3D Services

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We offer end-to-end services

3D Modeling

Modeling designs in 3D space is usually the first step in prototyping or product development. We build 3d models so you can view them in 360-degree views.

3D Printing

We run an on-demand 3D printing farm where we print parts for prototypes as well as final products at a competitive price and speed.

3D Scanning

We scan complex objects into 3D models that can be further processed. 3D scanners allow you to capture incredible quality images.

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Frequently Asked Questions

3D printing refers to the technology used to create 3D objects in the real world from digital 3D files. The objects are typically created layer by layer using a 3D printer. There are two main types of 3D printers available on the commercial market, FDM and resin printers.

3D printers work by interpreting a 3D file and recreating its design one layer at a time using filament or resin. Most 3D models need to be prepped for printing in a process called slicing. Once the 3D model is “sliced” it can be printed on a machine.

3D prints can take as little as a few minutes to multiple hours. The amount of time it takes will depend on the size of the object you want to print, what kind of printer you choose, the type of printing material, slicer settings, and local settings on your printer. It’s important to familiarize yourself with all aspects of the printing process to optimize your workflow.

You can print almost anything that you can create a 3D design of with a 3D printer. 3D printers are useful for a huge range of applications—from functional prints to artistic creations. If you use the right filament, you can even print food-safe items to use as kitchen tools.
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