TriMech enables designers to convert their ideas into real end-use products and prototypes, getting to market before the competition.

Need a prototype but not ready to invest in a printer? Let us produce a prototype for you.

Learn How It Works

Beginner’s Guide to TriMech RP Services

Whether it’s a one-off printing job, overflow printing or a prototype we can help! Learn how our process can work for you.


  • FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) – High and engineering grade thermoplastics
  • PolyJet (Multi-Material Inkjet Style) – High resolution, flexible, clear and even full color
  • SLA (Stereolithography) – High resolution, great for clear and large batches
  • SLS (Selective Laser Sintering) – Strong nylon, great for batch runs
  • DMLS (Direct Metal Laser Sintering) – Steel, aluminum, titanium and nickel
  • MJF (HP Multi-Jet Fusion) – Attractive black finish, strong nylon parts
  • 3-4 axis Computer Numerical Control (CNC) small batches
  • Urethane castings
  • Short-run injection molding – Low quantity, rapid tools for early development
  • Finishing options – painting, sanding, hardware placement, etc.
  • Reverse engineering *available upon request
  • FDM – ABS, ASA, PC-ABS, PC, Nylon 12, Nylon 12CF, ULTEM 9085, ULTEM 1010
  • PolyJet – Acrylic-Based Photopolymer Resins that include: White, Black, Grey, Blue, Colors, Clear, Simulated Polypropylene, Simulated ABS, Simulated Rubber
  • SLA – White & Clear Photopolymer Resin
  • SLS – White Nylon, Glass Filled Nylon 12, Carbon Filled Nylon 12, Alumide
  • HP MJF – Black Nylon
  • DMLS – Various Steels, Aluminum, Titanium, Nickel
  • Assembly of prototype systems
  • Low-run final assembly of production systems
  • Testing for form, fit and function post-assembly

With our technologies, the possibilities are endless

Handling Your Problems

We were struggling with printing a part for a patient in Nylon; which is challenging material. It was an easy process to call Adam and have a part in our hands very quickly.

Brian Burkhart

McGuire VAMC

Sharing Our Experience

TriMech provided exceptional support. Whether it’s discussing design/modeling ideas or material options/tradeoffs, it’s hard to find better knowledge and experience. There are many places to go for 3D printed parts, but finding someone better would be difficult.

Matt Wilcox

Senior Mechanical Engineer, G3 Technologies