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Creating custom 3D Printed pieces.
From small prototypes to full-size inventions.
Have an idea of what you would like to have created?
What can be 3D Printed for my business or home?
Fashion, mechanical, figurines, art sculptures, and prototypes are just a few types of projects that can be printed. The technology is not limited to a particular industry or area.
Print Functional Prototypes - You can use 3D printing for prototypes or one-of-a-kind items. Let us bring your ideas to life!
Create Custom Accessories - Want to design your own smartphone case with your company logo or a keychain for your patients? Most items that are smaller than a breadbox and can be made out of plastic are perfect for 3D printing.
Have an idea for improving any of your Visual Training Equipment?
Have a part on a machine that needs to be replaced or fixed?
Hummingbird Hues, LLC is now offering 3D Printed Products and an opportunity for you to create your own 3D Creation!
What is 3D printing?
3D Printing is a process to create things. These things are built by material being deposited one layer at a time with precise positioning. 3D printing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file.
3D printing has been used to create car parts, smartphone cases, fashion accessories, medical equipment and artificial organs. From the aerospace industry, to medical modeling and implantation, to prototyping of all kinds, 3D printing is being used by virtually every major industry on the planet in one way or another.
The medical industry has also taken advantage of 3D printing's ability to make unique objects that might otherwise be tough to build using traditional methods. U.S. surgeons implanted a 3D-printed skull piece to replace 75 percent of a patient's skull during an operation in March 2013. Researchers also built a 3D-printed ear mold that served as the framework for a bioengineered ear with living cells. Besides 3D printing hands, arms and legs, there has also been 3D printed prosthetics for animals of all kinds, including a titanium jaw for a turtle, a shell for a tortoise, and legs for ducks, geese and even canines.