The Highest Resolution 3D Printing for the

best Prototypes possible


Our Polyjet printers have a minimum Z layer thickness of only 16-microns. That means 3D printed prototypes and parts that you will be proud to present to partners, investors, clients and other interested parties, or even use for form, fit and function testing.



Rigid - Tough - functional

ABS is the workhorse of 3D printed materials, and it is sure to impress. This material is recommended for fit-form-function testing and will work best with heavier builds. 

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Our new polycarbonate material is by far the best at printing fine features, so if you have a part that needs extra care on the details, go for this one. With watertight properties, this is the ideal material for testing fluid dynamics or parts that will hold or be submerged in liquids. 

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flexible - strong - SNAP FIT 

The polypropylene is a classic in manufacturing, and this material lives up to the standard. It is both flexible and durable for those parts that need to be handled and worked with, including clips, snap-fits and flexible parts. 

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shore values 30a-95A - Overmolding

Rubber is very tricky to 3D print, but we have a material that won't disappoint. With shore values ranging from a pencil eraser soft (30A) to as hard as a roller skate wheel (95A) we can work with you to find the best fit for your prototype. We offer rubber as a base material or as an overmold on plastic parts.

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Multi-Material Printing

Our state of the art 3D printers allow for the printing of two or more materials at once, which can make all the difference in a prototype. This can include separate colors, along with the addition of shore rubber features.  




Rubber Overmold

With our Multi-Material Printing, we are capable of printing complex combinations of rubber and plastic as one part. Use this option to add grips to just about any printed part.



FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling)

FDM is a less expensive and lower-resolution printing method that is great for quick runs when accuracy and definition is not a top priority. Ask a Solid Prototype team member for more information. 

Product Development and CAD Services

Computer Aided Design (CAD) is the process of creating 3D computer models of a product, which is then used in processes such as CNC and 3D Printing. We work with some of the region's top CAD designers and Product Development specialists to make your idea come to life.