3D printing by Delta 3d
Delta 3d Designs - 3D printer in Kenora, On P0v
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Currently residing in beautiful Kenora Ontario, we are centrally located in Canada.
Have you ever broken a part on something that has effectively stopped you from using the entire thing? We can often recreate the part to get it working again!
Tasks we’ve taken on have included recreating brackets that broke on a discontinued steam shower door, custom night light shades, kids toys or replacement parts for broken toys, home decor, puzzles, custom boxes for prototyping purposes, gear sets, custom air box filters for high-performance nitro RC cars, terrain pieces for tabletop games/models, high-detail figurines and miniatures, vases, cosplay… the list and obscurities goes on and on.
Whether it be a simple box, or a high-detail miniature, we offer both FDM and SLA printing capabilities:
FDM – Fused Deposition Modelling – Extrudes a material in a particular pattern, layer by layer to create a 3D object. The material used in home 3D printers is typically plastic of one type or another.
SLA – Stereolithography Apparatus – Using light to harden or cure a material (resin in this case), layer by layer, in order to create a high-detail 3D object.
If you have any questions regarding a project, technical or otherwise, please let me know. If you're looking for a specific colour of filament, please ask. The colours we have on hand frequently change.