Start with our online 3D printing calculator, choose the materials for your part and we’ll start printing your 3D models.
Easy online 3D printing
Upload your 3D design using our cost calculator. We accept many file formats, such as STL & OBJ’s.
We have a wide range of to choose from. See what best suits your needs, part design and finish.
Pay for your 3D prints with most card types and receive your parts in 3-10 days. All orders come with free delivery.
3D printing service
When using our online 3D printing service, your taking advantage of the latest printing technology, high-quality 3D prints and multiple materials. Giving you design flexibly during the prototyping process, helping reduce production lead times, eliminate tooling costs, and ultimately save you money.
Print functional parts using our PA12 nylon. Suitable for batch production and precise, strong end-use parts.
FDM offers great strength, great for prototypes & best suited for non-visible, functional 3D printed parts.
A smooth, detailed finish. If you’re looking for design inspection and analysis; this is the best option.
3D printers have their individual advantages, from strength, detail and finish. Check out this handy guide.
|Delivery||From 4-5 days||From 3 days||From 4 days|
|Material||PA 12 Nylon||PETG, PLA,TPU||Standard Grey Resin|
|Accuracy||From 0.005 +- 0.175mm||From 0.05 -0.3 mm||From 0.01|
|Max build volume||90 x 130 x 130mm||250 x 210 x 200mm||192 x 120 x 245mm|
|Good for||Low volume batch production, funtional parts||Design inspection, prototyping, and proof of concept.||Highly detailed prototypes , Artists, jewellery|
|End use||Good for batch production production runs||Good for unseen functional parts||Best for surface finish and non functional parts|
UK 3D printing service
Ready to order your 3D print?
We’ve got a simple to use price calculator to give you an online quote, upload your 3D file to see your price.
Ways of reducing the cost?
How much does it cost to get a 3D print? Several factors can affect prices, but the main ones are, how large the object is, what material you chose and whether you need multiples or a one-off 3D print?
The easiest way to reduce your costs is to nest your models.
Customers who trust us...
I don't have a 3D CAD file?
Our designers are here to help. If you have an idea, a product you want to bring to life, design verification or maybe files that need repairing. Maybe you have STEP files or an unsupported format, let us convert it for you.
Choosing the best technology
Additive manufacturing uses a range of technologies and materials when manufacturing your files into physical 3D parts.
Choosing the best material for your project can depend on many factors, and it’s end-use.
- How many parts do you need?
- Does the product need to be strong?
- Does it need to be functional?
- Is the project for outside use?
- Is feel more important?
These are just some of the questions that might need answering before deciding on what might work best for project or parts.
When designing products, prototypes, or parts, you might want to consider things during the design process.
FDM generally needs to support areas where steep angles or overhangs will to be printed. The area that has been in contact with the support material can look slightly unfinished than the rest of the model.
SLS has no need to use any supports and the nylon the powder the parts are made from, supports the object through the printing process.
Resin printing can leave scares when the supports are removed. This printing process uses supports differently and has a minimal contact area on the parts.
3D Print quality
Frequently asked questions...
Many factors can affect the total cost of a 3D print. How many parts you need, the material you require and any post-processing can all add to the total cost. There are ways to make 3D printing cheaper such as nesting your parts together. Use our online 3D printing calculator to see how much it can cost.
We offer three types of 3D printing, and they all work in different ways. SLS fuses nylon powder using a high powered laser, FDM lays down a molten layer of plastic from a heated nozzle, and SLA creates your model using resin cured with UV light. All these processes eventually create a3D model with different characteristics.
3D Printing allows you to create objects for many uses, be it functional or prototyping.
Here's a list of some of the uses:
- Replacement & spare Parts
- Car Parts
We feel your imagination and their end-use limit the uses of 3D printing.
Yes, they are. We have several materials to chose from, but in general, SLS is the best choice for strong, functional parts. Another option for strong parts is PETG.
If you’d like to talk more about 3D printing, please get in touch. We’re ready to answer any questions you might have.