Northampton, PA (PRWEB) June 29, 2012
ProtoCAM today announced the expansion of its small metal prototypes rapid prototyping services. ProtoCAM now offers aluminum, steel and stainless steel prototypes created using selective laser sintering (SLS) or a variety of different metal casting technologies. These casting techniques include:
Further, ProtoCAM can provide metal coated prototypes created from other rapid prototyping techniques such as stereolithography (SLA), urethane casting, and injection molding. Metal coated prototypes can be plated with nickel, copper, and chrome. Depending on the application, ProtoCAM can produce metal prototypes ranging in size from hundredths of an ounce to hundreds of pounds.
“ProtoCAM’s expanded rapid prototyping service for small metal prototypes is a response to our customers’ needs and requests,” said Ray Biery, ProtoCAM’s Managing Partner. “And it fits well with our rapid prototyping problem-solving approach. We assist customers in choosing the right tools and materials to get the small metal prototypes that meet their requirements.
ProtoCAM’s engineers and rapid prototyping experts work with customers regularly to help determine the best technology and process to achieve what customers need. Typical applications for these small metal prototypes include:
For more information about small metal prototypes, visit the Metal Prototypes page on the ProtoCAM website.
ProtoCAM is the largest rapid prototyping services provider in the eastern USA and one of the leading rapid prototype manufacturers in the world. ProtoCAM specializes in all rapid prototyping / additive manufacturing technologies, including stereolithography, selective laser sintering, urethane castings and 3D printing. In addition to their technology expertise, ProtoCAM provides professional prototype development and engineering assistance for all stages of the prototyping / product development cycle: from Concept, to CAD drawing, to Prototype, to Final Product. ProtoCAM is a 3D Systems Preferred Service Provider and a SolidWorks Manufacturing Network Partner.
For more information or to request a quote, please visit the ProtoCAM website at http://www.ProtoCAM.com.