The most up–to-date rapid prototyping and 3D Printing techniques are all under one roof
With the latest laser technology, 3D-CAM uses stereolithography to create high quality prototypes and limited production runs for a wide variety of industries and crafts.
Our SL prototypes are 10 times more accurate than older manufacturing techniques, and you benefit from a much faster turnaround time than ever before possible.
Rapid Prototyping & 3D Printing
For highly accurate industrial uses, 3D-CAM creates parts (from your .STL files) out of liquid plastic (light-sensitive liquid polymer) solidified
in precise patterns by a computer controlled UV laser beam. SLA parts are solid epoxy exact 3D clones of your original CAD model.
When you need short production runs or consumer-level products, let our 3D Printing technology create strikingly accurate prototypes
at very affordable prices.
Metal Parts (from Investment Casting)
3d-cam has a cost-effective solution for any type of metal prototype you need:
Metal Parts (CNC machining)
3d-cam has multiple Computerized Numerically Controlled machining centers that accept all industry standard software to mill prototypes of metal or plastic, as well as aluminum or steel molds. This same process is used for plastic injection molded parts. Our EDM units use minute high voltage electric scalpels to accurately craft even the smallest, most complicated designs.
RTV Tooling/Polyurethane Casting
Need only a few plastic parts? Room Temperature Vulcanized (RTV) rubber tooling is the perfect solution. 3d-cam makes rubber molds from SLA master patterns. These polyurethane duplicates are inexpensive, can be painted and textured to simulate injection molded parts, and are perfect for prototypes, trade shows, or small production runs.
For larger production runs, Zap Tooling offers ultra fast turnaround at an ultra low price. In 10 days or less, Zap Tooling produces high quality, high definition core and cavity molds from SLA masters, perfect for runs of hundreds or more plastic parts. A typical Zap Tool costs 20-50% less than a machined aluminum version, and plastic injection molded parts can be delivered in 2 to 3 days following customer approval.
Complete CAD-CAM Design Services
3d-cam offers a full range of design support, engineering consultation and finishing services. Our support team is there to assist you every step of the way, and we can even help convert your sketches or 2D drawings into workable 3D models and CAD/CAM files. Our extensive core competencies include advanced levels of expertise in:
Full Service Paint & Finishing
In our on-site shop, each 3D-cam master is hand-finished, benched, and then verified for dimensional accuracy and surface integrity. We can paint and silk screen your prototypes to exact specifications, ensuring an extremely high quality appearance perfect for presentations, trade shows, etc. Our finishing services include: