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Makelab Brings On-Demand 3D Printing Services from NYC to San Francisco

The on-demand 3D printing platform is expanding.

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Makelab, an on-demand 3D printing service based in New York City, has announced the launch of its newest location in San Francisco. As the only local on-demand 3D printing service in San Francisco, Makelab SF is set to transform the way businesses approach rapid prototyping and production.

Since its founding, Makelab's New York City location has become a cornerstone of the city's design, engineering, and hardware landscape. Over the past seven years, the company has successfully completed more than 150,000 parts for some 15,000 clients, helping startups and established companies alike bring their products to market.

The company’s expertise in producing high-quality parts, prototypes, and volume production runs has made it a potential partner for clients in the consumer products, robotics, hardware development, and medical device industries. 

Located strategically to serve the dynamic San Francisco tech and hardware scene, Makelab SF provides local businesses with the convenience of rapid prototyping without the constraints associated with distant production facilities. The local presence ensures that clients can enjoy same-day pickups and expedited services, allowing for faster iteration and innovation cycles.

Makelab offers a range of 3D printing services, including SLA, FDM, MJF, and VCJ technologies, and over 15 different materials. With this bi-costal presence, Makelab is uniquely positioned to serve the two largest and most dynamic cities in the United States. The doors officially opened Tuesday May 28, 2024.

For more information, visit makelab.com.

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