3D Print 'N' Scan - 3D Printing
CAD design & bespoke model services from concept to finished product
3D Print ‘N’ Scan is based in Stockbridge, in the heart of Hampshire.
Amongst the services available, are: 3D CAD, 3D Printing & a Bespoke Scale Model-Building Service for the manufacture of plastic components, unique design items, prototypes and more .
At 3D Print ‘N’ Scan we are committed to working with you, from concept to finished 3D Model. We have over 20 years experience in this and related fields.
From the conception of your product or design idea, we can help you take your idea to a fully working prototype or part, by listening to your requirements.
Why Produce a Prototype?
At 3D Print 'N' Scan we produce 3D Printed parts and assemblies, for prototyping and as an end user product, to help you understand how your final product is going to look, fit & feel!
This gives you a greater understanding of your design and any changes you may need to make, before you commercialize your product!
It also gives you a physical part which you can use for sales & marketing, to judge consumer reaction, before paying for expensive metal tooling, helping to iron out any problems before they occur.
Talk to one of our team! And see how we can help you get your product to market swiftly and efficiently!
What are Rigid Opaque photopolymers / UV resins?
Rigid Opaque photopolymers / UV resins are a multipurpose material for visual models and engineering prototypes and products.
Compared against common engineering plastics, like standard ABS, PLA or nylon, Rigid Opaque Photopolymers / UV resins are stronger and stiffer than that of these or other industrial plastics.
Rigid Opaque materials / UV resins have mechanical characteristics closer to that of an acrylic than any other typical 3D Printed plastic, making them an ideal material for fit, form & function, sales & marketing, where functional testing, patterns, prototypes and models require high finishes and tolerances, to show case your designs.
SALES & MARKETING PROTOTYPES
ELECTRONIC ENCLOSURE PROTOTYPES