Concept Models

The speed and versatility of 3D Printing lets product developers create physical snapshots of their designs through the iterative process.

Rapid Prototyping

3D Printing can be used to create fully-functional prototypes, complete with moving parts, as well as all-in-one assemblies.

3D Printing is Direct Digital Manufacturing

The high accuracy and consistency of 3D printing makes it an ideal way to build production quantities of discrete or customized parts. 

3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is an blanket term for manufacturing technologies that can generate parts by growing them out of varying base materials. This process is different from subtractive manufacturing, such as CNC machining, where the base material is reduced to its final shape through cutting. 

3D printing is a powerful tool for generating custom parts, often with complex geometries, and serves industries from aerospace & defense, to automotive, to medical and dental, and beyond.