Solid Concepts is the 2nd Largest FDM Service Provider in North America

Solid Concepts, a custom manufacturing company, continues to grow capacity to meet customer demand for additive manufactured products. Fused Deposition Modeling, or FDM, is excellent for prototypes and end-use products because it builds with production-grade thermoplastic material.

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FDM is great for prototypes and end-use parts.

3D Printing via Fused Deposition Modeling

Adding together all our specialized engineers, we have over 400 years of experience here: One big knowledge base.

Valenica, CA (PRWEB) February 28, 2013

Solid Concepts Inc. is now the 2nd largest Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) service provider in North America, with more than enough equipment to meet customer demand for 3D Printed products made of production grade thermoplastics. Earlier in 2012, the company acquired four new machines. In the last eight weeks alone, Solid Concepts acquired four additional Stratasys Fortus 900mc and two Stratasys Fortus 400mc FDM machines, bringing the total count of FDM machines to eighteen.

This year marks the third year the custom manufacturing company has seen a steady influx of FDM business. In 2012, and moving into 2013, the company has added one machine after another.

Solid Concepts specializes in a wide variety of manufacturing technologies. Solid Concepts’Additive Manufacturing Director Jan Richter boasts: “Adding together all our specialized engineers, we have over 400 years of experience here: One big knowledge base.”

With over seventy five additive manufacturing machines, Solid Concepts is living up to its reputation for multitudinous areas of technological advancement. All FDM parts are built in an ISO 9001 certified facility, and are inspected by Solid Concepts to ensure the integrity of the piece.

Solid Concepts provides rapid prototyping and custom manufacturing services. PolyJet, Z-Corp 3D Color Prints, SLA, SLS, DMLS, FDM, Cast Urethanes, CNC, Composite rapid prototypes, Tooling & Injection Molding services. For more information check out Solid Concepts Inc.

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  • Jared Rowe
    Solid Concepts
    661-295-4400
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