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3D Printing

Transition your design into a tangible product with our wide variety of 3D printers and materials. Avoid the need to submit your product to large manufacturers that have costly minimum order requirements. 

3D printing or additive manufacturing (AM) technologies create three-dimensional components from computer-aided design (CAD) models by successively adding material layer by layer until physical part is created. With traditional manufacturing processes, it can take weeks or months to receive a part. 3D printing turns CAD models into physical parts within a few hours, producing parts and assemblies from one-off concept models to functional prototypes and even small production runs for testing. This allows the customer to develop ideas faster, and helps companies to bring products more quickly to the market.

With 3D printing, there’s no need for costly tooling and setup. The same equipment can be used from prototyping to production to create parts with different geometries. As 3D printing becomes increasingly capable of producing functional end-use parts, it can complement or replace traditional manufacturing methods for a growing range of applications.

From shoes to clothes and bicycles, we’re surrounded by products made in limited, uniform sizes as businesses strive to standardize products to make them economical to manufacture. With 3D printing, only the digital design needs to be changed to tailor each product to the customer without additional tooling costs. This transformation first started to gain a foothold in industries where custom fit is essential, such as medicine and dentistry. As 3D printing becomes more affordable, it’s increasingly being used to mass customize consumer products. 3D printers create parts from three-dimensional models using 3D scanning technology or computer aided design (CAD) software. 

 

Although 3D printing technologies have been around since the 1980s, recent advances in machinery, materials, and software have made 3D printing more accessible to a wider range of businesses. The cost associated with 3D printing has come down dramatically giving more and more companies access to tools previously limited to a few high-tech manufacturers. 3D printing now makes sense for engineering, manufacturing, dentistry, healthcare, education, entertainment, jewelry, and audiology. Genesis3D can literally create things out of mid air through what would have been called magic in the past.

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We deliver unparalleled results with exceptionally strong, supremely stiff, ultra lightweight, and incredibly versatile 3D printed components. Keep your production line running at full speed. Reduce lead time and cost. Print new components and save time and money.

Continuous filament fabrication combines two materials in order to make composite parts that are incredibly strong and versatile. We can deliver components that are an order of magnitude stiffer and stronger than typical 3D printed objects.
 

Combine the toughness and durability of onyx with the dimensional stability and strength of composites including carbon fiber filament, fiberglass, or kevlar. Your final product will be lighter than aluminum and as strong as metal.

Get extreme detail and variety with different resins such as Draft, Clear, Colored, Castable Wax, Ceramic, Rigid, Grey Pro, Durable, Tough, High Temp, Elastic, Flexible, Castable, and Model

We offer multiple options for filaments such as PLA, ABS, Flexible, and PVA

Our technology includes laser precision which ensures your final product comes out exactly how you want it.

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