“I was wowed by your parts. Gave us a true assessment of our design both in wet and dry scenarios. Look forward to seeing pre-production parts.” — Cathy Hamill, Design Engineer – Newcastle, NSW
“Hey Guys, Hope all is well! I just received the sheet metal parts and assembled them onto the prototype it belongs to and it’s perfect! Just wanted to let you know you guys did a great job!” — Daren Northcotte, Design Engineer – Sydney, NSW
“I received the MJF housing and they look great! Far better than any 3D printed parts I’ve seen to date. ” — Matthew Cleary, Designer – Sydney, NSW
GoProto ANZ (Australian owned 3D scanning, 3D printing and contract manufacturer), has been awarded ISO 9001:2015 certification. The stringent process analyzes the business’s operations from top to bottom, seeking commitment to quality at every level.
GoProto ANZ specialises in a range of 3D scanning, prototyping and advanced manufacturing services dedicated to assisting you throughout all steps of the product development cycle.
As an Australian based manufacturer, with facilities (not offices) in Melbourne & Sydney and sister company in San Diego (USA), we’ll assist you throughout your product development process from concept to production.
In-house we have the widest range of advanced 3D printing technologies within the APAC region, including stereolithography (SLA), selective laser sintering (SLS), wax printing, multi jet fusion (MJF), digital light processing (DLP) & colour 3D printing to produce custom prototypes or low volume production parts (Additive Manufacturing 5,000+ units) quickly and accurately.
Adhering to strict ISO industry standards we continuously monitor quality at every step of the production process, so our customers can be confident in receiving quality parts.
Our team of passionate industry experts is here to guide you every step of the way. We recommend solutions that fit your application, lead time & budgetary requirements. This includes high levels of finishing, such as painting, dyeing, metalising, screen printing, pad-printing, hydro-dipping or cerakoting.
Using state-of-the-art laser scanners and digital modelling technology, we rebuild the precise geometries of scanned object in a 3D digital (computer) model. The varying capabilities of our equipment make us versatile. We can scan actors, archaeological sites, artefacts, artworks, buildings, consumer products, machinery and tools, mines, boats, aircraft, vehicles and their components, and more.
As part of a global network of industry-leading facilities, we’re able to deliver a full portfolio of conventional manufacturing solutions. In addition to our in-house 3D printing & vacuum casting service, we typically use a mix of CNC, sheet metal and injection moulding technologies, combined with finishing processes to provide you with quality plastic and metal parts.
Within Melbourne we have a team of project managers who are experienced in Design for Manufacturing (DFM). The work we do is reflected in our reputation, managing programs for leading Australian businesses within the electronics, consumer products, medical device and transport industries.
The most powerful aspect of additive manufacturing for a designer is the freedom to create complex forms and the […]Read case study
ACMI’s new centre piece exhibition, on display in Fed Square Melbourne, is the 3D printed “Cuphead” zoetrope. Designed by […]Read blog post