Explore: Equipment 

Want a workhorse that can produce end-use parts in the corner of your desk? These machines can be anything from an affordable way to discover industrial 3D printing or an injection-mold making solution that costs a fraction of a typical mold.

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Fast, precise, scale-able: resin 3D printing is now the fastest form of plastics printing and machines are capable of manufacturing production-level quantities. From medical-grade isomers to high-heat molding material, there is a resin available for all end-use and prototyping applications.

Metal 3D printing has provided a new lens to look through for the search towards cost-efficiency, high-performance, and assembly consolidation. Rather than making sacrifices in part design and waiting months to receive tools or first batches, much improved components can be manufactured in-house at a fraction of the cost in days.

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Possibly the most widely applicable printing technology, sand binder-jetting is being used for tooling, molding, construction, decoration, consumer goods, and so much more. It is fast, cost-effective, and using an ancient material to redefine the future of production.

3D printing is revolutionizing the injection molding industry by cutting lead times from months to days while enhancing performance and justifying sub-1000 part production runs. The development of Freeform Injection Molding (FIM) is also allowing molders to rethink what can be done with their machines.

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By recombining recycled sawdust with the unused lignen removed during paper-processing, material binder-jetting can now be applied to 100% natural wood! This process diminishes waste while adding the complex geometries of 3D printing to wood, allowing for decadent wood pieces to be made at affordable costs.

*Production machines currently undergoing final stages of development.