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American Concepts
in 3D Print Technology


From concept to reality, we will help you find the best 3D print technology for your project.

3D Printing

3D Scanning

Reverse Engineering

Functional Prototyping

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3D Printing

Whether you already have a 3D model you want to be printed or you need assistance creating your 3D model, we offer a range of additive manufacturing technologies and materials to guide you through the process. From presentation models to prototypes and small batch manufacturing, we have you covered.

3D Scanning & Reverse Engineering

The details captured from 3D scanning have widespread applications, including reverse engineering, prototyping, recreating obsolete parts and design comparisons.
We are able to capture small objects and complex geometries through 3D scan technology. The scanner takes snapshots of an object made up of tiny triangles which form a mesh replicating the object’s geometry in detail. The 3D model is then converted into Solidworks CAD software where we can edit and manipulate the object for improvement or replication. Contact us for pricing.

Functional Prototyping

3D print technology has made real-world product development cost efficient. Functional prototypes can take on the appearance and functionality of the final product allowing you to explore factors such as part weight, material and overall manufacturability.
Creating a functional prototype is the beginning stage of the product development process and requires anywhere from 1 to 100 parts for testing and development. Contact us for pricing.

What Our
Customers Say


Print Products

Your presentations, flyers and posters speak for you wherever they go and color makes you look like a pro. It brings your ideas to life and underscores the quality of your products or services.


Fused Deposition Modeling builds objects from the bottom up, layer-by-layer by heating and extracting thermoplastic filament. We can accommodate a build up to 12 cubic feet (2x2x3) on our FDM printers and materials include Onyx, ABS, TPU, PLA.


Stereolithography uses light instead of heat to convert photosensitive liquid into 3D solid plastics using s low-power laser and photopolymerization


Multi-Jet Fusion by HP uses PA12 material delivering a strong and functional 3D printed part. Each molten layer is printed one on top of another, allowing the layers to fuse. Great for functional prototyping!