IF YOU ARE an inventor, an entrepreneur, a company of any size, or even a hobbyist, TouchSTone 3D can help you achieve your product development goals. We can help you move from concept to finished product within your budget and in record time, utilizing our RIP (Rapid Iterative Prototyping) development process. Employing our in-house development and prototyping lab, we can produce high quality prototypes and help with any specific product deployment requirements you may have.

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Build a Cathedral in Two Weeks?

by Allen Moore, CEO on April 6, 2012

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You think it. We make it.

We’re proud of that tagline. Using a wide range of prototyping equipment, we can make almost any idea come to life. Our Rapid Iterative Prototyping (RIP) process lets us move a concept from idea … to design … to commercial product – quickly and frugally.

Recently we had a client come to us with a VERY unique request and a VERY short deadline: “Allen, do you think we could build a cathedral in a two weeks?” …

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TouchStone 3D is a Geomagic Design Reseller

February 21, 2012
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“When my wife bought me a Remington shaver, I was so impressed I bought the company.”

In his 1980′s TV commercials, Victor Kiam (president of Remington Products) made a point: some products we just can’t live without.

At TouchStone 3D, we use Geomagic products everyday. For 7 years we’ve relied on Alibre (now Geomagic) CAD software for every design project that comes in to our shop. Powerful, great results, and fast!

I do wish we could have bought the company (Geomagic), but we didn’t. So we did the next best thing: we became a reseller. We think Geomagic Design is the best value CAD software on the market. Here’s why …

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TouchStone 3D Unveils New storySite

April 5, 2011
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Our new site has finally gone live! It’s not a website though. It’s a shiny new storySite!

What’s a storySite? Haven’t you heard? It’s the ultimate communications tool for businesses to share stories, product information, and build strong relationships with you, our valued customers.

What’s in for you?  Well, glad you asked…

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We are “Different”

April 5, 2011
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After you get to know us, you will undoubtedly notice that we are a bit different than your typical design firm, prototype service bureau, or machine shop. In fact, we take pride in being different.

Our goal is to be your “single point of contact” for all of your product development and prototyping needs from concept to commercialization. Does that mean if you want work with another designer,  RP service bureau, or machine shop, we …

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TouchStone 3D doubles growth in FY 2010

April 5, 2011
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Have you heard of Moore’s Law? In 1965, Intel co-founder, Gordon E. Moore described a trend in the semiconductor industry where he had observed the number of transistors designed into integrated circuits doubling every two years since their invention in 1958.

Moore went on to predict that the trend would continue for at least the next 10 years. The prediction was eventually called “Moore’s Law,” and it became …

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We’ve moved!

April 5, 2011
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Well, actually we moved a while ago…

As many of you may already know, we upgraded our facilities in 2010. We have been fortunate enough to follow Moore’s law, doubling our available lab / shop space every 2 years since we opened in 2005. This time we have a longer lease and intend to stay put for awhile.

Our 4000 s.f. facility should do nicely for the next 3-4 years if we are …

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3D printing

April 4, 2011
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CO2 Lasers are wonderful tools! A powerful laser can quickly and accurately cut, mark, etch, engrave, and even machine a variety of materials depending on its power.

The 60-Watt laser tube on our engraver lets us slice through 1/4” acrylic sheets like butter. Although we can not cut through metal (we have better tools for that job!), we can use the laser to apply permanent black markings on …

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