prototyping and concept evolution
Provolution operates from Greenshields Park in Port Elizabeth. Besides offering a unique service to the immediate Nelson Mandela Bay area, we are able to work alongside companies or individuals throughout our country. We are constantly pushing our own boundaries as far as new equipment and technology is concerned and are especially excited to have our new resin 3D printer available for upcoming projects.
Our latest project involves additive manufacturing for semi-mass production. So if you need 10, 100, or a 1000 parts, let us know, and we will see if we make it work for you. More on these exciting developments soon...
Your Great Idea
Do you have a great idea or concept
you'd like to see realised?
We can help you with that!
Do you need help with CAD modelling,
Model development, or both?
We will do the specialised work for you.
Drop us a line if you have any questions
or if you would like a quote on turning
your idea into a working prototype.
If you can think it
we can make it
This was a scan and 1:1 print of the propeller (what was left of it) of the first plane to [crash] land in Port Elizabeth. The replica will be on show at the PE aviation museum. Scan was done by eNtsa.
This is a “business card” in the form of a small puzzle. The blue transparent material is tough and slightly flexible.
These items were 3D printed for Hawk62.
WIND TURBINE BLADES
As a part of my PhD studies (mechanical engineering), I researched design optimisation of small wind turbine blades. I therefore 3D printed multiple blade designs in order to perform short term testing. The maximum turbine size printed is a 3 metre diameter, 3 blade turbine. The plastic 3D printed parts are usually then internally reinforced to increase strength.