PCS Additive Manufacturing is headquartered in Timonium, Maryland. We provide products and services for the medical, mechanical, architectural, civil engineering and other areas of design and product development and manufacturing.

By providing superior products and support, PCS Additive Manufacturing  has become the "Best in Class" provider in the Mid-Atlantic region. PCS, Is there to help you bring your products and services to market quicker and for less.

The original PCS, Inc. was founded in 1986 after seeing that the Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAD/CAM) industries were lacking the technology that the rest of the industry was enjoying. It has since emerged as a leader in the computer-integrated manufacturing service by developing state-of-the-art software, hardware, and training designed specifically to suit CAD/CAM industries with enhanced technological tools and training. The modern PCS, Inc. is now providing these same technology upgrades across a wide variety of industry from dental 3D models to RTV molding of the latest widget invention.

PCS Additive Manufacturing is now able to offer a complete choice of prototype parts that are produced on the latest generation equipment from a comprehensive range of plastic and metal production grade materials.  In addition we now offer precision parts made on a wide range of traditional and additive manufacturing systems and a variety of finishing, molding and casting capabilities. In just a few days your 3D files can be produced into the prototype part of choice thanks to PCS Additive Manufacturing.   Take advantage of our capabilities listed below.


  • SLA
  • SLS
  • 3D Printing
  • Urethane Casting
  • CNC


  • SLA
  • MQast
  • SLM
  • Simulated die casting

Finishing Options

  • Painting
  • Texturing - Glass bead finishing, used for SLA Aluminum parts
    - Steel Shot blat finish and vibratory finish
  • Inserts
  • Metal Plating
  • Engraving
  • Impregnation
  • Heat treat
  • Shielding
  • Assembly
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ANSYS SpaceClaim enables anyone to create, edit, and repair geometry without worrying about underlying technology. With SpaceClaim, working with 3D modeling software becomes fast, easy, flexible, and rewarding, no matter where in the workflow you need it.

ANSYS SpaceClaim allows you to:
Work with any geometry no matter where it comes from
Focus on the task at hand instead of getting over your head with complicated technology
Learn the software in a matter of weeks instead of months
Realize a return on investment that's faster than expected

Review the latest improvements and features in ANSYS™ SpaceClaim.

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Revolutionizing Product Development Workflows

We are helping customers completely streamline their operations through:
Refocusing on the task at hand instead of on the technology
Working with any geometry, regardless of where it came from.
Strong integrations downstream with CAE and CAM tools for high productivity
The removal of geometry bottlenecks throughout the entire workflow, from early concept design to pre-processing for manufacturing

System RequirementsGo to the SpaceClaim Requirements page for details on the system requirements.

Interested in learning more about SpaceClaim?

PCS Additive Manufacturing provides 3D printing services and 3D printers for a wide range of industries.

3D printing or additive manufacturing is any of various processes of making three-dimensional solid objects from a digital file. The creation of a 3D printed object is achieved by additive processes, instead of traditional machining techniques (subtractive processes) which mostly rely on the removal of material. In an additive process, an object is created by laying down successive layers of material until the entire object is created
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German RepRap X350

Starting at $5,699.00

The engineer’s desktop 3D printer is here: The X350 is a fully assembled desktop 3D printer loaded with all the features necessary for professional use.

The X350 German RepRap remains true to its pioneering roots in providing cutting-edge technology 3D printers, developed and designed to meet the needs of industrial users and demanding consumers. There is no 3D printer available with a more optimized print space compared to its size. The rectangular build platform allows better utilization of the print area. Most 3D print systems don’t have a square foot print. A highlight of this device is the integrated web interface that allows operation via WiFi or LAN through a standard web browser.

Product description:

Print Technology: Fused deposition modeling (FDM), aka Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)

Build Volume: 350 L x 200 W x 210 H mm [13.8 L x 7.9 W x 8.3 H in]

Accuracy: +/- 0.005″

Filament: 1.75 mm filament of any available thermoplastic (PLA, ABS, PET, and more)

Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm (available 0.25, 0.35, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8 and 1mm)

Printing Bed: Heated bed (max 120 C / 248 F)

German RepRap X400

Starting at $9,995.00

The German RepRap X400 has been extensively tweaked. calibrated, enhanced, and improved upon by the professionals at 3DChimera.

The World’s First Industrial Quality, Open Source 3D Printer never fails to impress all types of development teams with its high precision, speed and large printing volume.

The X400 3D printer can be found in companies of all sizes and all sectors such as the car industry, textile and chemical industry, electronics and consumer goods manufacturers, tool construction, casting houses, the building industry, architects and designers, 3D printing providers as well as research, development and teaching institutions. Highly reliability, combined with a comprehensive service contract, mean s the X400 3D printer turns CAD designs into models for such applications as: customer presentations, testing the fitting accuracy of components, mold preparation and prototyping.

Product Description:

Print Technology: Fused deposition modeling (FDM), aka Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)

Build Volume: 40 L x 40 W x 35 H cm [15.7 L x 15.7 W x 13.7 H in]

Accuracy: +/- 0.005″

Filament: 1.75 mm filament of any available thermoplastic (PLA, ABS, PET, and more)

Nozzle Diameter: 0.4mm (available 0.25, 0.35, 0.4, 0.6, 0.8 and 1mm)

German RepRap X1000

Starting at $52,499.00

The new X1000 3D Printer is being developed for printing large size objects or multi-object prints with industrial quality. The X1000 comes with 1000 x 800 x 600 mm [39 x 31 x 23] printing space and many features our industrial users have requested.

Product Description


Intelligent filament management with time-out

Dual print

Integrated clean-up function for the extruder nozzle

Touch display

Large printing space

Network compatible

Technical Data:

Size: 1350 x 1700 x 1300 mm

Printing space: 1000 x 800 x 600 mm

Weight:400 kg

Large, closed build envelope with safety-door switch:

The enclosed build envelope avoids poor quality prints due to air flow. An automatic door locking mechanism keeps the hatch closed during the printing process for improved safety.
Direct Drive DD3 Extruder with Full Metal Hotend:
New extruder technology, no adjustment necessary, variable contact pressure. High-heat Hotend (up to 290° C / 554° F) for industrial filaments. Hotends can be exchanged quickly and easily.

Print fast and precise:
A minimum layer high from 0.1 mm allow precise prints. Larger nozzles will allow for faster printing of large objects.

Feature-rich easy to use printing software:
Easy to use printing software with pre-defined printing profiles and many features.
Filament Management:
Two sensor filament controls prevents useless prints due to filament run out.

File transfer:
Network compatible via Wifi or Ethernet.

Important safety features for industrial use:
Closed switchboard, emergency shut-down, twofold CO2 fire extinguishing systems (optional).



The Excel Series platform brings a parallel gantry configuration supporting multiple simultaneous processes including additive, subtractive, and robotics support.
Parallel gantries support multiple simultaneous processes: additive, subtractive and robotics.
Starts at 1.2 m x 1.2 m x 2.4 m and can scale as large as you need.
High-volume extruders with material throughput capacity from 2Kg/hr to 55Kg/hr per gantry.


The 3DP WorkSeries Portfolio is an all-new line of 3D printers that directly addresses critical customer needs.

SIZE: With build area from 0.5m3 up to 1.05m3, you now have the space to build out your big ideas.
SPEED: With extruder throughput ranging from 1x (volcano) to 16x (HFE 900) you can speed products to market.
AFFORDABILITY: The WorkSeries portfolio offers a range of pricing, whether you’re new to 3D printing, or a Fortune 100 business.


The Ultimaker 3 is the most reliable dual extrusion desktop 3D printer available. Achieve complex designs and improved 3D print performance, thanks to its unique auto-nozzle lifting system, professional build and support material combinations, and swappable print cores and the perfect complement to a large format printer from 3D Platform. Capable of using the same software and filament, the Ultimaker 3 is an ideal training printer. It can also be used to offload smaller parts, which allows one of 3DP’s printers to focus on producing large parts.LEARN MORE
Please call: 410-527-9999 or Email to info@pcs-am.com