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3D Printing, CNC Machining, and 

Custom Molding tailored for you

3D Printer Technician

On-demand Manufacturing

We provide Designers and Manufacturers with a variety of custom-tailored 3D printing and CNC machining services, including high-performance prototypes, tooling, molding and manufacturing aids, end-use parts, and low-volume production runs.

By applying the latest additive manufacturing technology, our staff of highly-experienced specialists are capable of meeting the most stringent demands in terms of time, cost and precision in the creation of your part. No matter your requirements, we can provide you with the expertise and experience to navigate the 3D printing world.

Manufacturing Capabilities

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) 3D Printing

DMLS fuses powdered metal and alloy materials to produce metal parts. DMLS produces fully realized metal parts, including tools and end-use parts for a variety of industries.


Metal 3D printing, with its advanced metals offering, is best utilized in highly complex and involved designs.

Fused Deposition Modeling 3D Printing

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) creates parts layer-by-layer with engineering-grade thermoplastics. Ideal for functional parts, including prototypes, low-volume production, manufacturing aids, jigs and fixtures.


The FDM process uses the same types of raw materials used in the injection molding process. This technology includes use of support material to create create complex parts and assemblies.

Laser Sintering / Selective Laser Sintering

Laser Sintering (LS) (also known as Selective Laser Sintering or SLS) uses a CO2 laser to heat and fuse durable thermoplastic powder to build versatile parts with high elongation at break.


LS production parts and prototypes provide lightweight, heat and chemical resistant solutions. SLS constructs 3D-printed parts from nylon (polyamide), which is strong, tough and durable.

Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

Multi Jet Fusion is a durable technology which produces medium-quality surface finish, which is ideal for high-complexity with medium accuracy and can be used for short production runs.


MJF is ideal for enclosures, electronics housings, ducts, lattice structures, and functional assemblies. Suitable for applications that require durability such as snap fits.

Modern Machining Methods

CNC Machining Services include milling, and turning for the production of high-quality parts using modern machining methods. We employ highly skilled machinists and industry-leading equipment to accommodate a vast array of manufacturing applications.


Subtractive manufacturing is still available for applications where a machined part from metal or platic is the best solution. CNC Machining can also be used to finish 3D printed parts that require boring, drilling, face milling or other precision machining for enhancing features.

Molding & Casting

With Stratasys thermoplastics and photopolymers, molds can be quickly produced to evaluate prototype parts or produce low volumes of end use parts. Mold applications include Blow, Injection, Pulp, Overmolding, Silicone, Hydroforming, Thermoforming, Casting, Investment Casting Patterns, Foundry and Sand Casting, and Urethane Casting


3D printing molding is especially useful to test the design, fit and function of products before mass production. If changes are required, new mold iterations can be 3D printed in just a few hours at minimal cost.

Programmable Photopolymerization Technology

A transformative 3D printing technology enabling mass production of end-use parts in a diverse range of high-performance materials. Achieve industry-leading accuracy, consistency, detail and throughput with the P3™ Programmable Photopolymerization technology.


The Stratasys Origin One’s P3 3D printing process precisely orchestrates light, temperature, and other conditions to automatically optimize prints in real time for the best possible results.

PolyJet 3D Printing

The PolyJet rapid prototyping process uses high resolution ink-jet technology combined with UV curable materials to quickly and economically produce highly detailed and accurate physical prototypes.


High accuracy, superior surface finish, and wide selection of rigid and soft (rubber-like) materials to choose from. Build multiple materials and colours in a single part.


Stereolithography (also known as SL or SLA) builds parts layer-by-layer using a UV laser to solidify liquid photopolymer resins. It is commonly used to produce concept models, master patterns, large prototypes and investment casting patterns.


SLA is a good general-purpose additive process for a wide range of applications. Models and prototypes are rigid, strong and durable.

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Get parts that have excellent long-term stability and resistance to most chemicals, ideal for tooling, fixtures and low-volume production. SLS is commonly used for functional prototypes, tooling, fixtures, design evaluation models, small manufacturing runs, and product testing.


SLS production parts can be strong, water and air-tight and made out of engineering-grade thermoplastics.

Manufacturing Process

Use our online manufacturing portal to make your products

Manufacturing quote

1. Upload Your Part

Use our Online Part Ordering Portal to upload your 3D CAD model.

You can get instant pricing while choosing the type of manufacturing technology, production material and finishing options.

Stratasys Build Chamber

2. Part is 3D Printed or Machined

We make the part to your specifications using the chosen 3D printing technology. 

Finishing process is then applied such as sealing, tempering, sanding, polishing, painting or electroplating.

Part shipping

3. Part is Shipped

Receive your part in no time at all with satisfaction guaranteed.

Customers also have the option to use their own shipping accounts (e.g. FedEx or UPS)  if applicable.

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Additive Manufacturing Expertise

TriMech is a leader in additive manufacturing, producing finished parts directly from digital data. Not just mock-ups, these fully functional production parts are created using engineering grade thermoplastics and metal alloys.

See and hold your ideas, even at their earliest stages. Move from a CAD design to a physical part in your hands and in front of your team quickly.

Bridge to production, or produce end-use parts directly without the costs associated with traditional manufacturing. Take advantage of faster lead times, reduced costs, and improved efficiency for your supply chain.

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TriMech uses Stratasys 3D Printers to make your products

Stratasys 3D printers can turn your CAD files into durable parts. These parts are tough enough to be used as advanced conceptual models, functional prototypes, manufacturing tools and production parts. TriMech can make your products just by loading different files and materials. No traditional machining process can do that.

With Stratasys 3D printing technology and TriMech services designers and engineers can create an idea, and have it tested in the same day. Industries can cut lead times and costs, products turn out better, and get to market faster.

Breakthrough designs, process innovations, just-in-time manufacturing — whatever you can imagine, TriMech advanced manufacturing services and Stratasys technology can make it happen.

Client Testimonials

We were struggling with printing a part for a patient in Nylon; which is challenging material. It was an easy process to call Adam and have a part in our hands very quickly.

Brian Burkhart, McGuire VAMC

It’s hard to find better knowledge and experience. There are many places to go for 3D printed parts, but finding someone better would be difficult.

Matt Wilcox, Senior Mechanical Engineer, G3 Technologies

Need help to Make Your Products?

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