3D printing services for South Dakota
Fast, scalable, on-demand 3D printing services for South Dakota. Upload your CAD file and take your project to production in days.
Find 3D printing services for South Dakota
South Dakota is a manufacturing hub with an industrial landscape powered by investment and STEM education. Key manufacturing outputs in the state include processed foods, machinery, computers, and electronics, while South Dakotan businesses connect to the rest of the US and North America via excellent transport links. Create your next manufacturing project in South Dakota with Fast Radius 3D printing services.
Explore our 3D printing services
Fast Radius 3D printing services are designed for flexible, scalable, cost-effective manufacturing, from proof-of-concept prototyping to high volume production runs. Talk to us for engineering advice and insight. We’ll help you select the printing process that best suits your project and realize your vision with our Cloud Manufacturing Platform™ . Explore the 3D printing services we offer here:
Carbon® Digital Light Synthesis™ (DLS)
The Carbon DLS™ Process is a resin-based additive manufacturing technology, ideal for creating smaller, high fidelity parts with complex geometries, isotropic properties, and excellent surface finishes.
HP Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)
HP MJF technology is a powder-bed additive manufacturing technology capable of delivering strong, durable parts for a variety of industrial end-uses.
Stratasys fused deposition modeling (FDM)
A popular additive technology, FDM is capable of producing relatively low-cost parts with a variety of materials and finishing options.
3D printing applications
3D printing is a fast, versatile manufacturing method, with an array of commercial and industrial applications. Some of the most common applications for 3D printing include:
Proof of concept
3D printing allows developers to quickly create proof-of-concept models and test the suitability of different materials.
3D printing has a number of significant design benefits which allow for the fast, efficient production of complex parts as single consolidated units.
3D printing allows manufacturers to create functional prototypes of components and parts quickly, without the need for hard tooling or the practical constraints of a traditional manufacturing run.
3D printing can integrate customizable design elements to tailor parts for functionality and aesthetic.
3D printing allows manufacturers to scale production runs to exact market demands, without minimum order quantities or capital costs for tooling.
3D printing is particularly effective for manufacturing smaller, high detail components, offering speed and cost advantages over traditional production methods.
Why choose 3D printing?
There are plenty of reasons to choose 3D printing for your manufacturing project, and we can help you decide if it suits your project’s needs. Explore the key benefits and challenges of the 3D printing process:
|Speed||3D printed parts can be created quickly and efficiently.|
|Cost effectiveness||Low set-up and finishing costs make the 3D printing process cheaper than subtractive or injection manufacturing methods.|
|On-demand||3D printed parts can be created on-demand – reducing the cost of and need for physical storage.|
|Complex geometry||3D printing is capable of producing highly complex geometries and surface detailing that can’t be achieved with other methods.|
|Strength and performance||3D printing materials offer surprising strength and durability, and can be used in a variety of high-performance applications.|
|Sustainability||3D printing minimizes waste by using only the material needed to produce the part.|
|Part size||The size of 3D printed parts is restricted to the capacity of the build area.|
|Production volume||Depending on the order, 3D printing may be less cost effective per part when scaled-up for large production runs.|
|Material availability||Only certain materials are suitable for the 3D printing process, which may restrict possibilities for some manufacturing projects.|
|Post-processing work||3D printed parts often need support struts removed after the print. Parts may also need to be cured, cleaned with chemicals, sanded, or rinsed.|
Why choose Fast Radius for 3D printing?
The factory of the future
The Fast Radius Cloud Manufacturing Platform™ combines digital design technology with the expertise of our team to make your project possible. Design your parts in the cloud, and ship on demand from our Virtual Warehouse™.
Ordering your 3D printed parts in South Dakota
Create a Fast Radius account, upload your CAD file, and choose your 3D printing service.
Apply automated manufacturing insight to optimize your project for quality and cost.
Receive your quote
Receive an instant quote, reflecting your design specifications and your finishing and inspection requirements.
Place your order
Place your order to begin production. When it’s ready, we’ll let you know that we’re packaging and shipping your parts.
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Fast Radius manufacturing capabilities
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