Quality American 3d printed plastic manufacturers
3D printers produce real-world plastic objects from 3D CAD models. These machines build up the object one thin layer at a time, from the bottom to the top, via a repetitive printing process that fuses these plastic layers together. The two most common 3D printers used to produce plastic objects are Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and stereligthography (SLA) where the former uses an extrusion process while the latter uses a light-based process.
3D printing is ideal for producing prototypes and products at low volume and/or short runs as the setup and design costs are significantly lower than traditional manufacturing processes like injection molding. This method also typically results in faster turnaround times. However, it is not suited for high volume manufacturing.
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Our technology allows customers to produce functional and durable parts that are unachievable through traditional means. Whether the need is to improve fuel economy, optimize part count to weight ratios, or eliminate tooling costs, 3D printing gives automotive and transportation specialists the path to success.
i3DMFG™ assists our client’s designers and engineers in Design-for-3D manufacturing. Design-for-3D manufacturing creates limitless new opportunities for game-changing new parts and efficiencies including highly complex geometries, inserts during build process, lattice and honeycomb features, density and porosity extremes, micro channels and conformal channels, free-form organic shapes, and single...Read more
Novagard is ISO certified 9001: 2015 (QMS with Design) and IATF 16949:2016 (QMS with Design). Novagard expertise includes continuous process manufacturing, RTV silicone manufacturing, foam conversion, and custom polymerization. Our in-house research & development staff drives our innovative spirit, and has introduced over 40 new products to market since 2018.
Oat Foundry, LLC
At Oat Foundry, we treat your projects and products like they are our own. We have a wide range of engineering specialties in-house to help scale up your technology and production needs. We’re here to work with you from ideation to installation.
Our Wisconsin facility combines sheet metal fabrication and CNC and high-precision machining manufacturing, incorporating high-precision turning, wire EDM, endless materials – from titanium to acrylic; full servo-driven CMM layout capability; Waterjet (material up to 4”), weld shop and laser and brake press for precision sheet metal fabrication.
We manufacture short and long-run production and prototype parts from metals and polymers. Let us help you find a solution for your manufacturing needs.
Explore, craft and perfect your product design from draft to production with system modeling and 3D design software tools. Develop higher quality, more innovative products in a shorter time frame. Validate the performance of your virtual products before committing resources to expensive physical prototypes. Maximize efficiency by planning, simulating, and modeling global production processes. Pro...Read more
Allow us to be an extension of your product development process. From prototype to production, we assist with each step to ensure that everything from the additive manufacturing technology to the type of material chosen is the best fit for your unique application. As a rapid manufacturing company, we primarily offer cutting edge 3D printing technologies, however to ensure that your final product ...Read more
Imperial Machine & Tool Co.
Quality control and certification has always been a vital part of advanced manufacturing. We rely on traditional metrology equipment to ensure critical tolerances are met, but the internal structures created via additive manufacturing require specialized technology to inspect. In order to ensure internal structures are properly fabricated, we rely on computed tomography systems and other advanced...Read more
Slant 3D is a spinoff of Slant Concepts. Many of the technologies that we use were developed while manufacturing products for Slant Concepts. But it was soon realized that there was a necessity for the technology at other businesses and start-ups.
The Technology House, Ltd.
TTH has always lived up to its name by staying on the leading edge of technology. They were the first to introduce me to SLS parts a couple of decades ago allowing me to perform functional tests with printed parts which enabled us to shorten time to market. Relatively recently, they introduced me to Carbon DLS and printed urethane parts that we ended up using in production, solving some very chal...Read more
Applied Rapid Technologies Corp.
At ART, we customize our flexible services for a diverse client base – from the individual entrepreneur to the Fortune 500 executive. Typically, we fabricate one to 10 prototypes for each application, but we can easily handle a run of several hundred as well.
n April 2019 Baker Industries was acquired by the Lincoln Electric Company. The Baker organization will compliment Lincoln Electric’s automation portfolio and its new large scale metal additive manufacturing service business that was launched in mid-2019. Leveraging Lincoln Electric’s core competencies in automation, software development and metallurgy, the new metal additive business will manufa...Read more
Linear Mold & Engineering
Founded in 2003, Linear AMS is a customer-focused, solutions-oriented partner for plastics mold tooling and production. These competencies along with our full machine shop capabilities have allowed us to become an industry leader in the following areas: mold flow analysis, plastic injection mold simulation capabilities, full black-box design and advanced process support.
We provide a broad range of additive solutions from concept to prototype design to rapid production using metal and thermoplastic materials. Our experienced team of engineers has designed and processed thousands of parts for manufacturers in the aerospace, defense and automotive industries. Plus, we have a strong network of service partners that enables us to connect you to the right solution pro...Read more
Barbour Plastics manufactures and stocks many standard extruded products such as tubing, decorative edge trims, T-moldings, U-channels, corner trims and bumper products. Although we manufacture many standard products, Barbour Plastics is constantly manufacturing custom tooling for specific customer requirements. Our reputation as a capable high valued supplier for many fortune 500 companies come...Read more
Crescent Industries, Inc.
Our Tooling Operations for new injection mold builds, mold maintenance, repair and revisions, along with our Project Management Team and Engineering Services are located in our 23,000 square foot facility. Our skilled journeymen mold builders use CNC automated hard machining centers, die sink EDMs and a wire EDM. In addition, several Swiss screw machines to manufacture precision Swiss screw machi...Read more
CAD / CAM Services
Our goal is to help you prepare for the future by updating all engineering data to current as-builts, providing BIM models to help manage and maintain your infostructure. We use 3D modeling of your infostructure to help with various sensor networks; situation modeling or visual simulation with 3D animation; along with some very advanced situation analysis. CAD / CAM Services can help you protec...Read more
Midwest Composite Technologies, Inc.
At Fathom we offer a unique advantage of speed and agility-our experts help companies go from concept to prototype to manufacturing in ways not previously possible. We have a new name but we’re still ready to handle any job. Now offering expanded manufacturing capabilities and access to a leading provider in additive manufacturing and on-demand production.
Synergeering Group, LLC
Prototype parts are produced with a liquid material which sets to a clear tough plastic and is clear coated for full transparency. Prototyped parts typically have a heat deflection temperature up to 50°C (122°F). Transparent parts maintain a smooth surface finish with a high level of accuracy. Reverse Engineering begins with an already produced part ready to be scanned and “reversed” into a CAD m...Read more
James Tool Machine & Engineering, Inc.
As part of our commitment to increasing quality, customer satisfaction, and continual improvement, we’ve invested heavily in state-of-the-art inspection and measurement equipment. With five fully programmable Zeiss CMM’s, 2 Brown and Sharp CMM’s, FaroArm portable 3-D measurement, Mahr Contour measuring machines, and literally thousands of other gages we have an extensive range of measuring capab...Read more
Jonco Industries, Inc.
We believe in creating work that is innovative, well-designed, and practical, not to mention economical to produce. Whether your assembly project starts from scratch or with an existing product, our talented team of design and engineering professionals will provide an ideal solution that meets your exact needs.Whether you require cutting, sewing, or packaging, every step required for your project...Read more
Salco Engineering & Manufacturing, Inc.
Salco specializes in prototyping and various custom services. We are able to quickly build samples for customer approval. Salco also has many design tools in addition to physical prototyping, such as SolidWorks capabilities, imaging, and 3D printing services. Our 53 years of experience promises craftsmanship and care.
Scansite3D has over two decades of experience providing 3D scanning and reverse engineering services. Our extensive list of customer includes a wide variety of organizations from Airbus and Pratt & Whitney to Nike and Industrial Light & Magic to The Smithsonian Institution and The Metrolpolitan Museum of Art.
Sigma Design Co.
Our clients rely on Sigma to be creative, on time, and on budget. Sigma engineers and designers offer value-added improvements and support. Our customers benefit from our experience in technologies and industries outside of their own to best help them meet their design and engineering needs. It’s always been about innovation, and it still is.