Plastic 3D Printing Services

At Auburn University, Tommy saw firsthand the power of 3D printing to quickly produce prototype parts.  Additionally, our shop sometimes uses 3D printing to produce workholding fixtures for machining operations.  We can do both prototypes and end-use parts (usually workholding devices) for you!

 

Currently, we only have access to printers that print in plastic using the FDM and SLA processes, but we are interested in expanding into direct printing of metals! 

 

We can also 3D print net-shape parts to create investment casting molds, see here for more information!