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.