3D Printing

Parts shipped in as fast as 1 day
Industrial 3D printing is an additive manufacturing process that works best for functional prototypes, complex designs, reducing multipart assemblies, and end-use applications. Our rigorous quality control measures and commercial-grade equipment create highly precise parts every single time.
3D Printing

1 to 50+ parts

Shipped in 1 to 7 days


the stereolithography process

Stereolithography (SL) uses an ultraviolet laser focused to a small point to draw on the surface of liquid thermoset resin. Where it draws, the liquid turns to solid. This is repeated in thousands of thin layers until a final part is formed.



Selective Laser Sintering

the selective laser sintering process

Selective laser sintering (SLS) uses a CO2 laser to lightly fuse layers of nylon-based powder into a solid. After each layer, a roller distributes a fresh coat of powder on top of the bed and the process is repeated until a final thermoplastic part is created.


Direct Metal Laser Sintering

the direct metal laser sintering process

Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) uses a fibre laser system that draws onto a surface of atomised metal powder, welding the powder into a solid. After each layer, a recoater blade adds a fresh layer of powder and repeats the process until a final metal part is formed.



What is Industrial 3D Printing?

Industrial 3D printing is changing the way companies
develop products and devices. With prototypes
in hand within days, you can iterate and validate
designs faster than ever before.


How does 3D printing technology work?

Where does it fit in product development cycles?
And how can you leverage 3D printing to its fullest
potential? Our customer service engineers help
answer those questions. 

Additive Manufacturing Materials

We use a range of commercial-grade thermoset resins, and thermoplastic and metal powders to 3D print parts that are suitable for various part applications and industries.


Team of applications engineers

Free instant quotes with design analysis