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We are responsible for the phenomenally popular Chicago Model City on public display at the Chicago Architecture Foundation.  The entire model all 25 feet, by 35 feet, is 3D printed - so, yes, we know about this technology. We bought our first 3D printer in 2002. 

Our machines read a three-dimensional computer file generated by us or generated by our client and processed by us. 

The Form 2 prints a 0.001” (0.025mm) thick layer and uses lasers to solidify acrylic resin, each layer fused onto the layer before it. (Stereo lithography)  Form 2 parts can be black, grey, clear or white or painted the color of your choice.  A lattice of support material is generated by the machine from the same acrylic material, so generally the parts are easy to clean and finish than other 3D printing technologies. 


Maximum part size:  5.7 by 5.7 by 6.9 tall

Smallest relief detail:  0.015”

Smallest detail thickness: 0.045” (1.15 mm)

Smallest part: 0.0625” (1.59 mm)