Albion, Australia (PressExposure) April 02, 2012 -- 3D Prototyping now provides its services in a variety of materials, in order to offer a lot more functionality and structural testing of the models. At 3D Prototyping you will experience higher level of efficiency, due to the great level of automation, by having your prototypes CNC in a diversity of materials, which in many cases may prove to be more cost effective than stereolithography or a 3D printed model. Just contact the 3D Prototyping team and send an IGES, STEP or X_T file and you will receive a quote in no time! Furthermore, with the new "Request a Quote" section of the website, you are now able to upload larger and multiple files, in order to receive an accurate quote!
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