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Our 3D Printing Services

Whether you need prototypes or production parts, we can make them on demand in as fast as a day. We are your one-stop shop for accurate, precise, custom 3D-printed parts at an affordable price.

It  is one of the most popular and widely used types of 3D printing technology. This technology works by extruding a thermoplastic filament, which is a plastic that becomes malleable when heated.

They can be used to create a wide range of objects, from prototypes to household items, Engineering prototypes, Statues, and more. 

FDM 3D Printing

( Fused Deposition Modeling )

It is another popular type of 3D printing technology. Instead of melting plastic filament, it uses a light source—typically a UV laser—to solidify liquid resin into the desired shapes.

SLA 3D printing is particularly useful for creating objects with high levels of detail, complex geometries, and smooth surface finishes. It's often used for prototypes, models, and production parts in industries such as dentistry, jewelry, and product design.

SLA 3D Printing

(  Stereolithography )

It is a type of 3D printing technology that uses a laser to fuse powdered material layer by layer to create a solid structure. Unlike FDM and SLA, SLS doesn't require support structures because the powder acts as self-supporting material.

SLS 3D printing is particularly useful for producing parts that have complex geometries and require durability. It's often used for functional prototypes and end-use parts. Materials commonly used in SLS include nylon, glass-filled nylon, more.

SLS 3D Printing

( Selective Laser Sintering )

It is a 3D printing technology developed by HP. It is a powder bed fusion process, similar to Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), but with a few key differences that enable faster print times and more uniform part properties.

MJF is particularly useful for producing functional prototypes and end-use parts with fine detail and smooth surface finish. It can create complex geometries without the need for supports, and it can be faster than SLS for certain applications

MJF 3D Printing

( Multi Jet Fusion )

It is a type of 3D printing technology that uses light to cure photopolymer resin. Much like Stereolithography (SLA), it's a type of vat polymerization that builds objects layer by layer, but the way it cures the resin is different.

DLP is a popular 3D printing technology because it can be faster than SLA for certain prints, since it cures an entire layer all at once. The resolution of DLP printers is generally high, and they can produce parts with smooth finishes and fine details, which makes them great for applications like jewelry, dental and medical use, and prototyping. However, the range of materials is more limited than some other methods, and the parts can be less mechanically robust compared to technologies like FDM or SLS.

DLP 3D Printing

( Digital Light Processing )

Vacuum casting, also known as urethane casting or polyurethane casting, is a method used in the production of small to medium series of functional plastic parts. It uses a vacuum to draw liquid material into a mold, making it particularly useful for complex parts and designs.

Vacuum casting can produce parts with high detail and accuracy. It allows for a wide range of materials with properties similar to those of injection-molded parts, from rigid to flexible, and transparent to opaque. It's especially useful for producing prototypes, models for user testing, or a small series of products when injection molding is not economical due to its high tooling costs.

Vacuum Casting

Injection molding is a manufacturing process used for the mass production of complex and intricate parts, typically with plastic. It is widely used in many industries, including automotive, medical, consumer electronics, and more.

One of the major advantages of injection molding is its ability to produce high volumes of the same object, which makes it a highly efficient process for mass production. Parts made through injection molding are usually high-quality and have a high level of detail.

Injection Molding

With our Inhouse engineers we provide 3D modeling servies too. We can rapidly create your ideas into 3d design . With our DFM experts with our 15 years experience in the filed your prototype and production cost will be reduced.


Softwares that we use : AutoCAD, SolidWorks, CATIA, Inventor, and Fusion 360 , Blender, 

Rhinoceros 3D

3D Designing

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