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Our Capabilities

Using the most current technology and years of experience we are able to accommodate all of your pattern, mold, and design needs. We develop products, not only for plastics, but for any application that requires scanning or CAD design. Let us help you go from print, to pattern, to production, in the most cost effective way possible. 

List of Services: 

In-house mold, pattern, design & construction

Digital Scanning

Solid Modeling

CNC Pattern Processing

Ceramic Mold Production

3D Design   

  

      

Our Equipment

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5 Axis DMS 15’x20’x75”


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5 Axis DMS 5’x10’  

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5 Axis DMS 15’x15’ 

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3D Design

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3D Handheld Scanning

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Patterns for Fiberglass

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Vacuum Form Patterns and Ceramic Tooling

3D Design

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Using SolidWorks, Hart Engineering Group can:
Construct a 3D model of a part or assembly

Alter existing models or scanned surface data

Reverse engineer a part to the specific pattern type

3D Handheld Scanning

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With our 3D scanner and Geomagic software we can:
Scan existing parts, molds, or patterns

Produce a CAD model

Reverse engineer the part

Compare new and old parts for quality purposes                                       

CNC Pattern Processing 

Once we have a CAD model of the pattern we:
Construct stock material for the pattern

Set up the stock material on the CNC

Import the CAD file into Mastercam to make tool paths for the CNC to follow and cut the pattern

After the pattern is cut, it is then prepped for the mold process

Ceramic Thermoform Tooling

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Our ceramic molds are made with premium quality resin. Each layer is hand laid for uniform thickness throughout the tool for maximum durability and premium quality

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The surface is prepped, hand       finished, and waxed

Layers of resin and ceramic are   then sprayed on and multiple       layers of fiberglass are rolled in

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The part is left to sit overnight,   trimmed, and pulled

The mold surface is sanded or     bead blasted, drilled, then hand   finished

Finally the tool is inspected and tested for vacuum