Services & Training


With more complicated geometries, we are able to 3D scan the surface of the object and reproduce the 3D model on the computer. The 2 main uses of this technology is reverse engineering an existing object (essentially copying something that already exists), or scanning an object to which you want your designed product to fit to.


This is the core of the business. By using additive manufacturing we are able to provide various advantages to our clients: Firstly we can quickly iterate through physical prototypes in order to fast track the design development, while providing a hands on experience. Secondly, we can produce practical parts in a fraction of the turn around time of conventional manufacturing methods. Lastly, we can provide agile limited production of parts while market testing and developing the product.


We are able to produce just about any geometry using Rhino 3D CAD. From 3D scan development to concept iterations, with feedback from the client, we can develop exactly what you want or have in mind. And if you don’t quite know what you need, we can develop a product for you from your idea and requirements.


Are you looking to incorporate 3D printing into your business? We can guide you through the whole experience, from selecting the correct equipment, to setting up your equipment, to in-house training. Once complete, your staff will be fully equipped to operate and utilise your new equipment.


Online and in person training. We can offer from introductory to more advanced hands-on courses. Or perhaps you want something tailor-made to suit your own requirements?


If you would like to up-skill yourself or your team in 3D design and printing, enquire about specialised training or register to join a workshop.

Scheduled courses in collaboration with eNtsa include:

Introductory Online Course (R3500) : 2 morning sessions (8h30 – 13h00), includes a complementary 3D printer and a reel of filament.

Intermediate Online Course (R3500) : 2 morning sessions (8h30 – 13h00), includes samples of various FDM printed materials.

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