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OUR SPECIALTIES
Unlock the Potential of Your Ideas

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We serve a range of industries and sectors from consumer products to industrial machinery, medical devices to aerospace and defense.

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Research & Development

3D printing technology is increasingly being used in R&D to quickly and cost-effectively prototype new designs and test them in a real-world environment. Additionally, 3D printing can also be used to produce custom tools and equipment for specific experiments and research purposes.

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Arts & Jewelry

3D printing allows artists to create complex geometries and internal structures that would be difficult to produce using traditional methods, and to easily produce multiple copies of their works.

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Rapid Prototyping

With 3D printing, you can create a prototype of your design in a matter of hours or days, rather than weeks or months using traditional manufacturing methods. This allows you to test and refine your design before committing to expensive tooling and mass production.

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On-Demand Customization

With 3D printing, it is possible to quickly and easily produce custom parts on-demand, without the need for expensive tooling or long lead times associated with traditional manufacturing methods. 

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Industrial Tools and Parts

3D printing can be used to create complex geometries and internal structures, produce low volume, high value items, and produce end-use parts and products. In addition, 3D printing can also be used to make tooling, jigs and fixtures and also for rapid prototyping.

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Education

3D printing technology can be used to create custom tools and equipment for specific experiments and research purposes, providing students with an opportunity to learn about innovative technologies. 

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