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Architectural

Architectural

3D printing is a valuable tool for architectural firms; it creates complex, durable and detailed models in a large variety of materials, using CAD data. This grants the industry the opportunity to test market potential, discuss ideas with buyers or even raise capital from investors.

Subsea

Subsea

We can build scale models for your subsea projects as well as components for vessels that meet the rigorous demands of subsea exploration and extraction. 

Oceanering

Oceanering


Design

Design

Our CAD services remove the requirement for you to learn complex 3D modeling software. We utilise the latest CAD software and 3D scanning technology to build the model you want to print.  We can reverse engineer existing components for replacement parts or to improve current designs.

Automotive

Automotive

Rapid prototyping tackles the current challenges facing the automotive industry. These challenges include the demand for innovation, customization and sustainable energy efficiency, to name a few. Prototyping car parts mitigates risk by validating the design of a part before going to tooling. Engineers and designers can operate more iteratively, test more thoroughly and proceed confidently to production. It also allows them bringing to market a superior product than the competition.

Consumer

Consumer

Consumer goods prototypes, the largest of any market sector, account for 25% of all prototypes made. Prototype casings and enclosures such as iPod, iPad and iPhone accessories and casings are among the most popular and custom casings are gaining in market share. Toy prototypes also account for a large part of consumer prototypes.

Sporting

Sporting

In sports, performance does not only depend on an athlete’s performance: equipment is also crucial. The sports equipment industry optimizes the system for athletics by turning to 3D printing to produce robust, lightweight versions of complex sports equipment. For that reason, 3D Printing has been a game changer for the sporting goods sector.

Engineering

Engineering

We can build prototypes for your engineering projects that reduce R&D cost and time for your business to ensure your design fits the desired project specifications.

Electronics

Electronics

We can custom design and print enclosures, fittings, actuators and mounts for all your electronics needs.  Components can be designed to your specifications to meet the requirements of the desired application.

Medical

Medical

In an industry where breakthroughs save lives, 3D printing helps doctors, researchers and medical manufacturers to visualize procedures, test parts and personalize healthcare. Rapid prototyping in the medical field allows for the testing of parts without having to invest a huge amount of capital in tooling. By extension, the cost of design iterations and changes are greatly reduced when using biocompatible prototypes in the testing and design stages of medical product development.

Orthotics

Orthotics

3D printed prosthetics are one of the many ways in which technology has benefitted the industry. 3D printing in prosthetics has been useful for physically challenged people, children, movies and many more sectors.

Dental

Dental

Dental scanning technologies, married with high precision rapid prototype dental technologies, are spurring a digital revolution in the world of dentistry. For example, before, we had to make a physical mold of teeth and cast a clay mold to correctly position crowns, but today, dentists can simply make a 3D scan of the teeth and build the 3D dental model directly on a 3D printer with great accuracy. Dental labs can produce, accurately and rapidly, crowns, bridges and a range of orthodontic appliances that make the process more comfortable and less intrusive for the patient.

Recent Industry News

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