Toolbox LA has recently integrated SD3D into its ecosystem. SD3D is a 3D printing firm established in 2013 by Bennett Berger and David Feeny in San Diego. They have a satellite office in Dallas and now have another here in Los Angeles.
SD3D started off as a small design printing services shop, printing prototypes and other small batches of orders. Over time, they adapted their model to accommodate high volume, low-cost productions for clients who could not afford an injection mold of their product.
They have developed their own proprietary hardware automation — a piece of technology that could remove the print from the plate without the use of human interaction, thereby lowering costs. They further separated themselves from the pack by acquiring a software called Prinitilize, which would enable anyone who visited their website to get an instant quote on their print by assessing the dimensions and determining the cost.
SD3D provides an in-house printing solution for the many small startups that populate Toolbox LA. It’s a valuable asset to have an efficient turnaround time for a part so that the startups can focus more on growing their business without getting bogged down by the actual hardware. In their short tenure at Toolbox, SD3D has already been a service to the community by printing fully serviceable prototypes for CrunchCup and drone parts for Radii Robotics. If you want to see them in action feel free to book a tour.