Make Something Fun
Take advantage of our cumulative knowledge of 3D printing and design to bring your ideas to life. Our experience encompasses fields such as robotics & rocket tool design, to animation & wearable tech. We use FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) printers onsite to print popular materials such as PLA and ABS.
Designing for 3D Printing Services
We have different models of 3D printers (Makerbot Replicator 2, Bukobot, Bukito) that all print in FDM. When designing prints, keep in mind that any part of a model that extends off of the base more than a 45 degree overhang will need support structures (handled by slicing software or modeled in manually). Layer height goes from .4mm height to .1mm height. This effects your print surface and is seen in the “stepping” appearance from FDM prints.
Our minimum wall thickness for prints is a suggested 1mm. Since most of our nozzles are a .5mm, we can have lines as thin as .65, however please proceed with caution as this might result in fragile parts.
Enjoy freedom of choice with our incredible selection of materials. Onsite we have over 50 combinations of material types and color from professional suppliers such as Toybuilders, Push Plastic, and ColorFabb.
We can 3D print your design in our standard PLA and ABS, or you can try something more exotic like the popular Bronzefill, and WoodFill. These special materials are a form of PLA mixed in with other materials like bronze powder or sawdust to create material properties. We also have favorites such as Nylon and GP3D Flex, a flexible filament.
We also offer custom design and finishing services, which are quoted on a project by project basis.
- » Support Removal
- » Sanding
- » Smooth-on XTC resin coat
- » Custom Painting
- » Mold Making
- …and much more
Ready to Print?
- » $10.00 setup fee
- » $1.00 per cubic centimeter of material used (most prints are 77% hollow)
*Add-on options such as high quality printing (10 microns) or Rush processing is available for an additional fee.
Still have questions? E-Mail us about your project.