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Willd Designs Owner

Hello and welcome to our 3D printing world! I'm William Dalziel, a veteran with almost 14 years of service in the U.S. Army, transitioning from a Cavalry Scout to a MH-60M mechanic with the prestigious 160th SOAR (Special Operations Aviation Regiment). Unfortunately, I had to be medically retired due to injuries sustained during my deployments. Throughout my military journey, I gained invaluable life lessons, with integrity standing out as the foundation of personal and business success. Whether meeting deadlines or surpassing client expectations, integrity is at the core of everything we do.


My venture into 3D printing began as a hobby nearly a decade ago, and it quickly evolved into a passion. From childhood days of building with Lego's and Erector sets, I've always loved creating. The limitless possibilities offered by 3D printing technology captivate me, allowing us to turn any idea into reality. Post-military, while navigating various jobs, I discovered my true passion when I bought a modest 3D printer online. Fast forward, and we now boast four SLA (stereolithography apparatus) machines and seven FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) machines. Our largest printer can handle substantial 20"x 20"x 20" prints, opening the door to larger projects.


In 2018, I pursued education in Computer Aided Drafting Design, culminating in a degree from West Kentucky Community College. In May 2023, I proudly graduated from Murray State University with a Bachelors of Science specializing in Design Engineering Technology.


Now, why the double L in Willd? It's a simple blend of 'Will,' my first name, and the first letter 'D' of my last name. A touch of eccentricity makes 'Willd' uniquely fitting.


Originally from a small town in Iowa, I carry the trustworthy values instilled during my childhood. Our mission is to serve and earn your business, ensuring your experience with us is nothing short of exceptional.

Discover the world of Willd - where passion, precision, and 3D printing excellence meet.

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