The more information you can provide, the better design plan we will have and can execute better.
- Define the functional aspects of your design and detailed specifications. If you don’t have these defined yet, we can assist. A simple picture or sketch will also suffice.
- If you don’t have a Patent pending or need to file for a Patent, don’t worry, we can assist with providing the design documentation you need.
- We can execute Non Disclosure Agreements (NDA) if you would like to ensure your information is kept confidential.
The cost for a 3D Printed part is based on the amount of volume (size) of the part and the type of material being used. These costs are generally different for each material type. Send us your file to get quoted. Files will need to be in .stl format.
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The materials that can be used with 3D Printers today is rapidly evolving. The most common material used for 3D Printing is ABS, PLA, Polycarbonate, Nylon, Rubber like material, Paper, Wax, Carbon Fiber, Ceramic, Powder, and various Metals. Each type of 3D Printing technology will utilize a different material. Certain printers can also produce multi-materials in a single build. We are able to provide various materials to suite your project needs.
Build times are based on the volume (size) of the part. Different 3D Printing technologies have various build times. Small parts can print as quickly as 15 minutes while larger parts can take the entire day to build. In some cases, build times can be reduced by re-orienting the part in your printing software. Build time is based on the size/volume of your 3D model and print resolution. Smaller parts will build faster while larger parts will take longer to build. Typically build times are an hour to several hours.
Once you upload your file, exact cost and build time can be provided. Use our 3D Printing Form to upload your file now.
Each type of material will have unique tensile and flexural properties. 3D Prints can be both conceptual and functional. Contact us to discuss what functionality is most important to your project.