BRINGING IT TOGETHER
WHAT WE DO
Mixing our years of experience in manufacturing with product & machine design is what we call “bringing it together” for the benefit of our customers
Using the latest Solidworks 3D CAD software we create designs that can be shared across industry.
It's in our name and in our blood, from PDM's inception we have been manufacturing products in New Zealand. Our in-house 3D printing service includes a wide range of processes, helping to bring manufacturing back to New Zealand.
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Is used for industrial end use parts and low cost prototyping. The advantage of FDM 3D printing over other processes is the use of real industrial materials rather than simulated materials. PDM has multiple industrial grade machines that provide strong distortion free parts when compared to hobby 3D printers.
Stereolithography (SLA) is used where small detail precision and smooth surface finish are required. For example a prof of concept before going to injection molding. PDM has multiple SLA printers and a wide range of SLA materials to choose from.
Great for producing molds for casting and parts with threads as the material has low friction while giving high level of detail.
Great for low volume production runs, Vacuum cast parts have a great finish and importantly can be end use parts rather that just prototypes.
Our design team use the latest low-cost digital manufacturing processes such as 3D printing and laser cutting to keep your project on-time and under budget.
We’ll pull together a range of disciplines to make your machine work, including:
- Mechanical Design and Assembly
- Pneumatic systems
- PLC systems
- Motors and Actuators
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