Company InformationSD3D was founded on January 2014. The company is based in San Diego, CA, USA . The number of employees in SD3D is less than 10. Sd3d is an additive manufacturing company that provides automated 3d printing solutions for the commercial and industrial markets.
Here is how SD3D describes itself: "SD3D offers rapid prototyping & high volume 3D printing services. Online 3D print to order with local 3D printing service in San Diego, Los Angeles & Dallas"
Funding & investorsSD3D has received 3 rounds of venture funding. The total funding amount is less than $0.5M.
- TIG Investments LLC (Angel group)
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SD3D - Blog
- 3D Printing with ABS vs PLA
- 3d Prints are Disrupting Manufacturing
- Nylon 3D Printing
- FDM 3D Printing
- 3D Printing Custom Displays for Conventions and Tradeshows
- Annealed PLA 3D Printed Parts
PLA and ABS are the most widely used FDM 3d printing materials in the World. Designers and hobbyists are all interested in knowing which material is better than the other. Which material do you think is better among the two? The answer of course is not so black and white. It depends on the application. We’ll cover all the differentiating aspects of ABS vs PLA in great detail throughout this article.The post 3D Printing with ABS vs PLA appeared first on SD3D Printing.
3d printing is dramatically changing the way we manufacture products. End-use parts production using 3d printing is already the fastest growing area in the manufacturing industry. Industrial 3d printing is about to reach its tipping point and will soon go on to revolutionize the economy. With the addition of numerous new materials and hardware options available, 3d printing is on its way to disrupting the manufacturing industry. Let us have a look at the 5 ways 3d printing is already in use today and disrupting industries…The post 3d Prints are Disrupting Manufacturing appeared first on SD3D Printing.
Nylon is one of the most popular materials in the 3d printing industry. It is also known as Polyamide and is usually found in the variants PA 11 and PA 12. Nylon filament offers great toughness and flexibility. Many nylon copolymers also exist which modify the strength and rigidity of the material to meet specific application requirements. The most suitable technology for 3d printing Nylon is SLS. Nylon PA 11 is more flexible while PA 12 provides great mechanical properties making it ideal for functional prototypes.The post Nylon 3D Printing appeared first on SD3D Printing.
Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) or Fused Filament Fabrication (FFM), is a 3d printing process that produces durable objects out of the same plastic that we see in everyday products. Furthermore, FDM processes industrial-grade thermoplastic materials. That’s what makes resulting parts so tough and durable when properly processed. FDM 3d printing is the most cost-effective way of producing thermoplastic parts and prototypes.The post FDM 3D Printing appeared first on SD3D Printing.
With the introduction of Large Format 3D printing, creating very large, high quality scale models is now possible. Every company is looking for a unique way to grab more attention while showcasing their brand and one of the best ways to do that is incorporating high quality 3D printing into custom displays for conventions and tradeshows. Learn about how we create high quality custom displays for conventions and trade shows to help provide a branding edge vs your competition.The post 3D Printing Custom Displays for Conventions and Tradeshows appeared first on SD3D Printing.
When polylactic acid (PLA) is annealed under properly controlled conditions, it provides a significantly stiffer and stronger part with increased heat deflection temperatures. Strength is found to increase by up to 40% and stiffness can be shown to increase up to 25%. Parts made from annealed PLA outperform polycarbonate (PC) and SLS nylon PA2200 in XY axis strength. Furthermore, annealed PLA parts have demonstrated heat deflection temperatures of up to 180°C, equal to that of Ultem. This enhanced strength along with a higher glass transition temperature, allows for a much broader set of practical applications.The post Annealed PLA 3D Printed Parts appeared first on SD3D Printing.