Willd Designs Owner

Hello and thanks for checking us out! My name is William Dalziel. I served in the Army for just under 14 years. I started out as a Cavalry Scout then moved on into being a MH-60M mechanic with the 160th SOAR (Special Operations Aviation Regiment). I was actually medically retired due to some injuries received while I was deployed. While in the Army I learn many very valuable lessons. The most valuable to me that stands out to me is integrity. I believe that integrity is the basis for any person and to have a successful business. Whether that is getting orders completed on time or even as simple as making sure our product exceeds our client’s standards. 

              I started 3D printing as a hobby about seven years ago now. I instantly loved it. Ever since I was a kid, I loved building things, whether from Lego's or an Erector set, if you could put things together or take it apart, I was doing it. With this type of technology, it opens up endless possibilities, and I find that just find that absolutely amazing! Literally anything you want make you can make it! So, after the military I moved around job to job and just never found my true passion. That was until I bought a cheap little 3D printer online. Since that time, it has been game on. We now have four SLA (stereolithography apparatus) machines and seven FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) machines. Our biggest printer is capable of printing 20"x 20"x 20" so we can produce some larger products if needed. In 2018 I actually started going back to school for Computer Aided Drafting Design and received my degree from West Kentucky Community College and am planning to further my education at Murray St.

               So, I get this question a lot... Why is their two L's in Willd. Well it is actually very simple; the Will is my first name and the D is the first letter of my last name. I have always been a little eccentric so Willd fits me very well.  

             I grew up in a small town in Iowa, and try to keep that trustworthy aspect of my childhood. We would be happy to serve and earn your business.