Whatever Your Application, ProdEX Technologies Have You Covered
More Available Technologies in One Place
At 3Diligent, we have built your neighborhood machine shop in the cloud. With a wide range of technologies and materials from which to choose, we deliver custom parts on-time and to-spec for fair prices through our secure online portal.
We can do more for you than your typical local machine shop. By networking machine shops everywhere, we can give you the power of a full-contract manufacturing solution when you want it, and the affordability and convenience of a nearby machine shop when you don’t. We offer a variety of manufacturing technologies including 3D printing, CNC machining, casting, and injection molding.
We are committed to providing the highest levels of quality and the highest levels of customer service. That means delivering great parts on time, every time.
Ideal for rapid iteration of product designs, custom tooling, replacement parts, or production runs of highly customized and complex parts. Our 3D printing services include extrusion, powder bed fusion, vat photopolymerization, material jetting, binder jetting, sheet lamination, and directed-energy deposition.
Highly accurate and precise, CNC machining is an optimal method for projects with very tight tolerances and moderate quantities. Our CNC machining services include multi-axis platforms across a range of milling, turning, routing, boring, braiding, and EDM.
Making metal or plastic parts by mechanically deforming stock materials allows for rapidly producing a variety of main and auxiliary components
Capable of producing parts at the highest upfront, but with the lowest variable cost, our injection-molding solution suits large volume orders across a range of plastics and resins.
FINISHING AND INSPECTION
We offer a variety of post-processing options to provide to-spec parts with high-quality surface finishes. Finishing options include non-destructive inspection, abrasive blast, peening, hand sanding, and polishing.
Similar to the subtractive manufacturing nature of machining, cutting tools give clearance angles to the workpiece to avoid dragging or catching the material.
Punching technologies create holes in the workpiece with a tool and die made of tungsten carbide or similarly tough metal.