What are the maximum printing dimensions?

340mm x 500mm
or 13.39” diameter and 16.07” tall

Despite this restriction, many things can often be printed as multiple parts and assembled into a larger model.

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What materials and color are available?

PETG: A modified version of the plastic used in water bottles. This plastic tends to come out glossy, and often partially translucent. It offers good heat and UV resistance, but poor wear resistance.

ABS: Popularly known for its use in Lego. It’s more heat and wear resistant than PETG. ABS may be discolored by the sun if left exposed without a protective coating. Smoother parts may be achieved with acetone smoothing.

PLA: The most popular filament for 3D printing. It’s more likely to break than bend, making it a good choice for highly detailed parts that need to be stiff, but not especially strong. Offers poor UV and heat resistant; will suffer warping at relatively low temperatures, and becoming brittle after moderate exposure to the sun. PLA offers more color options than any other option. It is renewable and biodegradable, making it an environmentally friendly prototyping material as well.

Don’t see what you need, or still not sure? Use the “Contact Us” button below to ask about other options that can be made available, or to discuss what will best fit your application.

Multi-colored prints are limited to flat surfaces (lettering on a case or card, for example) currently.

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How long does it take, and how much will it cost?

Completion time for projects will depend on complexity.
The cost to print will depend on the level of detail and scale.

Please call or email to discuss your specific needs.