Robust Capabilities

for Complex Geometries, Parts, and Products

certified small business

ITAR Registered

ITAR Registered

ISO9001/AS9100D planned 2024

ISO9001/AS9100D planned 2024

Evology Capabilities
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Merging the Best in

Additive & Traditional Manufacturing

At Evology, we combine reliable, tried-and-true traditional manufacturing processes with the innovation of additive manufacturing to offer rapid turnaround on complex parts, prototypes, and products. By taking the best from each field, we are able to leverage a wide range of capabilities to turn even the most complex design concepts into a reality.

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ICON Additive


Manufacturing Capabilities

ICON Additive DMLS
Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

DMLS ensures the accurate repeatability of quality metal 3D printed parts. The process allows for greater design flexibility and no tooling or fixturing means we can print multiple parts with minor changes in design. DMLS also allows us to print from alloys such as Titanium, Aluminum, Inconel, Tool Steel, Stainless Steel, and more.

DMLS metal printing is a powder based process that uses microwelding to fuse the material together. Tolerances in the printed part can be as tight as +/- 0.005″ in some cases. This process is great for heat exchangers, conformal cooling injection mold inserts, drill bits, casting replacement, and other functional metal parts.

Our team has been printing metal since 2004 on DMLS machines. With an ever expanding fleet of machines, we can react quickly to you larger projects. We would love to see how we can help with your next project.

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ICON Additive FDM
Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

FDM, also known as Fused Filament Fabrication, uses thermoplastic polymer filaments to build parts layer by layer using a predetermined path. It is the most widely recognized form of 3D printing, but our industrial equipment enables our teams to build much larger models, with tighter tolerances, without reassembly. Using FDM, we can print with a wide range of materials allowing us to produce prototypes, models, and functional, end-use parts quickly and effectively.

Assembly fixtures, rapid tooling, break press tooling, rapid thermoforming tools, and functional plastic parts are just a few of the application for this technology. Everything from precisse drill masks to metal forming tooling can be done with this process depending on the material. We print in everything from ABS to Ultem. Our Fortus 900 machines have a build volume of 24″x36″x36″.

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ICON Additive SLA
Stereolithography (SLA)

SLA, also known as resin 3D printing, selectively cures polymer resin, layer by layer, using an ultraviolet laser beam to create objects. Our SLA capabilities ensure very high dimensional accuracy and allow us to create very intricate designs. The smooth surface finish makes SLA ideal for visual prototypes and models.

We typically print the majority of our SLA parts in a Clear Material. This can be great to visualize interference fits in a complex injection molded assembly, and also simulate lenses for lighting fixtures.

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ICON Additive PolyJet

Polyjet 3D printing is one of the fastest and most accurate 3D printing technologies available. Using a combination of photopolymer droplets and UV light, our polyjet printing equipment allows us to create hyper-realistic, highly-detailed parts and prototypes in a matter of hours.

This process is great for multi colored parts and extremely accurate assembly models. We have printed silicone molds from this process for gaskets and other infusion parts.

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Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

A true thermoplastic and a popular choice among engineers and manufacturers, SLS is a good choice to support low volume production with ROI/break even paybacks that beat injection molding. Many racing teams, including Formula 1 turn to SLS for strong functional parts with quick iteration for wind tunnel testing. Our experts use SLS for rapid prototyping, product mockups, functional prototyping, end-use part production, stop-gap manufacturing, and models.

Typically nylon based, we offer glass filled and non glass filled materials to rapidly grow your future injection molded component. SLS can even support low volume production parts.

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Manufacturing Capabilities

ICON Traditional Machining

Also known as subtractive manufacturing, machining is a traditional manufacturing process that creates a desired shape by removing unwanted material from a larger piece. Our experienced craftspeople and trusted manufacturing partners use machining processes to deliver multi-component parts, products, and prototypes to our clients.


Turning is a form of machining that uses a lathe set up and cutting tool to remove material from external and internal surfaces. Our teams use traditional turning processes to create precision machined parts and products across many industries including aerospace, mechanics, healthcare, and the military.

ICON Traditional Milling

Milling is a form of machining that uses rotating cutters to remove material by advancing a cutting tool into a workpiece. This traditional manufacturing method is great for everything from small parts to large, heavy-duty pieces because it can be done at high speed, provides a better surface finish, increases productivity, and ensures accuracy.

Urethane Casting

Similar to injection molding, urethane casting creates parts by injecting polyurethane and additive resins into a soft mold. This type of casting is great for short-runs and low-to-medium volume production because of its cost efficiency. Rather than using costly metal molds, urethane casting allows us to use temporary silicon molds with the same quality at a lower price point. The price point of this process bridges the gap between printed funtional parts and rapid injection molding.

ICON Traditional Thermoforming

Through a process of heating thermoplastics and using vacuum- or pressure-forming, we can create parts, products, and prototypes for our clients. Thermoforming is efficient and cost-effective and allows for shorter lead times. The process also allows for greater freedom in design.

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Our experienced team of craftspeople use several finishing techniques to add the final details to the parts, products, and prototypes we develop. These services allow us to offer turnkey prototyping solutions that are ready to use as soon as they leave our facilities.

Digital Sheet Forming

The latest advancement in our field, Digital Sheet Forming offers an exciting new approach to sheet metal forming. By eliminating expensive die manufacturing, Digital Sheet Forming allows us to create sheet metal parts in minutes and hours instead of days and weeks, saving you both time and money. 

This technology works by forming metal with a single forming point, creating intricate contours like those seen in the automotive, aerospace, and industrial industries. With precise control and relatively low consumable tooling costs, digital sheet forming is ideal for small to medium-sized production batches and rapid prototyping. Digital sheet forming offers accuracy, repeatability, and flexibility in creating complex shapes.

Combining Technologies
to Make the Impossible, Possible

At Evology, we proudly offer end-to-end manufacturing solutions to help you push your project forward. Our experienced teams work to identify the best production methods for each project and focus on efficiency, cost effectiveness, and accuracy. Connect with our support team to get started on your next project today!

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