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Quicksilver-Mfg team knows speed matters, The difference between next week and tomorrow can make or break your program. Our dedicated team of specialist make sure your parts are produced fast and  without sacrificing quality. Quicksilver’s arsenal of manufacturing and 3D prototyping options ensure your project is married to the best technology possible, ensuring the highest quality parts, and fastest delivery on every program. 

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Quicksilver Currents #1

Welcome to Quicksilver Currents, where we share what has us talking this week. Let us know in the comments what strikes your interest! 3D Printing News: This Semi-Automatic Gun Is “95 Percent” 3D Printed It turns out, 3D printing has applications most people haven’t considered, including in-home arms manufacturing. Should this be regulated? If so, how? Share […]

Innovation Nation: Star Wars Edition

Long long ago, in a galaxy far, far away… We were all taken in by the Star Wars franchise, whether we’re hardcore Original Trilogy Fans who saw it 15 times in theaters, or we came in late to the party. Whichever you are, no one can deny that Star Wars was a defining factor in […]

Innovation Nation: The 3D Printing…Pen??

3D Printing has been on the market for a long time now, though we are still discovering the potential this technology holds. There are still things holding it back from mass public use–the technology is still somewhat limited to people who can create 3D models. The printers are expensive. These are just some of the […]

Industry Update: The Next Industrial Revolution

In the last 100 years, the world has seen more technological innovation than in its entire history. It started out in the 1700s with the simple steam and water power. These lead to steam engine generators, and the widespread use of electricity to power everything from lights to motors. As humans do, the more we learned, […]