Put 3D Printing to Work for You
A good print starts with a good design.
Whether you have zero design experience or just need some help adding the finishing touches, our experienced designers can help.
From specialty pieces, to prototypes, to a cool gift or piece of artwork, we can work with you to create a custom design that will result in the perfect print.
When working with a new design client, we start with a consultation. Whether you prefer to come into our office or communicate by Skype, email, or phone, we can discuss your vision, your end goal, and how we can help you bridge that gap.
After our meeting, we will get to work designing your model, keeping you up-to-date on our progress along the way. Once we have a working design printed, you will have the chance to let us know if you want to make any changes or tweaks. This process continues until the design is just what you envision. If you want to test different iterations, we can print a couple different test versions as well.
Find Our Designs Online
If you already have a design, we will be happy to print it for you. With our Stratasys uPrint Se Plus, MakerBot Replicator 5th Generation, and Fusion 306 Dual Head printers, we can find the perfect combination of print quality and materials to fit any budget.
What our customers are saying:
“Steve and Spectra3D Technologies were wonderful to work with. We appreciated their responsive, personal attention, and the renderings they developed for us will be invaluable as we grow our business.” – Jessie Shires, Owner, Bike-Ready
“I was very happy to have persevered in a weeklong search through 3D Printers located near Asheville, and online, to have found your shop. The models you created were contentedly received by my client, and will form the basis of subsequent phases of the work. Thank You.” – Allan Clark, IronCastles
“Spectra3D helped us develop our blog’s 2D robot mascot into a 3D figurine so we could take it with us to appearances. The 3D robot is a great addition to our table; we love having it and our readers enjoy seeing the mascots come alive.” – Sarah and Jim, stuffmonsterslike.com