... the digital revolution
For the highest quality and quickest turnaround
Whether you need a one off prototype for testing or a large run of your final product, Keech 3D Advanced Manufacturing can print exactly what you need.
Do you have an idea but not sure where to go? Our one stop service can turn your idea into reality. Let our team of engineers help you develop your product and bring it to market.
Utilising the latest blue light scanning technology, Keech 3D can offer a scanning solution tailored to your needs. Reverse engineering becomes a truly practical option, with extremely accurate CAD models generated from detailed scan data.
Keech 3D uses sophisticated 3D modelling software to product and manipulate complex 3D forms. This gives us the ability to:
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Keech 3D's prototyping service can speed up your entire production cycle by allowing for affordable, fast, one off production for functional testing in real world environments.
Prototypes can be 3D printed in a range of materials, cut in our 5-axis CNC machine or crafted by hand using traditional techniques. Our unique blend of traditional skills and cutting edge technologies puts the world of prototyping at your fingertips.
With over 100 years of combined experience, our trade qualified patternmakers produce sand casting patterns to the highest standard. While the introduction of CAD technology, 3D printers and extremely accurate CNC cutting machines have revolutionised our industry, the time honoured skills of the master craftsman remain a very necessary and important part of our business.
Our team is experienced in producing patterns from various materials including wood, resin, tooling board, fibreglass, metal and polystyrene.
Tooling can also be created for a range of manufacturing processes including:
Using digital manufacturing for short run tooling is a cost effective way to bring products to market very quickly.
Keech 3D produces end use parts for a variety of industries using the digital manufacturing process. This method of manufacturing reduces costs, allows for greater customisation, improves product quality and performance and drastically reduces production cycle times.
Additional benefits of digital manufacturing include: