Additive

Prototypes

When prototyping with additive manufacturing, you can bypass the lead times that halt the process of conventional toolmaking. Start with nothing and layer-by-layer you create a customized, viable solution. Additive manufacturing boasts unmatched lead times as well as competitive pricing.

QuickTap® Oil Tank

Wilson Tool developed an in-machine tap reservoir from a rigid polymer. This saved 45 hours in post secondary operations, while producing a quality part.

DrawLite™

It took several protypes to create the ideal DrawLite™ bow illuminator. Thanks to additive manufacturing, the troubleshooting phase was as painless as possible, and the product was able to go from designed to shipped in a fraction of the time it would have taken with a mold.

Additively Manufactured Solutions

Solv3D® is Wilson Tool’s additively manufactured solutions for fabricators and manufactures. 3D printed support parts can replace end-use parts that have traditionally been manufactured out of steel or plastic. Each solution is designed by an engineer who determines the best design, style of printing and material to ensure the quality of the tool meets customers’ expectations.
 
Solv3D solutions are ideal for prototypes, jigs or fixtures, or mold created parts. Our 3D process provides the ability to make complex parts with the flexibility to facilitate modifications quickly. The world is your oyster — we’ll use 3D processes to facilitate your imagination.

  • To check out our Solv3D® solutions, click here.
  • Click here to view more Bend3D® applications.

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Additive Catalog Cover
Welcome to the Future Catalog
Solv3D Video
If You Can Imagine It, We Can Make It: Solv3D®

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