We Make It, Easy

Specializing in Automotive, Aeronautical and Industrial 3D Printing Needs

You know that friend you can always count on? That’s us.

From custom 3D drawings to precision scanning and printing, Pamton 3D makes life easier with our reliable, full-service capabilities.

Our Process

1) It all starts with a brilliant idea.

2) That idea and a basic sketch go to an engineer, who draws it into an STL file.

3) Next, the STL file is sent to your friends at Pamton 3D. If you don’t have an STL file, you can send the idea to us and we can help you put it in 3D.

4) We make a prototype and send it to you for changes or approval.

5) Once approved, we put the project into production and keep you updated on the progress.

6) The items are shipped, and a beautiful working relationship begins.

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Ceramic Printing

(SLA - Stereolithography Apparatus)

SLA is a form of 3D printing technology used for creating models, prototypes, patterns, and production parts in a layer by layer fashion using photochemical processes by which light causes chemical monomers to link together to form polymers.

MATERIALS USED

Resins

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Porcelite

A photo-curing porcelain ceramic composite resin for SLA/DLP or other 3D printers with a UV light source

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Ferrolite

A photo-curing iron composite resin for use either in green composite state where it is magnetic receptive or sintered to pure iron

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Vitrolite

A photo-curable glass ceramic resin. Low kiln fire for high strength, high density and low porosity. Glassy white surface

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Genesis™ Development Resin Base

For experimental use in developing photo curable resins. Does not 3D print as is but provides a starting point for photopolymer resin research and development incorporating solid powders

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Castalite

A photo-curing ceramic composite resin for SLA/DLP or other 3D printers with a UV light source, formulated for metal castin

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Flexalite

A clear flexible polymer resin. The degree of flexibility/rigidity is directly related to the thickness of the design.

Filament Printing

(FDM - Fused Deposition Modeling)

FDM works on an "additive" principle by laying down material in layers; a plastic filament or metal wire is unwound from a coil and supplies material to produce a part. Thus, FDM is also known as a solid-based AM technology

MATERIALS USED

Plastics

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Polycarbonate*

This heavy-duty thermoplastic filament is one of the most common 3D printing materials used in the industry. It is recommended for high-strength applications.

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PLA

This premium bioplastic product is made from renewable natural resources and is biodegradable. This blend is made with a high-heat, high-impact grade of PLA developed for applications typically used with materials like ABS, while retaining biodegradability.

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ABS

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene filament is one of the most common 3D printing materials used in the industry. It is recommended for high-strength applications.

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PETG

Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol modified filament provides the resilience of ABS with some features of PLA material, allowing for a better 3D print.

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Fibers

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Nylon Fiber

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Carbon Fiber

Elastomerics

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Ninja Flex

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Dupond

Rubber-like, for a range of applications requiring non-slip or soft surfaces

Additionals

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Ceramic

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Wax

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Metal

PolyJet Printing

PolyJet is a powerful 3D printing technology that produces smooth, accurate parts, as well as prototypes and tooling. With microscopic layer resolution and accuracy down to 0.1 mm, it can produce thin walls and complex geometries using the widest range of materials available with any technology.

SPECS

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Build Size

294 x 192 x 148.6 mm (11.57 x 7.55 x 5.85 in.)

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Layer Thickness

16 microns (Accuracy - mm (0.0039 in.) varies depending on geometry, size, orientation, material and post-processing method

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Build Resolution

X-axis: 600 dpi; Y-axis: 600 dpi; Z-axis: 1600 dpi

MATERIALS USED

Rigid Opaque

(Vero family)

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Transparent

(VeroClear) for clear and tinted products with great dimensional stability and surface smoothness

Bio-compatible

(MED610) for medical-device prototyping

What We Offer

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Prototyping

This technology is a cost-effective means for functional prototypes in small business since it's capable of fabricating robust parts accurately and quickly.

Whether you have an invention or just a hobby, we can help!  Our prototyping program can assist you in developing your product for the real-world market. We can replicate scale models of nearly anything. Design the project and we will build it.

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Lost Wax Technique for Casting

Also called investment casting, this is the process by which a duplicate metal sculpture is cast from an original sculpture. Intricate works can be achieved by this method.

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Custom 3D Drawings

We can help you craft the file necessary in order to print your vision

The “tooling” that our process requires is a three-dimensional computer model. This could be a solid model from a CAD package such as Solidworks© or it could be a CT or laser scan of a physical part. If you need assistance in creating any of these models, Pamton has both engineers and designers on staff that can assist you.

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Precision 3D Scanning

Pamton 3D offers full-color, high-resolution 3D scanning services that capture the exact contours and dimensions of an object to create a digital model. By reproducing the real-world object, you can modify its design, compare the scan to the original CAD, design form-fitting aftermarket parts, or recreate discontinued parts. You can 3D print and machine your model or convert to parametric CAD with our reverse engineering services.