3D Printed Composites
10X Faster

The first 3d printing platform designed for small and medium manufacturing.

Built to order - delivery in 6-8 weeks

Pantheon’s HS3 Printer starts at $14,450 $9,999 USD.

Pantheon 3D printed components layout.

Used by the world's best companies

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Pantheon team member seated next to our HS3 3D printer.

5 - 10x Faster

Carbon composite parts, 80 MPa+ tensile strength

Reliable and maintainable straight out of the box.

Built from the ground up as an industrial tool for manufacturers and engineers.

Designed to be on your shop/factory floor.

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"The first generation of printers produced 3D objects that were too expensive, too fragile, too low res, void of detail, and needed a lot of filling and hand finishing. Cut to Pantheon Design, where 3D printing times are now five times faster. The printing mediums are strong and durable, the resolution is so fine, details and textures are a reality. Discovering Pantheon Design has been a game changer for me."

Dean Eilertson

Propmaster, The Adam Project (Netflix)

"Literally the best printer ever."

Kyle Tharratt


"The Pantheon Design HS3 high speed 3D printer is a marvel. It’s combination of print speed and quality are unmatched in my experience. While our pre-production unit didn’t have some convenience features, it clearly demonstrated an extremely powerful print core that will certainly be a force going forward."

Kerry Stevenson


"Over all the machine continues to be a delight to use :)"

Justin L-E


Pantheon Team member working in our warehouse.

Our Story

Two Canadian engineers, Alex Wiecke and Bob Cao were bored with their desk jobs, and every day they dreamed of building things in the real world, not solely on a screen. One day they started a motorcycle shop in their backyard to get their hands dirty. Because of that, they started using 3D printing as a manufacturing tool to create automotive parts.

Eventually, they started a product development firm and attracted the most creative hardware engineers in Western Canada. They used 3D printing to develop and manufacture medical devices, build concept vehicles, and make mechatronics systems for the film industry.

Through this experience, they realized that the 3D printers had huge untapped potential as tools for flexible manufacturing. They developed a 3D printing system that did everything they wanted as designers and engineers. After three years of development, ten beta customers, and thousands of hours of testing they are launching this product for everyone