FASTSIGNS expands services with 3D printing

FASTSIGNS of Milwaukee-Glendale has added 3D printing to its pool of services and is the first location in the international FASTSIGNS network to introduce the innovation.

 

Through a 3D CAD or stereolithography file, the company can convert a conceptual design into an actual object. The company’s 3D printing capabilities can produce functional prototypes, architectural models, replacement parts, awards, and branded promotional products among others.

“At FASTSIGNS of Milwaukee-Glendale, we’re always looking for ways to exceed our customers’ expectations,” said owner Robb Schmit. “With our new 3D printer, we’re able to provide the advanced technology of 3D printing at a local level. Whether you’re a product designer, an architect, a manufacturing engineer or just a creative thinker, we can help your ideas become reality.”

FASTSIGNS of Milwaukee-Glendale, which is independently owned and operated, also specializes in the creation and installation of custom banners, tradeshow displays, site signs, labels and decals, car and truck graphics, window graphics, architectural signs, safety signs and more, according to its website.

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