From offices in Boise, Post Falls, Twin Falls, and Pocatello, TechHelp Specialists help Idaho manufacturers, food processors and entrepreneurs improve their competitiveness through continuous product and process innovation.

Professional 3D Printing and Prototyping Services On Demand

We are a full-service printing resource with two in-house professional grade printers. In combination with our professional part painting and finishing services, we can create showcase ready models to match the look and feel of production parts.

Our fast turnaround service allows our clients to test fit their parts in days, rather than weeks. Our SLA and Multijet printers offer high resolution while still performing well as functional test parts.

Image of a NPD employee checking a part.
A NPD employee working with a 3D printer.

Our service offerings include:

  • 3D Systems Viper2 – Stereolithography Apparatus (SLA)
    Three resin choices used to create parts with unique characteristics
  • 3D Systems 3500 HD Max – MultiJet Printer with two material choices used to create parts with unique characteristics
  • Room Temperature Vulcanizing (RTV) – Low volume production parts range from hard urethane plastic to elastomeric rubber
  • Special Surface Finish Requirements and Assembly – Show quality models that look and feel like actual production parts

Request a quote – We personally review every request to determine the best options for the application. For a quick quote and estimated lead time, or to hear more about 3D printing options, please contact us.


We are located on the Boise State University Campus in the Micron Engineering Building. For parking instructions, click here.

3D Printing and Prototyping Requests

For more information, or to receive a quote please send files directly, or contact:

Grey Beaudry

Product Design Consultation

To discuss your project design needs contact the NPD Lab at:
Complete our intake request form below to give us more information about your idea/project so we can follow up with you to schedule a meeting:

An image of new 3D printers in the NPD lab.

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