow for production quantities of small parts.
Fusion3 F410 FDM Plastic Printer
14”x14”x12” (350mm x 350mm x 300mm) work volume
PLA, ABS, PETG, ASA and other common plastic materials
Large parts from inexpensive materials, fast!