Boca Raton, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/18/2014 -- When it comes to machining parts, the process is extensive. From designing a prototype to manufacturing the part, the finished product must meet all desired specifications and requirements. To ensure their design meets and exceeds expectations, Wire Technologies is pleased to announce they have added 3D printing services to their South Florida machine shop. 3D printing is an innovative technology that adds tremendous value to all machining needs.
Wire Technologies is honored to create 3D prototypes for a number of clients involved in varying industries. Whether needing a design for the aerospace industry, automotive, energy, metal, or injection molding space, the prototype will be a high quality replica of what will be manufactured. With their offering of 3D printing in South Florida, the company utilizes their Makerbot Replicator 2X 3D Printer, which is capable of printing sizes of up to 9.8 x 6.3 x 5.9.
With the ability to print both the resistant ABS plastic, as well as the more brittle PLA plastic, the printer effectively creates a digital prototype as a unique, solid model. For first run prototypes, the printer lets clients see the design, and hold it in their hands. While industries vary, the printer’s scale is adjusted to accommodate the size of the desired part.
As a growing company, this reliable and professional machine shop in South Florida offers a number of services for their valued clientele. From EDM and CNC machining services to the custom manufacturing of complex parts, Wire Technologies can create any desired shape. They are in constant communication to ensure they are producing a part meeting the requirements of the client. To hear more about their services, please contact their company today.
About Wire Technologies
Wire Technologies operates out of a 5,000 square foot facility in Boca Raton, Florida, where they are a full service EDM machining shop. As every industry has different requirements for machine cutting, Wire Technologies serves medical fields, military, aerospace, metal stamping, energy, oil & gas, and many more. They are located less than one mile off of Interstate 95, offering CNC capabilities (in addition to EDM Machining). They work with their customers for complete satisfaction, servicing one part or many parts, no job is too big or small. With their facility, they can repair products, enhance existing products, or design new products.
For more information, please visit http://www.wire-tech.org/.