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3D Printing

Getting you Project 3D Printed

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Your 3D model exported as a  .STL file. If your model consists of several individual parts, each parts has to be exported as an individual .STL file.

We run the models in our 3D slicer software. This will tell us how much material and time it will take to print.

After you approve the cost estimate, we generate an invoice that you can pay in person or Online.

Then we schedule your project to be printed in the next batch.

Once you project is finish, we do a light finishing on the parts if needed.

Prepare it to ship or have it ready for pick up.

These  are the materials we have in stock:

Black, White and Natural PLA

Specialty Materials

Carbon Fiber, Bronze

Learn more about these materials

Also, you have to decide  what material you need the project printed  made of.

For most projects standard PLA will work.

In an ideal scenario, you could send us pdf drawings with dimensions to confirm the scale (size) is correct.

Make sure every part is to scale.

Also we need to know the units used to model it.

(Inch or Millimeter)

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These  are the material we have in stock

Black, White and Natural PLA

Specialty Materials

Carbon Fiber, Bronze

PLA Filament, printed parts have an outstanding surface finish and are highly precise. PLA (Polylactic Acid) is the most common 3D printing material because it is easy to use and is made from renewable resources and thus, biodegradable.

Carbon Fiber Filament  matte black

Our first special filament based on the Amphora 3D polymer. Reinforced with 20% specially sourced carbon fibers, this filament is perfect for parts that need high stiffness. XT-CF20 has a beautiful matte surface finish when printed.

Bronze Filament  matte finish.

With a bit of sanding and polishing the bronze particles will start to shine and shimmer unlike any 3d printing filament you have seen before. The weight of the material is something special, about 3 times heavier then our regular PLA/PHA.

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