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Tradeshow Displays, Experiential Builds, 3D printed Trophies + Props …anything.

Our turnkey production process covers planning, design, 3d printing, fabrication, and finishing — getting you from concept to creation, all under one roof.

Custom Fabrication: Overview

Summary: What is Custom Fabrication?

Custom Fabrication describes the process of starting with an idea or description of a finished physical piece, coming up with a custom 3D printing service workflow to produce that piece, and executing the workflow to completion.

The overall process is the same whether you need a single 3D printed trophy, a 10′ tall display piece, or 250 3D printed promotional items for a marketing initiative. Each 3D printed Custom Fabrication project involves a unique set of services in a specific order; our job is to determine what those services are, and then to perform them to completion.

What kinds of things can you make?

Here’s a list of some of the types of projects we’ve run through our Custom Fabrication process: custom 3D printed trophies, props for Film / Commercials, experiential elements for live events, branded signage, props for photography, corporate gifts, various objects d’art, one-of-a-kind sculptures, tradeshow display models, custom chess sets…and even “exploded-view” 3D printed real size F1 car.

The list is pretty varied, but the common thread between all of these types of projects is this: our customers need a reliable partner who can figure out the details and get things done on time and to a high-quality standard. Many of the items we create end up on camera for broadcast media like commercials, massive live + televised events — so things have to look perfect. And that’s what we strive to deliver.

How does it work?

Start off by submitting a request online, and be sure to include a good description of what you want to make, along with any project-specific files or reference images that show things similar to what you’re looking to make.

We’ll review your request and get back to you with next steps — typically, the next step after we receive your online request is to have a phone call to go over the project in more depth.

After we fully understand your goals and any important deadlines, we’ll propose a concrete service workflow — a Project Plan — that will lead to an end result that meets your needs.

How long does it take?

We do our best to work within your deadlines, and it’s not uncommon to get a request that requires delivery within a matter of days or even next-day. If you don’t have a specific deadline and need something made which requires design, fabrication, and finishing: you can expect it to take anywhere from 2 – 6 weeks. It all depends on what you need to make.

How to Order

Get a Quote

Getting a Quote: Define Your Requirements

To get a price quote on a 3D printing custom fabrication project, submit a quote request and tell us what you’re looking to make — be sure to mention if you have a specific deadline. A project engineer will review and respond, typically within 15-30 minutes.

If you have reference images or project-related files — or even pictures of something similar to what you want to produce — including these materials in your initial request will ensure faster service.

After we have a complete picture of your goals, our Project Management team will devise a Project Plan for you: a list of services required to produce an end result that meets your needs.

Turnkey Production

Our team of 3D designers, artists, and fabrication engineers will follow this Project Plan to completion. Everything is managed under one roof, instead of you having to string together multiple individual vendors to complete a single project. Any unique fulfillment-related needs can be discussed and coordinated.