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Keystone 3D Technical Services Ltd. will help you turn your concept into something real. Whether it's a brand new idea that needs to be created or an existing project that needs to be improved upon, Keystone 3D has the resources that you need.

We provide in house 3D modelling and drafting services.

If you have an existing part that is too complex to measure, we have 3D scanning capabilities to help capture your design intent.

Should you require a hand held version of your concept, we can also provide that via the means of FDM and Polyjet Rapid Prototyping Technologies.

And now in addition to these services, we can also offer 2D and 3D machining and carving in soft metals, plastics and wood.

We've established relationships with experts in the fields of short term and long term part production to speed up the 'product to market' time line.

We will work with your or our lawyers to give you the piece of mind that your idea stays yours.

We believe that 3D is the future of design. We are very passionate about our work and take what we do very seriously.


 

Let us help you create.!!

 

 

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