Our Process is easy to understand!
Producing a fitting pipe for an 1987 classic 1987 El Camino was an easy job to model. Producing it using additive manufacturing took some inventive work.
Using high heat resistant plastics, tempered with heat resistant resin, some CAD work and a layer of Kevlar / Carbon fiber mixed weave did the job though.
In the end we had an amalgamation of Steel, Kevlar, Carbon Fiber, Resin, and Thermoplastic with the strength of Aluminum, and capable of operating in temperatures of close to 300 degrees Fahrenheit.
We take your old part and make scans of it using specialized equipment.
We model the 3D scans and make any adjustments required / requested to the design.
We make multiple prints and test each one, making adjustment to the initial model each time until everything work as good or better than the original part.
We manufacture your new part, from the 3D model in the medium that best fits the old part, whether it's CAD machining for metals, injection molding for specialized plastics or additive manufacturing for complex pieces.