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3D Printing and Laser Engraving

3D Printing differs from traditional subtractive manufacturing methods which require starting with a solid piece of material and using cutting tools to progressively remove material. The additive methodology opens up new possibilities in the creation of parts, facilitating rapid, iterative prototyping and development. 3D Printing also provides an inexpensive alternative to conventional injection molding and machining for low rate initial production.  


LASER ENGRAVE The laser beam vaporizes material to a user-controlled depth, creating a flat surface with a high quality finish.
We can engrave anything we can cut PLUS Brick, glass, marble, slate, granite, and anodized aluminum. 


LASER MARKING: The laser beam modifies the material surface, creating permanent marks without removing material or impacting surface integrity.

Interested in 3D Printing or Laser Engraving?

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