INDUSTRIES: CONSUMER PRODUCTS
For designers, graphic artists, and marketing teams, successfully taking a new idea to market often depends on speed. Simulating the look and feel of a final product early in the product development lifecycle can go a long way to proving your idea to key stakeholders. We understand the hurdles in consumer manufacturing and have the expertise not only to help you build unique, customized products, but to develop whole new business models. And when you’re ready to go into full-scale production, you can trust our experience in additive manufacturing, Urethane Casting, Tooling, and Injection Molding to efficiently meet your requirements.
3D printing is ideal for producing detailed consumer electronics used to examine aesthetics and functionality early on in the product development life cycle. Turn to PolyJet to create realistic models of your product incorporating flexible and rigid components and multiple colors into one print. Or test the fit, form, and function of your design with static dissipative material from FDM.
3D printing is the perfect match for sporting goods concept modeling and functional prototyping. With a variety of versatile photopolymers, Stereolithography can create sporting goods prototypes that look and feel like the final product. When you’re ready to move into full-scale production, we have the tooling and injection molding expertise and materials required to win the market.
The entertainment industry has taken props and costumes to the next level with 3D printing. Special effects teams, games designers and filmmakers are using the design freedom of 3D printing for quick and agile manufacturing. ID-Light is often used in the entertainment industry to build large, lightweight models and sets.
Bring your CAD drawing to life and create detail architecture models in half the time of conventional modeling technologies with 3D printing. Laser Sintering and Fused Deposition Modeling are often used to create complex architecture models that can last far beyond final construction.
Ideal Consumer Manufacturing Technologies:
- Tooling and Injection Molding
- Stereolithography (SL)
- CNC Machining
- Urethane Casting
CONSUMER PRODUCTS GALLERY
Water Bottle for Runners Goes the Distance
with Multiple 3D Printing Technologies
Learn how a new water bottle designed specifically for runners got to market through a
combination of 3D printing technologies and materials, including Laser Sintering and Stereolithography.
CONSUMER PRODUCTS: Frequently Asked Questions
What file formats do you accept?
Objective3D Direct Manufacturing accepts virtually any commonly used 3D file format, but to use our automated quote tool, you will need one of the following file formats: STL, STEP, IGES, Parasolid.
I don’t have a 3D design file like CAD or STL—can you still help me print a part?
Whether you’re starting with a sketch on a napkin or a detailed drawing, we can recommend several companies who can make your design ready for the real-world. Contact us to learn more.
Will Objective3D Direct Manufacturing sign Non-Disclosure Agreements (NDA)?
Yes, we will sign an NDA. We always keep customer information confidential and only release information at the customer’s discretion.
Which 3D printing technology offers the greatest level of detail?
Though material, part size, and application are critical factors in determining which technology is best for a given project, PolyJet and Stereolithography are typically known for having the highest level of detail.
3D Print Multi-Color Parts Directly from Photoshop
3D printing is going to a new level of realism and accessibility with the release of Stratasys Creative Colors Software powered by the Adobe 3D Color Print engine. You can now incorporate multiple colors, patterns, and textures into one design and have it 3D printed at Objective3D Direct Manufacturing.
And if you’re ready to build now, use our no-hassle Quote Tool.