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N3DX Design & 3D Printing
About this pro
This was my first time getting anything 3d printed. It was easier and better than I ever expected, I went in with an open mind knowing I may mess something up and need to have files redesigned for my needs. That was not the case I was working on a 3d printed bullet feeder for my reloading press this thin came out awesome. One piece did break trying to get the die in but that was covered Josh reprinted the part solid and I had no issues since then. I am working on a redesign of a few parts and I will be going into production in the future and selling these. The turn around time was awesome I was expecting to wait a few weeks for the parts to be done. They were ready the next day after I sent the files and gave the go ahead to print.May 20, 2018Joshua M.'s reply
It was a fun project to print and glad everything worked for you Dave! You were awesome to work with and hope I get the pleasure again in the future!
Looking forward to the possibility of working with Josh again!May 14, 2018VerifiedJoshua M.'s reply
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I offer competitive rates for 3D Design, modeling and printing. All my rates are backed by my Customer Service Guarantee, basically meaning if you are not satisfied with the services, I guarantee I will make it right by either upping the standard of service or making it fair for us to both walk away. I offer special deals and will tailor a special deal to any project.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Typically I meet with client in person and talk about design ideas, necessities, and time frame. I then draft out a preliminary schedule and step by step process for meeting clients needs. After our initial meeting, I go to the drawing board and sketch and prototype ideas. When I've found the closest match to clients needs, I go to work in Autodesk Fusion 360 and design the model. When the design is done, I send renderings of model to client and ask for approval or revisions. After approval is confirmed, if printing is a part of package, I print the first prototype. The design process is then repeated until we find the right model that meets clients needs.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I attended ITT-Technical Institute in Aurora, CO studying drafting and design were I was trained is hand drafting, AutoCad, Inventor, Material & Properties, and began experimenting with 3D printing. After ITT, I went on to study architecture at The Academy of Art University and The Art Institute of Colorado. I left Art Institute and followed my passion for 3D printing and now have 3 years experience in 3D CAD Modeling and 3D Printing.