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3D Engineering,Prototyping and Production
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Intermountain 3D is expanding!
3D production printing with Selective Laser Sintering
 

One of many, or many of one

Nothing is better suited to personalized manufacturing than 3D printing with selective laser sintering (SLS), where you have the advantages of volume but can produce unique one-off products, one platform at a time.  Or, when your needs call for 2,000 end-use parts this week, 3D production printing can handle that just as easily. 
 

Nylon 12 for strength and durability

Strong, tough biocompatible material that stands up to the rigors of long-term real world use, replacing traditionally injection molded articles
  • Flexible / durable
  • High elongation
  • High-impact strength
  • Food grade
  • Medical grade

On-demand, when you need it

Short-run production allows you to maintain low inventories and only order what you need to meet current demand.
 

Engineering excellence, fast service, outstanding quality

Let us help you take your products from concept all the way into production
 

Look for Production Pop-Ups! 

We will periodically announce drop-in times when you can come and see the printing or post-processing in action
Contact us about your project
Lynn Fraley sculpts breathtakingly beautiful horses with exquisite detail.  She wanted to share her art with more people, and so started investigating the idea of making miniatures.  Intermountain 3D started by taking a careful scan of her full model.  Shrinking to a size she wanted, we then printed it in SLA to preserve the anatomy and create a smooth finish.  Lynn and her husband will use the model to create a cast, and pour miniatures in the same resin used for her full models.  
Tell us about your reverse engineering project
The Idaho Museum of Mining and Geology had an interesting idea: they wanted to display a model of the helicoprion shark to tell the story of the 250 million-year old fossil found in central Idaho. Idaho State University had a scan of the fossil with the unusual teeth whorl. The museum approached Intermountain 3D and asked if there was a way to print a smaller version of the fossil. With some touch-up and scaling, we prepared the file to print using SLS nylon for strength and durability.  
Explore what 3D printing and scanning can do
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