Protolabs

Want to be one of the first to get your parts made on our X Line 2000R machine?

Digital manufacturing is all about innovative production processes and speed. Our new large-format metal 3D-printing service will use GE Additive’s XLine 2000R to produce Inconel 718 parts as large as 31.5 in. x 15.7 in. x 19.7 in.—perfect for aerospace, industrial, or medical applications—starting late summer 2020. We have more than 30 dedicated metal additive machines producing parts in our ISO 9001-and AS9100-certified facility, so we’re ready to take on any of your metal 3D printing needs.

Let us contact you today to learn more about your large format metal additive project needs and determine how we can support.

Additional Resources

Check out these additional resources we have at Protolabs
Design Considerations for Overmolding and Insert Molding
White Paper
Injection Molding Basics: An Intro to Designing Molded Parts
Webinar
How to Reduce Injection Molding Costs
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Protolabs

Want to be one of the first to get your parts made on our X Line 2000R machine?

Digital manufacturing is all about innovative production processes and speed. Our new large-format metal 3D-printing service will use GE Additive’s XLine 2000R to produce Inconel 718 parts as large as 31.5 in. x 15.7 in. x 19.7 in.—perfect for aerospace, industrial, or medical applications—starting late summer 2020. We have more than 30 dedicated metal additive machines producing parts in our ISO 9001-and AS9100-certified facility, so we’re ready to take on any of your metal 3D printing needs. 

Let us contact you today to learn more about your large format metal additive project needs and determine how we can support.

Check out our new GE Additive X Line machine arriving at our 3D printing facility in Raleigh!

Check out our new GE Additive X Line machine arriving at our 3D printing facility in Raleigh!