In3D Custom 3D Printed Models and Products
Can’t Find a Part? Let us Make it for You!
In3D is a 3D print shop located in Trent Hills offering pickup and delivery to individuals and businesses in the area and shipping to the rest of Canada. We create customized products from a variety of materials and colours using several different technologies. In3D can:
- Create customized products that are difficult or expensive to make with traditional methods.
- Help save time and money by making a product faster and at a lower cost than other manufacturing processes.
- Create rapid prototypes to help test and improve a design before making a final product.
- Extend the useful life of older equipment by manufacturing replacement parts that are no longer available.
- Customize or improve existing equipment to improve function or efficiency.
- Reduce environmental impact by making products closer to where they are used.
Our capabilities include 3D printing, 3D scanning, CNC milling, laser engraving and cutting, and design.
3D printing is a method for making physical objects from digital models by adding material in thin layers. You can find 3D models on our site, online, or create your own using software like AutoCAD. The process starts with a digital model of the object you want to print, slicing the model into thin layers, and printing each layer by depositing material on top of the previous one. There are different types of 3D printing methods. In3D currently uses FDM and SLA. FDM deposits layers of thermoplastic to build a model; SLA fuses layers of liquid resin into a solid model.
3D scanning is a way of making a digital copy of a real object, such as a statue, a car, or a person, by using a device that can measure its shape and appearance. 3D scanning can help create a 3D model of the object that you can use for different purposes, such as printing. A 3D scanner that can capture the data of the object by using different methods, including laser range detection, light, or photography.
A common use for 3D scanning is to build a model of a broken or replacement part. Once the part is digitized, it can be used in CAD software to form a new, repaired, or improved design that can be manufactured.
Laser Engraving and Cutting
Laser engraving and cutting are ways of making designs or shapes from different materials by using a laser that emits a powerful beam of light. Laser engraving is the process of changing the surface of a material by burning, melting, or vaporizing it to create a pattern, image, or text. Laser cutting is the process of cutting through a material by using the laser beam as a knife. These methods are used to make products such as jewellery, signs, art, models, gears, and more. The process starts with a digital layout of the desired shape, and then uses software to create instructions for the machine.
CNC milling is a way of making shapes from hard materials like wood, metal, plastic, or stone by using a computer-controlled machine that moves a cutting tool along the surface of the material. CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control, which means that the machine follows a set of instructions based on numbers and coordinates. CNC routing is useful for making products that require precise and regular cuts, such as signs, mouldings, furniture, and art. The process starts with a digital model of the desired shape, and then uses software to convert the model into instructions for the machine.
Computer-Aided Design (CAD)
CAD uses a computer program to create or modify a design of something. CAD can be used for making designs of objects, buildings, machines, or anything else that needs to be drawn or modelled. CAD can help make a design more accurate, detailed, and easy to share. CAD can also help analyze a design for performance, strength, or efficiency.
Whether you’re developing a new prototype, replacing a hard to find part, or are looking for a full custom print, In3D is your local source. Get the benefits of 3D printing without investing in equipment, time, materials, and expertise.
- Rapid prototyping and small volume production.
- 3D Scanning to digitize and reproduce existing parts.
- Fused Deposit Modelling (FDM) using thermoplastic filament.
- Stereolithography (SLA) printing using UV-hardened resin.
- Large FDM build volume: 320 x 350 x 350 mm.
- Prints in PLA, PETG, and flexible TPU in a variety of colours, with more coming.
- Easy access for customers near Trent Hills, shipping across Canada.
We’ll work with you to get the best possible results. Call us at 705-202-1383.
Check out our growing library of useful solutions for residential and commercial applications in our shop. If you have a specific need or just want more personal service, use our Local Orders form or just start a chat.
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Our Service Area
Trent Hills is located in Ontario, Canada and contains the communities of Campbellford, Hastings, and Warkworth. We’re less than an hour away from Belleville, Cobourg, Peterborough, Port Hope, and Trenton. In3D directly serves customers throughout Central and Eastern Ontario and ships across Canada.