3D Printing in Metal and Plastic Materials

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3D Printing

The Weir Biomechatronics Development Lab focuses on 3D printing services to help researchers and students prototype designs for ongoing projects.  By producing high quality metal, plastic, silicone, and carbon fiber 3D prints with resolutions up to 20 micron layers, we can bring your ideas to life with precision.

Check out the 3D printers we have available for use and more below!


Polyjet 3D printer capable of printing with 2 different materials to give varying mechanical properties throughout the part.


Objet Connex

EOS M270

Currently down for maintenance 

Direct metal, laser-sintering 3D printer capable of printing parts in maraging steel.

EOS M270 Metal 3D Printer - printing components for prosthetic devices

Metal 3d printer


Carbon fiber composite 3D printer - capable of printing in continuous carbon fiber, kevlar, fiberglass, and more.

Markforged Mark Two - Video of a test print

Carbon Fiber 3D Printer

B9 CORE 530J

Digital Light Processing micro 3D printer capable of printing in silicone.

Image of B9 Core 530J 3D Printer from B9 Creations


Laser cutter capable of scoring, cutting, and engraving hundreds of materials.

Metal 3d printer

Request Form

Please fill out the form below for print requests. A lab member will review and get back to you as soon as possible.

Biomechatronics 3D Printing Request Form
Prototype Model Status*
Which 3D printing service are you interested in?*
NOTE: Please allow at least 3 weeks from time of submission to delivery.
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