3D Printing Services For Custom Retail Display Products

Discover Kinter’s unmatched 3D printing capabilities that provide a revolutionized approach to retail display hardware prototyping and creates limitless possibilities in design, precision, and efficiency.

At Kinter, 3D printing is an indispensable component of our prototyping process, utilized to efficiently fabricate retail display systems and components with impeccable accuracy and detail. The 3D printing technology at Kinter empowers engineers and manufacturers to create and test models rapidly, refining the design as we go to ensure perfection in both functionality and aesthetics.

Beyond the Catalog

At Kinter, our mission is to make display hardware effortless for retailers. 

Tell us what you need and when you need it, and we’ll work out the logistics to make it happen. We won't stop working until your retail display challenge has been solved.

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Kinter’s new state-of-the-art Engineering Lab features the most advanced technology, including full-color 3D printers powered by PolyJet technology.

This enables high-fidelity printing with tactile, functional, and sensory printing functions. Our dedicated space for technological innovation positions Kinter at the forefront of the industry, rendering unparalleled solutions catering to the diverse display needs of retailers in all industries.

The Science Behind 3D Printing 

Also known as additive manufacturing, 3D printing is a process where a three-dimensional object is created by layering materials successively. This technology employs digital 3D models to fabricate objects that can be complex in shape and design. 

Kinter harnesses the power of 3D printing to create custom retail display components which can then be tested and validated for use in real world applications.

The 3D printing process involves creating a design using CAD (Computer-Aided Design) software, which is then transformed into thin cross-sectional layers. These layers serve as a roadmap for the printer, guiding the layer-by-layer construction of the object.

Kinter 3D Printing To Create Custom Retail Display Components

Why Choose Kinter for 3D Printing?

Kinter's 3D printing capabilities are specifically designed to bring creative solutions to our customers to support retail display hardware prototyping. Our prototyping solutions for customers open up a world of benefits including design flexibility, rapid iterations and optimizations, cost reduction, customization, and speed to market. 

At Kinter, we are devoted to pushing the boundaries of what is possible in retail POP display hardware through our 3D printing services. Our expert team, advanced technology, and customer-centric approach combine to transform our customers’ visions into tangible, high-quality prototypes.

Unleash your creativity and bring your retail display ideas to life with precision and efficiency through Kinter’s exceptional 3D printing services.

Kinter’s Dedicated Engineering Lab

Kinter’s engineering lab boasts an array of features, including:

  • A dedicated team of experts and a technology hub designed for collaboration among engineers.
  • A fleet of advanced 3D printers, including full-color, high-fidelity PolyJet technology, catering to tactile and functional printing in a full array of colors and materials.
  • Single cavity mold part production capabilities.
The lab is not only poised to enhance Kinter's POP hardware design and prototyping services but also aims to create efficiencies for customers with rapid prototyping and the use of unique materials like flexible resins.
Kinter’s Dedicated Engineering Lab Experts

3D Printing FAQs

What is 3D printing?

3D printing, or additive manufacturing, is a technology that creates three-dimensional objects by layering materials successively based on a digital design. The process begins with creating a 3D model using CAD software. This digital model is then sliced into thin cross-sectional layers, which the printer uses as a guide to build the object layer by layer. Various materials can be used in 3D printing, including plastics, resins, metals, and ceramics, which allows for a wide range of applications.

How does Kinter use 3D printing?

With the aid of advanced 3D printers, including those with PolyJet technology, Kinter is able to swiftly produce high-fidelity prototypes in full color and a variety of materials. The technology is utilized to create complex and custom designs, providing an efficient and versatile approach to prototype development. This empowers engineers to rapidly iterate on designs, making necessary adjustments to ensure optimal functionality and aesthetics in the retail display components.

Why is 3D printing important in the retail display hardware industry?

3D printing is crucial in the point of purchase display hardware industry for several reasons:
  • Design iteration flexibility: 3D printing allows for the creation of intricate and custom designs to help bring unique products or components to life.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: By reducing material waste and eliminating the need for molds or tooling, 3D printing can lower production costs.
  • Customization: Retailers often require display solutions tailored to their brand and products. 3D printing facilitates such customization with ease.
  • Enhanced Communication: Physical prototypes improve the ability to communicate ideas and receive feedback from stakeholders and clients, ensuring that the final product meets expectations.
  • Speed to market: Rapidly produce prototypes and make necessary alterations at an unprecedented speed, vastly reducing the development time.