EULESS, TEXAS (Oct. 26, 2:45 p.m. ET) — PartSnap, a start-up company that carries out 3D printing, laser scanning and urethane casting, has started offering its service to users in North Texas.
PartSnap uses Objet PolyJet technology to produce 3D plastic models suitable for testing and design validation, or for producing artistic, architectural or medical models. The company said it also offers 3D laser scanning as a means of transferring legacy designs into modern 3D CAD data. Urethane casting can be used to produce multiple models of a design prior to investing in permanent tooling, PartSnap said in an Oct. 20 news release.
PartSnap said it was founded partly in response to the lack of accessibility to rapid prototyping technology for small businesses and individual innovators. The company, which is run by husband-and-wife team Michael and Lauren Moussa, said it aims to make its services accessible and affordable.
PartSnap will now be able to service businesses in the Dallas/Fort Worth and greater North Texas area.