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MAKE-PARTS.com 

4071 Silvestri Lane, Suite B-2, Las Vegas, Nevada, 89120, United States

About

We are a one stop source for all your prototyping and custom parts needs. From 3-D Printed Models to CNC machined and Laser cut parts, we can help you find a solution. We enable you, the Inventors, the Hobbyists, Architects, and Product Designers to upload your 2D 3D CAD Designs and convert them into physical models or parts. Conversly, we can take your existing models or parts, scan them, and covert the data back into a 3D or 2D CAD File. Additive Manufacturing / 3D Printing While rapid prototyping dominates current uses, 3D printing offer tremendous potential for production applications as well. The technology also finds use in the jewellery, footwear, industrial design, architecture, automotive, aerospace, dental and medical industries. Injection Molding Plastic injection molding provides low cost at moderate to large quantities. It is an extremely versatile process for producing a wide range of simple or complex plastic parts with a good finish. Almost any 2D or 3D shape can be achieved. Subtractive Manufacturing With such a wide variety of new products being developed every day, it is impossible for all of them to be produced through conventional additive fabrication (AF) methods. Some factors that would not allow AF are: specific material need, end use requirements of the parts, or explicit tolerance demands. It is in these cases that other means of producing parts must be explored. Laser Manufacturing Whether it's laser engraving or laser cutting, this technology is a flexible way to make parts and produce finished products. The achievable precision of engraving and the finished edge produced by cutting make it the perfect solution in many applications from stencils to fine art pieces. Reverse Engineering 3D model scanning could benefit the design process if: Increase effectiveness working with complex parts and shapes. Help with design of products to accommodate someone else's part. If CAD models are outdated, a 3D scan will provide an updated version Replacement of missing or older parts Thermoforming Vacuum forming offers a low cost way to mold sheet material. Shapes that can be made by vacuum forming include 3D shapes where the sides are sloped (like a plastic drinking cup) so that the formed part can be removed from the mold. In vacuum forming, features on the side of the shape are very limited as they can prevent release from the mold. Examples of parts made by vacuum forming include trays, enclosures, cups, cup lids, packaging clamshells, auto interior panels, utensil trays, etc. Die-Casting Pressure die casting is a process where metal is melted and forced into steel dies. The metal hardens into the desired shape. Molten metal is injected into a die cavity through a channel by movement of a plunger. After a preset solidification time, the plunger reverses direction and the part is ejected. Some examples of use of die casting include engine blocks, toy components, bushings, levers, gears, and assorted parts used in the automotive, aerospace and medical industries, etc.

Our Work

Manufacturing Capabilities

Equipment

1 Femco HL 25 8” Chuck 19” between centers

10 ton crane

14x60 Graziano Sag 14

50 Tons Injection Machines

Chiron 3D Printer

cnc 5000 rpm spindle

Fanuc Robodrill - 5 axis

GTAW, FCAW, GMAW, SMAW

Haas Mini-Mill

Haas VF3

Hardinge Model talent 8/52A CNC lathe, Hardinge model VMC 1000 3axis mill

Magnesium

robotics

Surface grinders: 1 set

Thermoforming

Trumpf 3030 Laser

Zinc

Company Details

Employees

<10

MFG Member Since

02/02/2017

Location

United States

Languages

English

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