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johngaltrules   11/1/2011 1:45:49 PM
We've been in the business for 25 years.   http://www.metrorp.com





25th Anniversary


Metro Rapid Prototyping and Rapid Manufacturing

 

Press release:  Noblesville/Indianapolis, Indiana

Metro Rapid Prototyping is celebrating its 25th anniversary of providing customers with high quality, rapid prototyping services.  Starting with one of the first stereolithography and prototype machines in the mid 1980's Metro Rapid Prototyping has expanded its service bureau to include five 3D machines. These machines produce models 24/7 to meet our customers'  rapid prototyping and 3D printing needs.

Metro Rapid Prototyping has perfected the art of rapid prototyping.

Here is how we do it:

  • We work closely with you to insure accurate data transfer.
  • Your model is built on machines calibrated for accuracy and consistency.
  • Our experienced staff of skilled model makers cleans your stereolithography models with precision maintaining the close tolerances you expect in each part.
  • Multiple parts are produced from specially designed silicone molds.
  • Physical properties, color and texture that meet your design specifications using a large variety of urethane materials.
  • Insert molding, 2 shot molding, blow molding and extrusion models can be produced quickly without expensive tooling or long lead times.
  • Custom color and graphics to meet your most demanding requirements.
  • Casting patterns and investment cast (quickcast) patterns.

·         We understand the importance of on time delivery and consistent excellent quality.

Contact Information:

http://www.metrorp.com

317.776.6904



 

 

 

 

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