3D Printing is a technology that spans many different industries with a wide variety of applications

Manufacturing can require a lot of machines working 24 hours a day 7 days a week to produce parts. 3D Printing is one of the best technologies used to create custom parts for the machine, quick replacement parts, as well as jigs and fixtures for the assembly line.

When machines stop running, manufacturing businesses are no longer able to function. 3DPX can design and print nylon machine parts in as little as one business day. Our speed allows manufacturers to get machines up and running.

Get to market faster than the competition with speedier design cycles. Go from design to prototyping in hours, not days. Blaze through product improvement with rapid prototype revisions. Reduce lead times and IP theft exposure by keeping everything in-house. Then get your tested and proven product into the market before the competition knows what hit it.

The industry of Architecture has been using model making for years. Now the standard for model making is through digital fabrication. Architects are already living in the design space using CAD, rather than being stuck using renderings or expensive hand models to convey a design concept.

Architects are always working with limited time and demanding clients. 3D printing can allow for models to be done in as little as one day to make sure that big presentation covers all bases.

The good news for marketers is that 3D printing provides many opportunities to deliver out of the box solutions. 3D printing allows innovative ways to develop and strengthen relationships with existing and potential customers.

Marketing is a competitive business where individuality becomes the secret to success. A major factor in a successful marketing campaign is its distinctiveness. Originality by utilizing 3D printing is the secret ingredient in the recipe for the success of tomorrow’s business.

Businesses are now able to actually make and “print” advertising and promotional products tailored to customer briefs. They can also develop interactive ideas.

The flexibility of 3D printing allows designers to make changes easily without the need to set up additional equipment or tools. It also enables manufacturers to create devices matched to a patient’s anatomy (patient-specific devices) or devices with very complex internal structures. These capabilities have sparked a huge interest in 3D printing of a medical device.

Our nylon powder is one of the few that has certification for use in medical applications. This allows our medical clients the ability to create end-use parts without the cost of creating tools.

Electronic equipment and devices often require custom housing units or additional channels and features. 3D printing is one of the most useful tools to create housing units whether trying to produce a prototype to then injection mold or even as an end-use part.

Nylon has good chemical resistance and static dissipative characteristics which can be crucial to the world of electronics.