Makelab, an on-demand 3D printing service based in New York City has opened a new office in San Francisco to provide local on-demand 3D printing services and transform the way businesses approach rapid prototyping and production.

Named Makelab SF, the new offices are located strategically to serve the dynamic SF tech & hardware scene and will ensure that clients can enjoy same-day pickups and expedited services, allowing for faster iteration and innovation cycles.

“By establishing a truly local presence in San Francisco, we can not only provide fast-turnaround 3D printing services, but also build strong relationships and deeply understand our clients’ businesses. This local approach allows us to become true partners in their innovation journey, offering support and insights that non-local providers simply can’t match,” says Christina Perla, co-founder and CEO of Makelab.

Makelab offers a comprehensive range of 3D printing services, including SLA, FDM, MJF, and VCJ technologies, and over 15 different materials. These capabilities cater to key industries such as robotics, hardware development, medical devices, and consumer packaged goods (CPG).

Nate Padgett, Co-founder of Informal and a hardware community organizer based in San Francisco, shares, “I’m thrilled to share the space at Studio 55 with Makelab in SoMa. Their presence will bring invaluable benefits to the SF tech community, fostering innovation and collaboration in ways that only a local, dedicated partner can.”


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