We tried to answer the most Frequently Asked Questions

A: FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) printing is a type of 3D printing technology that uses a thermoplastic material to create a physical object layer by layer. It is the most common type of 3D printing technology and is often used for rapid prototyping, manufacturing, and other applications.

A: Resin printing, also known as Stereolithography (SLA), is a type of 3D printing technology that uses a liquid resin material to create a physical object layer by layer. It is often used for high-precision and high-detail printing applications.

A: Prototyping is creating a physical model or sample of a product or design. This can be done using a variety of techniques, including 3D printing, to test and refine the design before it goes into full-scale production.

A: Silicone mold creation is the process of creating a mold for a specific object or product. This can be done using 3D printed models to create a mold for casting or other manufacturing applications.

A: We offer a wide range of materials for 3D printing, including ABS, PLA, nylon, resin, and more. Each material has its own unique properties and is suited for different applications.

A: The time it takes to 3D print an object depends on a variety of factors, including the size and complexity of the object, the printing technology used, and the chosen material. Simple objects can be printed in a matter of hours, while larger or more complex objects may take several days to print.

A: Yes, we can accept 3D models in a variety of formats, including STL, OBJ, and more. Simply upload your model to our website or contact us for more information.

A: Yes, we offer a wide range of prototyping services to help you bring your ideas to life. From simple models to complex prototypes, we have the expertise and technology to meet your needs.

A: Our turnaround time depends on the complexity and size of the order, as well as the chosen material and printing technology. We strive to deliver all orders as quickly as possible and will provide an estimated turnaround time when you submit your order.

A: Yes, we offer worldwide shipping through our shipping partners, UPS and USPS. Shipping costs and times may vary depending on your location and chosen shipping method.

A: The maximum size of an object that can be 3D printed depends on the size of the 3D printer being used. Our printers can handle objects up to a certain size, so please contact us for more information on specific size limitations.

A: Yes, we offer a range of design and modeling services to help you bring your ideas to life. Our team of experienced designers can work with you to create a 3D model that meets your specifications.

A: The main difference between FDM and Resin printing is the material used. FDM printing uses a thermoplastic material, while Resin printing uses a liquid resin. Additionally, Resin printing is often used for high-detail and high-precision applications, while FDM printing is more commonly used for rapid prototyping and manufacturing.

A: 3D printing offers several advantages over traditional manufacturing methods, including faster production times, lower costs for small production runs, and the ability to create complex shapes and geometries that may be difficult or impossible to achieve using traditional methods.

A: To get a quote for 3D printing services, simply submit your 3D model or design through our website or contact us directly. We will provide you with a detailed quote based on the specifications of your project.