3D Printing

Printing Innovations for You

Metal or Plastic? PLA or ABS? Not sure which one? Our expert staff will work alongside with you and guide you to your best needs fulfillment.

Our 3D printing services and products help with

  • Reducing Cost
  • Rapid Prototyping
  • improving Efficiencies
  • Getting to Market Faster

At VTS

We house a wide variety of 3D printers to suit the needs of your project, from desktop-sized widgets to automotive body parts in a wide range of materials in plastics and metals. We make our own in-house 3D printers called the V-series which come in four models to work with material or size needs you may have. We also own and sell a wide array of 3D printers from XYZ. We understand there is a price barrier to getting into Additive manufacturing and so we also offer in addition to our services our new Fractionalized Ownership interest program for extensive access to all of our equipment or we can set you up on a path to partial and eventually full ownership of the equipment you use most!

 

Materials

Plastic

Using our workhorse 3d printers we use standards filament on the market. ABS is our primary materials. We also can use PLA and PETG. Nylon is also a great materials a unique filament that gives the same benefits as typical nylon parts.

Resin

Resin is an exceptional material to use for high detail parts. It can get the details you need every time. The resin comes in many materials and colors. Its physical properties are quite varied so a good consolation would be recommended. Contact us for this help we are available.

Metal

Metal 3d Printing is an incredible and new frontier. The parts that are printed are exceptional replacement for hard to make CNC parts. It does exhibit the usual layering as seen in typical printed parts. This method allows for infill so it can be lighter as opposed to normal CNC machined parts.

Full Color

Metal 3d Printing is an incredible and new frontier. The parts that are printed are exceptional replacement for hard to make CNC parts. It does exhibit the usual layering as seen in typical printed parts. This method allows for infill so it can be lighter as opposed to normal CNC machined parts.

If you are unsure of which will work best for your parts.

Feel free to contact us.


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