3D Metal Printing Service

Accudynamics 3D metal printing service, also called additive manufacturing or direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), allows you to convert designs into a physical 3D part and print your 3D CAD model in a wide range of metal materials.

DMLS is an additive manufacturing process that builds a three dimensional (3D) part from powdered metal and is fused by a laser in thin, 20 micron layers. Layers are progressively added and adhered to the previous layer in order to print a 3D part at 99.8% density. Our 3D metal printing service, with multiple painted finishes available, can increase the speed of prototype iterations along with the potential for a functional part.

From the earliest stages of design, you will closely partner with the Accudynamics team to improve product manufacturability. This early collaboration results in fast turnaround times and your product delivered to more quickly to market. Accudynamics offers our global clientele a wide range of materials for 3D metal printing service including stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, and more. We can create complex geometry, prototype cast parts without the tooling costs and we will analyze these parts for exact specification form, fit and function.

3D metal printing service has limited precision and accuracy for tight tolerance applications, part envelope of 9.75 x 9.75 x 12.75.

Alternatives to Accudynamics 3D metal printing service include 3D plastic printing, as well as machined parts created using our process called AccuFast. Contact Accudynamics to find out more.

Our worldwide clients work with the Accudynamics team from Concept through Prototype to Production.

Collaborating with your in-house design team from initial concept, while supporting project milestones and reducing time to market.More..

AccuFast Quick-Turn Prototype Process Providing production quality parts at prototype speeds, created in design-required materials and tolerances.More..

Effectively utilizing design for manufacturing and assembly expertise, we optimize designs for reliable production.More..

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As an industrial partner for digital production, voxeljet can manufacture molds and models for metal casting on demand and worldwide. We will implement your 3D project based on a CAD data set at the highest level of quality in advanced service centers. You have the jobwe have the expertise, experience and capacity for the rapid and cost-effective production of your prototypes and small series. We can even implement molds having complex geometries with almost no restrictions.

3D printers from voxeljet can be used for the time- and cost-efficient production of sand molds and cores for metal casting. The molds are produced by applying a particle material in layers and selectively bonding it with a binder. Silica sand is used as the particulate material.

3D printing with plastic is the ideal solution for cost-effective and time-saving production of investment casting and design models. The models are produced by applying a particulate material in layers and selectively bonding it with a binder. PMMA (polymethyl methacrylate), an acrylic plastic, is used as the particulate material.

voxeljet produces cast parts based on CAD data sets as a service. The primary benefit: significant time and cost advantages by 3D-printing molds without tools. At maximum quality, of course.

voxeljet operates service centers inGermany,England,theUnited States,ChinaandIndia. In Germany, we have a print volume of 390,000 l per month. Our facilities are also equipped with a wide range of different machines made in Germany in order to offer fast, cost-efficient services in line with market requirements. We also have a close network ofsales partners, from whom you can also order components on demand.

RevPart 3D Printing

Rapid Prototyping Injection Molding & 3D Printing

Quick Turn 3D Printed Parts. Get Your Project Started Faster

Prototypes for a fraction of the cost

Fast turnaround prototypes in as early as 4 Days

Little to no material waste produced

RevPart provides 3D printing for rapid prototyping through two processes: stereolithography (SLA) and selective laser sintering (SLS). These dual 3D rapid prototyping options allow for a wider variety in your material selection, and broader versatility for the functionality and use of your part.

No other method compares to 3D printing when it comes to getting prototypes quickly and at a low cost to you. If you need a preliminary part to test for form, fit or simply aesthetics, 3D rapid prototyping is the right choice. The complex geometries enabled by the 3D printing process let you create intricate parts to accurately gauge manufacturability and other considerations before making the decision to move to more functional testing. Advantages include:

Pay only for the material used no waste

Rapid prototyping as simple as uploading a CAD drawing

Fast turnaround facilitates iterative testing

A constantly growing range of material choices

Materials with the qualities of ABS, PC, Nylon, and more

Dual process options (SLA and SLS) for wider material selection

The 3D printing process lends itself to nearly limitless geometries and forms

Additive manufacturing means that your part is created exactly according to your specs

Accurately gauge manufacturability, form, fit and more

No raw material machining means no waste or excess

Only pay for as much material as your part requires

Help stay green by reducing extraneous waste

The accuracy and versatility of 3D printing makes it an ideal choice for a number of applications and industries. Anywhere that complex forms and exacting specifications are required is a perfect fit for 3D printing. For example:

Complex and/or small medical components

External prosthetics made to exact compatibility

Increasingly stronger materials for non-mechanical functions

Precise components for increasingly smaller products

Versatile material selection to meet the needs of more complex products

New types of parts as the industry evolves

A faster way for custom replacement parts on demand

Low costs for rapid prototyping of potential component enhancements

Fast turnarounds to spur innovation

Complex components for the most advanced technology

High customization ability with no loss of efficiency

At RevPart, our goal is to make the 3D rapid prototyping process as simplified as possible for you before, during and after production. The steps below specify exactly how we do that, and what we need from you.

For 3D rapid prototyping, youll need CAD files in the .STL format. Starting from a napkin drawing or other loose sketch? Contact us and we can recommend an engineer to convert your drawings to digital.

Submitting your quote is as easy as a few clicks through our electronic portal. Along with your CAD drawing, include any supplemental facts like intended industry or use, material choice, process preference, and more. Not sure about the details? Dont worry we are experts in material selection and choosing the best process for you, and can provide assistance upon request.

One word to describe our quote process: fast. Youll have an estimate within 48 hours, and you can order the part right from the same portal you requested your quote no separate steps or offline phone tag. From here, we can even help further fine-tune your selections for the most efficient process possible.

Once your part is ordered, it goes directly into our 3D printing queue. We get involved with any manual part supports and other routine maintenance during the production process, but other than that, your part moves quickly and automatically to production at which point we inspect it and send it to you.

Our flexibility is a big part of the RevPart difference. Whether you need custom finishes, material qualities or secondary services, weve got you covered.

Materials: 3D printing has moved far beyond the limited material selection many have associated it with. New, advanced materials are available to mimic the properties, look and feel of a variety of resins, including ABS, nylon, PC and more.

Finishes: We can ship parts to you, as is, once production is done; or we can provide a custom finish, including smoothing out support marks. Let us know how you envision your finished product and we will work with you to make it a reality.

Value-Added Options: Our value-added options create a true one-stop experience, increasing efficiency and speed. Options include spray painting, pad printing, silk screening and laser etching.

3D printing offers so many opportunities flexibility, speed, incredible cost savings, and more. Why ruin it with an inefficient quoting and production process? When working with RevPart, you gain the advantage of our dedication to improving the entire process, from start to finish. Weve identified the biggest problems in getting your parts and prototypes made, and weve solved them passing the benefits to you.

Still have questions? We are here to help you

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3D Printing in Silicone 3D Printed Silicone

3D Printing & rapid prototyping in Silicone with a new British 3D Printing technology.

The silicone service is currently unavailable while the next evolution of the system is developed.  We expect to be able to offer Silicone again but do not have a time line,

If you are interested in becoming an investor in the project let us know and we can put you in touch with the development team.

In the mean time please see the Rubber Like section for 3d printing in flexible materials.

A NEW addition to our Strong & Durable service,ourSiliconebased 3D printing service gives you another real material in which to produce your designs and is based on new technology currently under development.

Silicone offers you many advantages as a material including excellent stretch and elasticity, consistent mechanical properties through a wide temperature range (Below freezing to above the melting point of other thermoplastics), and you can choosemedical & food gradematerial options. In addition its a material that can be steralised at high temperature .

A key benefit to designersis that it allows for unsupported geometries without the need for a separate support material.  This makes the 3D Printing of geometries such as flexible bladder type designs with narrow apertures a realistic proposition.

Our 3D Printing in Siliconeservice is via a new 3d printing technology thats under development by a team of crack British designers and is based on 3D Printing 2 part RTV (Room temperature vulcanization) polymers.

OurSilicone3D printing is part of our Strong and Durable service and ideal for rapid prototyping, pre production and production parts & models where strength and durability are required.  3D Printing in Silicone gives your parts:

of accuracy & dimensional stability.

: 150 x 100 x 30mm (Subject to change as the process develops).

Key properties for our Silicone 3D Printed material:

Choose Shore A = 10  or Shore A = 40

+/- 0.1mm depending on design, geometry and build orientation.

Please keep in mind that 3D Printing in Silicone is still in development and details may change.

Example objects printed with our 3d printing services:

I was very impressed with the fast turnaround of fee quotes and production. David and his team provided excellent communication throughout and the items I ordered had excellent finishing. (ABS – Strong\Durable service)

Finding a company local to me that offers a fantastic service, a quality product and a short lead time will really help me develop my own business! Many thanks!

Mike, Cable management, product development.

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3D Printing Services On-Demand As-Needed

3D Printing Colorado is well equipped to help professionals leverage 3D Printed parts for use in real-world applications. If you have ordered 3D Prints in the past and want to jump directly to the RFQ Form please use this link.

If you are new to ordering 3D prints dont worry we make it easy! We are happy to answer your questions and will help you get the best print for your needed application.

What do I need to order 3D Printed Parts?

The process is easy and can be broken down into these steps.

Step 1 3D Files:What type of file do I need?

To make a 3D Print we need a CAD file, aka a 3D File.

We have successfully printed from these file formats:STL, SLDPRT, PRT, SLDASM, CATPART, CATPRODUCT, IGS, IGES, STP, STEP, VDA, ASM, X_T, X_B, SAT, PAR, PSM, 3DX, WRL, and .3DS.

We can also work with:Parasolids®, ACIS®, SpaceClaim, Inventor, CATIA®, SolidWorks®, Pro/ENGINEER®, and 3DS Max files.

Dont have a 3D file?  We can help, by using3D scanning, Custom CAD Design, downloading existing files online, or a combo of these options are also great options for getting the files we need to complete your project. Call and ask for Matt Filkins to discuss CAD design for 3D Printing.

Step 2 Determine Final Size:How big or small can I print?

We can print to your needed size. We have printed small projects with details as small as 1mm and we have 3D Printed many large format models both as single prints and large assemblies over 5 feet tall.

Step 3 3D Printing Technologies:What are my 3D Printing options? Whats the difference?

We use a combination of all the top technologies to deliver our customers the best options for 3D Printing. The 3D Printing pros at 3D Printing Colorado can help you select the right Technology for your additive manufacturing project and provide quotes for multiple technologies to help you make the best choice.

Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) or Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

3D Printing Colorado runs a Hive of FFF printers and can produce 1 or 100s of parts for clients daily. These printers produce professional parts ready for real-world applications proving a 3D printer is as professional as the parts it is printing.

Materials used for FDM and FFF printing:ABS, PLA, HIPS, Nylon, PETG, NinjaFlex, Flex & SemiFlex by MakeShaper andmore

Common Uses:Engineering Prototypes, Concept Models, and Functional Design Testing, Education, Makers, end-use parts, tooling, jigs, and fixtures

Do you need small to medium run manufacturing or bridge manufacturing?The Hive @ 3DPrintingColoradois ready to print 1 1000 parts for you today! Call for more info on our high-volume printing options.

An inkjet printing process that uses piezo printhead technology to deposit either photocurable plastic resin or casting wax materials layer by layer. MJP is used to build Engineered parts, patterns, and molds with fine feature detail to address a wide range of applications. MJP printers offer the highest Z-direction resolution with layer thicknesses as low as 16 microns.

An additive manufacturing technology which involves two major components core and binder.  The Core™ material is spread in thin layers over the build platform with a roller.  After each layer is spread, a color binder is selectively jetted from inkjet print heads, which causes the core to solidify. The build platform lowers with every subsequent layer which is spread and printed, resulting in a full-color three-dimensional model. Whether printed with color or in standard white, parts can be additionally clear coated to add a hard, smooth coating or wax coated to smooth out the surface finish.

Materials used for ColorJet Printing:Core™ material a gypsum based material

Common Uses:Engineering Prototypes, Full-color concept models, Architectural models, Demonstration models, Highly complex geometries, Quick production times

SLS uses a high-powered C02 laser to fuse small particles of powdered material to create 3-dimensional parts.  The laser selectively fuses powdered material by scanning X&Y cross-sections on the surface of a powder bed.  The model is built one layer at a time from supplied 3D CAD data. SLS printing can produce highly durable parts for real-world testing.

X/Y planes: +/- .005 for the first inch, plus +/- .005 for every inch thereafter

Z plane: +/- .010 for the first inch, plus +/- .005 for every inch thereafter

Materials used for SLS Printing:impact-resistant engineering plastics; Nylon 11, Nylon 12, Glass-filled Nylon, Carbon-filled Nylon

Common Uses:Produce highly complex geometries, durable, high-heat and chemically resistant applications, Impact-resistant parts for rigorous use, Ideal for snap fits and living hinges, Low-volume production solutions, Major time and cost benefits, Large build platforms available, great for low- to mid-volume end-use parts, enclosures, snap-fit parts, automotive components, and thin-walled ducting

SLA is all about precision and accuracy, so it is often used where form, fit and assembly are critical. The tolerances on an SLA part are typically less than .05mm, and it offers the smoothest surface finish of any additive manufacturing process. Considering the level of quality SLA can achieve, its particularly useful for creating highly precise casting patterns (e.g., for injection molding, casting and vacuum casting) as well as functional prototypes, presentation models, and for performing form and fit testing. SLA technology is extremely versatile and it can be used in any number of areas that require precision above all else.

Materials used for SLA Printing:ABS-like, Durable PP-Like, Rigid PC-Like, Semi-Flexible PE-Like

Common Uses:Medical Device Manufacturing and Prototyping, Components, Electronics, Communications, Aerospace/Defense, Energy, Form, Fit & Function Testing, Tooling, Jigs, Fixtures, Master Patterns

An additive manufacturing technology that builds high-quality complex metal parts from 3D CAD data. A high precision laser is directed to metal powder particles to selectively build up thin horizontal metal layers one after the other. This cutting-edge technology allows for the production of metal parts with challenging geometries, not possible using traditional subtractive or casting technologies. A variety of functional metals are available to print designs, from prototypes to production series of up to 20,000 units.

Materials used for DMP Printing:Titanium (Ti6Al4V Grade 5), Stainless Steel (316L)

Common Uses:Perfect for complex metal parts that need to be manufactured quickly and accurately. Fully dense parts with excellent surface finish.

Investment casting has been successful in creating near net shapes for thousands of years. While the process has significant advantages, the high cost and time involved in the creation of tooling have limited the casting industry. We provide direct 3D printed casting patterns produced with rapid prototyping technology, allowing more designs to be cast without the initial time and cost of wax pattern tooling. Multiple 3D printing processes can be used to build investment casting patterns.

Step 4 Material What Material can I 3D Print In?

There are now over 200 materials available for 3D Printing and additive manufacturing! Strength, Flexibility, Shape memory, UV resistance, and cost are a few of the common variables for selecting the right material for your project. We are happy to help you select a great material that best fits your needs.

Step 5 Timeline/Payment When will my parts be done and what will they cost?

After sending us your files and details about your 3D Print we can create a free quote for you. If you want to move forward and the timeline and cost fit your needs then we lock in the job and print your files!

Get Started Now!Request A Quote Form

Use theRFQ formto get the conversation started or feel free to call us at for more info.

Can you make my file and print it for me?

Yes! If you have an idea
or concept and need/want it 3D printed we can work with you to design the 3D Files so your concept can be printed and used for testing and beyond.

My 3D Prints are going to change the world will you sign an NDA to protect my IP?

We have no problem signing an NDA to protect your concepts and ideas.

I read the above info and still want help. Which Technology Should I Use?

Do you need help determining and selecting the best additive manufacturing process for your parts?  Give us a call at(303) 466-0900or use thecontact formto get the conversation started.  We have helped many different companies understand additive manufacturing process and we can help you print the parts you need on time and on budget!

Quick and Easy Quotes  within 24 hrs:

Dedicated 3D Printing Specialist & Applications Engineer Assigned to Your Account

Free Benchmark Prints for High-Volume Clients

If you have any questions about the 3D Printing services at 3D printing Colorado please call 303.466.0900 and talk to Matt Filkins or Nick Yosha.

If you are in a bind and need your parts printed YESTERDAY!, we might be able to help give us a call or email. If we can fit your parts onto a build plate to hit your deadline we will, and have for clients in the past.  For rush or emergency orders, a phone call is the fastest way to get a hold of us:

Accepted File Formats for Instant Quoting:

3D Printing Colorado Supported File Formats:Contact usfor help with file conversions

SpaceClaim,  Inventor,  CATIA®,  SolidWorks®,  Pro/ENGINEER®  and 3DS Max,  Parasolids®,  ACIS®, STL,  SLDPRT,  PRT,  SLDASM,  CATPART,  CATPRODUCT,  IGS,  IGES,  STP,  STEP,  VDA,  ASM, X_T,  X_B,  SAT,  PAR,  PSM,  3DX,  WRL

For more info: Matt Filkins3D Printing Specialist Laser Concepts, Inc.(303) 466-0900Contact Form

Upload a .zip, .jpg, or .pdf for quotes.

3D Printing Colorado, a division of Laser Concepts, Inc

Broomfield, Colorado 80020Contact Us(303) 466-0900

Additive Manufacturing Services

Contract Additive Manufacturing Services

Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing Technology

Metal Additive Manufacturing Systems

Contract Additive Manufacturing Services

Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing (EBAM®) technology was originally launched as a service in 2009 for manufacturers looking to save significant time and money on the production of critical metal parts and prototypes.

Today at Sciakys 3D Printing Facility, our EBAM®services team and capabilities have grown exponentially, and so has interest from companies who are determined to explore additive manufacturings advantages over traditional manufacturing and prototyping processes.

You can be sure that Sciakys knowledgeable engineers and world-class EBAM systems will help you produce your critical metal part or prototype faster and cheaper than you thought possible.

Producing critical parts and prototypes made of titanium, tantalum, Inconel and other materials with Sciakys contract additive manufacturing service provides the following benefits over subtractive manufacturing:

Significantly reduced material costs (and minimal material waste)

Dramatically shorter lead times for prototypes, production parts and post-production projects (i.e. repairs or remanufacturing of damaged or obsolete parts)

Drastically reduced machining times (as much as 80%)

Below is a blueprint for the typical contract additive manufacturing service engagement:

We work with you every step of the way to deliver a superior end product and customer experience.

Visit the contact us pageto request more information about our metal additive manufacturing service.

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Sciaky is based in Chicago, IL, USA. Its welding systems and EBAM®industrial 3d printing machines are distributed internationally and found in manufacturing plants and advanced research and development facilities around the world. Contact a sales rep in your area byclicking here.

Electron Beam Additive Manufacturing Technology

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