from your imagination to a 3d component

We specialize in the design and manufacture of 3D printed composite components. Use your imagination and let us do the work!


Produce a part faster and better. The invention of 3D printing targets 2 aspects: reduce production for first of a kind components and eliminates any constraints that are otherwise not possible with traditional production methods such as machining and casting. It is also possible to produce single components, in small quantities, at low cost and a fast turn around time.

What We Do

We specialize in the design and manufacture of 3d printed composite components.


We have the flexibility and capability to fulfill any custom design requirements, from re-engineering existing components from a sample to help you design a once off engineered component to suit your specific needs.

Rapid Prototyping

Take the guesswork out of product design with prototyping. Our rapid prototyping services enable companies to get imperative feedback, revise, iterate, and bring better products to market faster than ever before.

Composite 3D Printing

Composite materials is low weight, has exceptional versatility, and tailor able properties. We have the latest 3D printing technology that combines these materials enabling to open new design possibilities for manufacturers and consumers in all industries from medical to engineering.

3D Scanning

3D Scanning can capture and digitize your project for inspection, 3D printing, rapid design iteration or any CAD related tasks.

Reverse Engineering

AEC has the engineering know-how, depth of experience, advanced engineering software to reverse engineer and often improve damaged or obsolete components.

Print Stronger

Announcing High Temperature Materials –
 HSHT Fiberglass

We can use a fiberglass filament as a more affordable reinforcement option that is 5 times stronger than Onyx alone. It is not quite as light or stiff as carbon fiber, however, weighing about twice as much at about 40 percent less stiff.

HSHT fiberglass is an upgrade to the standard fiberglass option. Designed to withstand higher temperatures—over 302 °F (150 °C)—than its traditional counterpart, HSHT fiberglass is better suited for high-temperature applications like injection molding.

This part reinforced with HSHT fiberglass allows for silicone injection molding without damaging the mold. 

These prints demonstrate how carbon fiber is laid continuously throughout a nylon part before sealing the carbon fiber inside.

A functional fixture reinforced with Kevlar fiber.

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