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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Whether you need injection molding services for your rapid prototype, or CNC machined parts, we've got you covered. We provide you with the highest quality materials and premier service. The Advanced Prototype Molding team has the skills and knowledge to take your design from concept to reality in any order size. We excel in building epoxy, aluminum, and steel molds to your specifications.
For some customers, product development is more involved and requires a dedicated resource to consider the entire scope of a project. In addition to our in-house team, we have relationships with several firms that focus solely on product development. These teams look at not only the design of a project, but the entire product line, competitive analysis, legal implications and so much more. If you...Read more
We support individual aspects or will manage your entire program while offering the highest standards and the quickest turnaround time available. As an experienced service bureau we have developed a wide array of products and have worked with all kinds of teams. Our clients are large corporations, small companies, and independent entrepreneurs spanning many industries. In servicing such a broad r...Read more
We know how important it is to get products to market quickly. From receipt of order, we promise a two-week or less lead time for delivery. We support the Just-In-Time (JIT) inventory needs of our customers with production runs of all sizes ranging from a short run of a few hundred parts to long runs of a few hundred thousand parts.
Here, Severna's capabilities include extruding and grinding PTFE rod and machining various forms of plastics including Delrin®, Nylon®, Peek®, Torlon®, Rexolite®, Fluoroloy H® and Ultem and other engineered plastics. The combined experience of our workforce further enhances what Severna has to offer our customers.
3D Printing Colorado is the 3D Print lab at Laser Concepts. We have teamed-up with 3DSystems©, 3DP, Artec Group, SpaceClaim, GeoMagic, Cimatron and others to provide Colorado and the Rocky Mountain region the best single-source solution for all of your 3D Printing & 3D Scanning needs. This includes CAD software to tie it all together and training to get you through the learning curve. These partn...Read more
"Bay Area Innovations is a creative, hardworking engineer design firm with solid skills. They have repeatedly demonstrated their proficiency within solid modeling software. While working with them at Axiom, they created at least 200 parts for several large high-value medical devices. These included plastic molded parts, machined metal and sheet metal. I have also worked with Bay Area Innovations ...Read more
As plans unfolded for the Solent III—later used as a Hollywood prop in Raiders of the Lost Ark—Rick and Randy’s drive, technical ingenuity, and resourcefulness attracted the attention of Jim and Harry McDonald, twin brothers who were pioneers in injection-molded precision parts and took the Grants “under their wing.” Within the McDonald’s well-established business, Rick and Randy learned tooling ...Read more
Our product development company started in 1988 and focused on providing services to inventors, startups and small to medium sized companies. With China’s emerging impact in the world of product manufacturing, HEDC opened an office in mainland China to provide global cost saving advantages to its customers. Additionally with our logistics and fulfillment partners, we have also provided our custom...Read more
Don climbed the corporate ladder to Director of Salesbefore Consolidated closed in 1981. Northeastern Plastics, Inc. was founded in 1982 by Don and a longtime friend and coworker Ned Evans, a production manager with Consolidated. With Don’s expertise in sales and Ned’s experience working with machines, the pair merged their unique talents to begin this new business venture.
QCML is also committed to developing the next generation of top talent in American manufacturing that is ready to leverage advances in manufacturing technologies and processes. With access to cutting-edge manufacturing equipment, systems and software, our interns work alongside seasoned engineers to help today’s manufacturers overcome some of their most difficult production challenges. The hands-...Read more
Located just north of the Big Three in Detroit and Automation Alley in Oakland County, Michigan, we supply quality parts to automotive manufacturers and serve many more industries, including aerospace & defense, marine, material handling, and power sports & recreational vehicles.
Why spend more money than you need to with steel tooling when labor costs, machine costs, and lead time could all be significantly reduced with aluminum tooling for injection molding. Parts can often be produced in a few weeks with a mold cost the fraction of what it would be with standard steel tooling.
When rebuilding steam turbines, it is common to replace older components and use existing assemblies. This presents the challenge of matching new components to the existing assemblies which have likely been in place for many years and exhibits quite a bit of wear. The accuracy of our Laser Tracker measurement equipment is just stunning. This data can be used to map inlet locations on the outer cy...Read more
In 2008 OLP Print Finishing began manufacturing and selling its own line of products to printers and display manufacturers. Based on 20 years of 'hands on' experience in the finishing business, the REDI line of products has provided industry tested benefits in time and cost savings to POP designers, commercial printers and print finishers alike.
Since the company’s inception in 1999, Polyhistor has successfully brought rough ideas to finished products. We do every step of the product development chain from paper napkin sketch to Industrial Design – 3D CAD to prototype, engineer and manufacturing. Our designs are always made with manufacturing and cost of production in mind. Our customer base includes medical, defense, lighting, signage, ...Read more
Zip-Bit provides step by step guidance, from analysis of your CAD files, part placement & orientation, through selection of optimal 3D Printing technologies to ensure your 3D Printing project's successful build and delivery. 3D Prints are made on industrial machines, ensuring consistent and optimal quality. Discuss the needs and requirements of your 3D Printing projects directly with a 3D Rapid P...Read more
Even after manufacturing is complete, we store all of our finished work in designated areas at specified temperatures, ensuring our products are delivered to our clients without distortions. We also invite you to contact Our team to inquire after any of our additional service options, which include, but are not limited to, rubber to metal bonding, anodizing, and Fast-Track prototyping. From aircr...Read more
Additive Manufacturing (or 3D printing) was initially used for rapid prototyping. It has since grown into manufacturing process all its own and is giving manufacturing industries the ability to both prototype and manufacture end-use products. 3D printing fills in the gaps where traditional manufacturing is not the best solution.