Why Choose Advanced Design Concepts (ADC)?

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           Sound engineering is the key to a successful product.  At Advanced Design Concepts (ADC) we have a team of experienced engineers with proven success in a wide variety of markets.  We have supported several entrepreneurs to transform their ideas to manufacturable products.  Industry leaders and Fortune 500 companies entrust ADC to provide engineering solutions for their design challenges.  

          ADC can bring your idea from concept to production quickly and effectively, or simply assist with one aspect of the product development process (all under one roof). Many steps go into a successful product, and at ADC we design with manufacturing in mind from the start.        

          Our team of engineers, designers, CNC programmers and machinists collaborate to provide a full range of rapid prototyping, reverse engineering, first-run machine services and plastic injection molding including: 

  • Engineering design and refinement: concept through manufacturing
  • Rapid prototyping-CNC machining, plastic injection molding, silicon rubber molds, glass cloth and carbon fiber layup and vacuum forming
  • Reverse engineering services, first article inspection, and mold verification services.
  • Tool design and tool path output

ADC aspires to respond to these key needs: Capacity, Speed, Expertise, and Innovation.

Do you:

  • Need manpower?
  • Are you seeking a specific knowledge base?
  • Are your departments stretched thin, or struggling to achieve deadlines?
  • Or need a unique solution to a problem?

 

CONTACT US (http://www.adcinc1.com/contact.html

Or

Submit an E-QUOTE (http://www.adcinc1.com/e-quote.html)

…And we will be happy to demonstrate why we have been thriving since 1993! Advanced Design Concepts (ADC) look forward to collaborating with you soon, and aiding in designing your future!

 

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3D Printed Leaf

It’s been awhile since we last talked about some of the 3D Printed objects that we’ve made at ADC, but we have a great new story for you all. This story should help to shed a little more light on not only the wide variety of objects that can be produced with rapid prototyping, but also the intricate details of the printed object as well.

We started with a leaf that one of our employees took from a tree in front of their home, and took a three dimensional scan of the leaf.  The scan was then imported into a software called Geomagic Studio.  Below are some photos that illustrate the process.

The original leaf that we scanned

Point cloud of the leaf

The final STL file sent from Geomagic Studio

Next, all missing data is filled in appropriately to give the leaf one constant polygonal surface. To finish our process the leaf was then turned into an IGES (Initial Graphics Exchange Specification) Surface to create a solid CAD model. Below are pictures of the final 3D Printed leaf.

Final 3D Printed leaf

Bottom of the printed leaf

Top side of the final printed leaf

When you look at the final 3D printed leaf, we can see the preciseness of the rapid prototyping process. The final product has a rough texture on the top side, a smooth bottom side, and a very flexible body (much like the original leaf!). Knowing this, it’s easy to see that 3D Printing is a very versatile technology. Let us show you how versatile our machines can be! Check out our website for more information, or contact us with your design ideas today.

3D Printing Open House

ADC 3D Printing Open House

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Turbo Squid

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We scanned this Sand Dollar for an online 3D Model Supplier, Turbo Squid.

http://www.turbosquid.com/


Have any ideas for us to make 3D models of? Let us know.