We assist companies with
3D Printing for Parts, Prototyping, and Manufacturing
in a few easy steps, bring your ideas to life.
We assist companies in
3D Printing for Parts, Prototyping, & Mfg
With a few easy steps, bring your ideas to life.
Parts in as Fast as 2 Days
Parts in as Fast as 2 Days
How It Works
How It Works
1. Upload Model
Click through to the quote form. Upload your STEP, STL, STP, SLDPRT, or X_T file. If you have more than one, please ZIP them up before uploading.
2. Choose Material
Select a material based on the properties and finish you’re looking for. If we don’t have a particular material, please choose ‘Other’ and we will contact you.
3. Receive Parts
Our manufacturing experts will print your part and ship it out. You will receive an email when your part starts to print and a tracking number when it has shipped.
Our team includes CADD designers, additive manufacturing engineers, and 3D printing technicians who specialize in developing prototypes to specification.
As a Materic company, DANAE also benefits from our skilled team of experts with decades of combined experience in advanced materials manufacturing, mechanical and chemical engineering, and polymer and materials science.
Technology & Materials
DANAE’s 5,000+ sq.ft. facility in Baltimore, MD houses a full suite of SLS, SLA, FDM, and DLP 3D printing technologies.
Choose from a wide variety of materials, from nylon and wax cast, to PLA and carbon fiber- reinforced ABS. Don’t know which material is right for your application? Not a problem. Our experts can walk you through materials selection and post-processing options, to make sure you get the correct properties and finish for your part.
Go to market faster with DANAE’s expert design and engineering CADaaS (CAD as a Service) team – even if you don’t have a 3D CAD file.
Reverse engineering is the process of taking an existing physical object and creating a 3D CAD model. Our services team can quickly 3D scan small parts or large objects, on- or off-site, to create CAD for prototypes and legacy parts.
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
Selective laser sintering (SLS) 3D printing is trusted by engineers and manufacturers across different industries for its ability to produce strong, functional parts. Low cost-per-part, high productivity, and established materials make the technology ideal for a range of applications from rapid prototyping to small-batch, bridge, or custom manufacturing. As the unfused powder supports the part during printing, there’s no need for dedicated support structures. This makes SLS ideal for complex geometries, including interior features, undercuts, thin walls, and negative features.
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
Also known as fused filament fabrication (FFF), FDM is the most widely used method of 3D printing at the consumer level, fueled by the emergence of hobbyist 3D printers. This technique is well-suited for basic proof-of-concept models and quick, low-cost prototyping of simple parts, such as parts that might typically be machined.
Invented in the 1980s, SLA was the world’s first 3D printing technology. It is still one of the most popular technologies for professionals today. SLA printing produces parts with the highest resolution and accuracy, the clearest details, and the smoothest surface finishes. Resin 3D printing is a great option for highly detailed prototypes requiring tight tolerances and smooth surfaces, such as molds, patterns, and functional parts. SLA parts can also be highly polished and/or painted after printing, resulting in client-ready parts with custom finishes.
Digital Light Processing (DLP)
DLP uses a screen or projector to cure entire layers of resin at once. The process is fast and affordable per part and is used often for orthotics, dentistry, and lost wax casting. Our material capabilities include hard plastics, soft plastics, and casting materials. We can help you choose a material or use a specified material for larger batches.