Prototype your Products
UP TO 100X CHEAPER THAN CONVENTIONAL METHODS
Upload Files to 3D Print
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If multiple files, please zip and upload as a single file.
How our Service works
Your creations 3D printed and delivered to your door.
Your files get 3D printed and Quality checked
Services we offerWe offer 3D Print & design services.
A DLP (digital light processing) 3D printer, uses a UV light to cure a liquid photopolymer resin a whole layer that builds up over time. If fine detail and a smooth surface finish is crucial, then you would want to choose DLP resin printing as your option. We have a number of resin types and colours to choose from.
FMD 3D printers use a strand of solid thermoplastic (filament) that is heated up and melted through a fine nozzle to create objects layer by layer. FDM printing is perfect if you need a model for usable parts or if prototyping when surface finish isn’t that important. Our filament comes in a range of colours and materials to choose from.
3D CAD DESIGN
If you are unfamiliar with designing in 3D software, don't worry we are happy to help you. Our skilled 3D model designers can create anything you have in mind! Please include high resolution pictures taken at all angles, include descriptive text and detailed dimensions for accuracy.
Our prints are of the highest Quality
Hover your cursor over an example print to magnify and view the quality. We have lots of different Filaments and Resins to choose from.
3D RAPID RESIN – BLACK
METAL-LIKE FILAMENT – GOLD
MARBLE-LIKE FILAMENT – WHITE
3D RAPID RESIN – GREEN
3D RAPID RESIN – GREY
Frequently Asked Questions
Images are 2D, not 3D. We need designs in 3D CAD formats. STL is the most preferred format, however, if you do have other formats from CAD Software like Catia, Solidworks, 3DS Max etc, our engineers will be able to convert to STL & 3D Print.
In almost every case, we do not know what your part is. If it’s not printable for technical reasons, we will let you know the same and might suggest possible corrections. We generally never touch your design file.
Yes. We never share your files with anyone. If you have to be 100% sure, we could sign an NDA. Most of our large clients operate after an NDA has been signed.
- FDM is the most common form of 3D Printing. Affordable & Fast. Works great for prototyping.
- DLP - Good for intricate parts with fine detail - precision health-care, dental, jewellery, tiny electronic enclosures.
In FDM, the print time varies exponentially when layer height changes. I.e If an object takes 2 hours at 200 microns, it would take 4 hours at 100 microns. So the cost goes up 2x. 200 microns is prefered by many customers. If surface quality is important, go for 100. If you’re not sure which one to choose, select “Help me Choose”