The more information you can provide, the better and faster we will reach your design goals.
Define the aspects of your design. If you don't have those defined yet, we can help. A general description is all we need to start. We have worked with everything from detailed technical drawings to a quick doodle on a scrap of paper.
Every project is unique and dependent upon your requirements. Contact us to discuss your project.
The cost of a 3D printed part is determined by the volume (size) of the part. The costs are generally different for each material type. Send us your file to get a quote.
The materials that can be used with 3D printers is evolving rapidly. Each type of 3D printing technology utilizes different materials. Certain printers can also produce multi-material prints in a single build. You can learn more about individual materials on our materials page.
Build times are based on the volume (size) of the part and the 3D printing technology being used. Small parts can print as quickly as 15 minutes while larger parts can take an entire day to build. The print resolution also plays a large part in build times. Parts with thinner layers and more details take longer to print that simple, less detailed parts.
We will try to keep out lead times as low as possible. Visit our Materials Status page to see how long it takes to get prints for each material.
Each material will have unique tensile and flexural properties. You can see some material information on our Materials page. Contact us to discuss the specifications of your desired material.