3D Printing Services

Our manufacturing capabilities

With more than 20 FDM 3D printers at our 3D printing farm, we have a very broad range of manufacturing capabilities and support both one-off prototyping and low-volume production. We work with mechanical design engineers to create custom 3D printed parts for application in multiple industries:  aerospace, automotive, renewable energy, battery manufacturing, defense, electronics, industrial automation, machinery, medical devices, and robotics. 

Step 1

Send your CAD files to sales@onsetengineering.com .

We will send you Design for Manufacturability feedback and a quotation. 

Step 2

Place an order and we will start production right away. 

Step 3

We ship parts straight to your place or if you are local you can come by to pick up .

FDM 3D printing service

Stereolithography SLA 3D printing services

Email us : sales@onsetengineering.com

Call us : 949 315 8685

Visit our Office : 8 Goodyear, STE 115 , Irvine, CA. 92618

Post processing

Onset Engineering offers many services to provide ready to use parts and fixtures

Material Includes:

 ABS, Flexible, PLA, PETG, Nylon, Carbon Fiber Filled, ASA, Polycarbonate, Polypropylene, Wood Filled, PVA, Markforged Onyx, MatterHackers NylonX, MatterHackers NylonG, MatterHackers NylonK, 3DXTech 3DXSTAT, Metal/Plastic, Alumide, BASF Ultrafuse 316L, Peopoly Model, Peopoly Nex (HiTemp), Peopoly Tough, Nextdent Cr & Br, Nextdent SG, Nextdent Ortho Clear, Nextdent C&B MFH, Moonray SG, MakerJuice Waxcat, MarkerJuice G+, MarkerJuice SF, Funtodo Snow White, Funtodo Castable, Dreve FotoDent Model, Dreve, FotoDent SG, Spot-A HT

Our Samples

We believe in harnessing the power of cutting-edge technology to turn your innovative ideas into reality. Our advanced 3D printing services offer a wide range of applications for businesses, hobbyists, and individuals alike. From rapid prototyping to custom manufacturing, we're here to help you bring your visions to life.

Our state-of-the-art 3D printers and experienced team ensure precision, quality, and efficiency in every project. With a diverse selection of materials and finishes, we can cater to your specific needs, whether it's for a single piece or a large production run. 

Advantages of 3D Printing

Building parts layer-by-layer brings about many benefits that open up design possibilities that were previously unachievable through traditional processes like injection molding, machining, or casting.

rubber 3d printing parts

carbon fiber 3d printing parts

silicon molding parts

3D Printing FAQs

How much does 3D printing cost?

3D printing cost per part is dependent on a multitude of factors, including design, material, process, and post print operations. Typically, the post print operations account for most of the part cost, especially if manual labor is involved. At Onset Engineering , Our technology leadership begins with our foundation in in-house automation manufacturing systems, modeling and computation, design with production economics. 

How do I choose a 3D printing technology?

When selecting a 3D printing technology, first determine critical design requirements like strength, temperature resistance, water resistance, aesthetics, or durability. This will often help you determine if a metal or plastic 3D printing is needed for your application. 

What type of file format is needed for 3D printing?

Though all file types are ultimately converted to STL (.stl) before printing, the recommended file type to upload is STEP (.stp/.step). SOLIDWORKS (.sldprt), and IGES (.igs/.iges) files. Check out further guidance on how to design .stil files for 3D printing. 

Ideas from our customers transferred to reality powered by our 3D printers.

Rossi Journey to Recovery with 3D Printing


We take immense pride in offering our manufacturing services to individuals like Caesar Sierra, a nurse and innovative product developer. Just 8 months ago, Caesar, a recent nursing graduate, approached us with a passion for enhancing products in his free time. His journey began with the concept of creating an M135 mm film holder.

Over the past 8 months, Caesar, with valuable feedback from Onset Engineering for design manufacturability, successfully brought his film holder to market. The result? Glowing 5-star reviews on his store. Caesar embodies our belief that every person possesses at least one idea to enhance the world, and with the advancements in manufacturing technologies, we can rapidly bring better products to market.

Today, we celebrate Caesar's proven success as we launch a Kickstarter campaign to fund the mass production of his film holder. Join us in supporting this initiative, allowing more film photographers to experience and enjoy his innovative product. Visit his Kickstarter campaign for inspiration and to be part of this exciting journey!

This video showcases Caesar's journey of transforming his idea into a real product. Starting with just a concept, he utilized free software (Autodesk) to create a basic 3D model. Despite initial challenges, he persevered and completed the 3D sketch. The next step involved partnering with a 3D printing company, Onset Engineering Inc., who brought his design to life. Armed with the physical product, Caesar established online stores on Google Sites and Etsy. The success of his film holder, evident from its sales, has led him to consider mass production through injection molding.

Onset Engineering goes beyond simple manufacturing, assisting customers like Caesar in incubating their ideas and achieving success. Their mission is to empower individuals with great ideas, be they creative thinkers or problem solvers, by making manufacturing technologies readily available. They believe that everyone possesses the potential to contribute meaningfully to society through their innovative concepts.