Who uses 3D Printing

 

Industrial 3D printing is a leading edge technology that is broadening the horizon of reality across all industries. From Aerospace to Recreational applications we are creating parts and objects that are lighter, stronger and more efficiently manufactured than traditional methods.

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Aerospace

 

3D Printed components strike a balance between strength with weight reduction, and safety while maintaining reliability.

 

Medical

 

3D printing technology enables the medical field to reimagine how to assist patients needing implants by delivering improved and reliable components.


 

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Firearms

 

Industrial 3D printing technology facilitates details measured in microns, this allows for the precision needed to produce firearm parts and accessories.


 

 

Recreational

 

3D printing technology allows for small batch manufacturing and customized designs. What used to take months to fabricate our machines can produce in days. 

 

 


 

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Energy

 

3D printing allows for complex geometries which enables the creation of highly specified parts like those needed in the power industry.

 

Automotive

 

Automotive parts are re-engineered to be more efficient. No longer constrained by traditional manufacturing processes parts can raise the bar of high-performance standards.

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