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Company Offers 3D Printing For One Part Or 1,000
Whether you need a single replacement part, a prototype of a new product, or a short run production, Peridot, Inc. can help. The Indiana firm offers 3D printing, casting, CNC machining, wire harnesses, and more. From concept to production, Peridot works with both individuals and companies.
  “We offer turnkey solutions to customers in agriculture and many other markets,” says Dave Hockemeyer, Peridot, Inc. “Our 3D printing services include prototypes, scale models, and short run production quantities. We specialize in producing translucent prototypes, which aid in understanding internal fits and functionality with mating components.”
  Peridot can take products from the initial design to the finished product. Hockemeyer describes typical scenarios the company follows.
  “To provide one customer with prototype metal castings, we 3D print the pattern, make steel castings, then machine and paint them,” says Hockemeyer. “We mold several low volume polymer components for an ag industry customer for use as aftermarket replacements. At the same time, we produce 25,000+ sub-assemblies annually for a couple of the largest ATV manufacturers.”
  Peridot’s start-to-finish production work includes a variety of surface treatments, such as tinting and plating. The company can also help with design, including computer-aided design (CAD), mechanical design, and manufacturing advice.   
  “Contact us directly about services you need to bring your concept to market,” says Hockemeyer. “Since our family-run business was founded in 1997, we’ve helped hundreds of customers in many diverse markets find solutions that work.”
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Peridot, Inc., 14508 Bruick Lane, Hoagland, Ind. 46745 (ph 260 639-6500; www.peridotinc.com).

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2019 - Volume #43, Issue #3