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Rapid Prototyping

Whether you have a CAD drawing, a sketch or just an idea, we’ll develop the right prototype manufacturing solution for your business. Once we have your design, we’ll ship your fully-functional 3D printed prototypes in as little as one day.

If you need a new design from the ground up, you may be interested in our product design and engineering services.

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3D Printing

Genesis Prototyping and Manufacturing offers a wide range of 3D printing services to ensure that you always have the right solution for your project.


Whether your business needs parts, prototypes or consumer products, 3D metal and plastic printing can add value throughout product development and production.

3D Laser Sintering Station
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Selective Laser Sintering

Selective laser sintering (SLS) is an industrial 3D printing process that produces accurate prototypes and functional production parts in as fast as 1 day. Multiple nylon-based materials and a thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) are available, which create highly durable final parts that require heat resistance, chemical resistance, flexibility, or dimensional stability. With SLS 3D printing, no support structures are required making it easy to nest multiple parts into a single build and an economical solution for when higher volumes of 3D-printed parts are required.

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Fused Disposition Modeling

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM or also known as FFF) is one of the most common and known methods of 3D printing.


It is the one technology that offers the ability to use a wide variety of known engineering-grade thermoplastic materials commonly used in injection molding. This allows users to additively manufacture production parts with materials they are familiar with or test 3D printed prototypes using the same material they plan to use in injection molding.

High quality 3D materials including Metals, Polymers, and Composites

We offer extensive material options and expert advice to help guide you through every stage of the production process.

Metals | Polymers | Composites

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