Fused Deposition Modeling, used for parts requiring moderate strength. Highly economical 3D Printing solution.Applications: Plastic part replacements, fixtures, ergonomic tools, assembly trays CFR
Continuous Fiber Reinforcement, for highly functional mechanical parts. Parts reinforced with fiber achieve very high strength to weight ratios and are a good alternative to aluminum components. This process must be used with FDM 3D printing.Applications: High strength tools & fixures, functional prototypes, light weight components SLA
Stereolithography, useful for components requiring tight tolerances and small features.Applications: Electronic device enclosures, high resolution prototypes, lower strength fixtures
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Layer height: 0.2 mm, x/y: ±0.25 mmStandard
Layer height: 0.1 mm, x/y: ±0.25 mmHigh
Layer height: 0.05 mm, x/y: ±0.25 mmMicro
Layer height: 0.025 mm, x/y: ±0.030 mm
Recomended option. Let our engineers decide how the part is oriented during 3D Printing.Custom
To use a custom 3D Printing orientation, select this option. To orient the part, select a face to sit on the printer bed's floor, or type in rotation values. Price may increase depending on the orientation.
Select a face to place it on the floor
Supports are removed & part(s) are lightly bead blasted (layer lines near invisible)Natural
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Holes have been detected in the uploaded part and is not watertight.What's the impact?
We are unable to generate a quote and manufacture this part due to the present hole(s).How to fix it
Patch the hole in the CAD file. If a hole doesn't look present, it may be because the surfaces are not stitched together (meaning the surfaces are not actually connected). After fixing, re-upload it to recieve an instant quote.
This part will not fit inside the build volume of our machines and cannot be made.How to fix it
Reduce the size of the part, breakdown the part into multiple pieces to be assembled at a later stage, or choose a 3D Printing process with a larger build volume.
A large aspect ratio can result in your part warping/deforming after 3D Printing.How to fix it
Adjust the design to have a lower aspect ratio, or break the part into multiple parts for assembly later on.
We are unable to provide an instant quote for this part.How to fix it
Export the part as a single body, the bodies may need to be merged before exporting/saving the CAD file. Also check to see that all surfaces have been stitched together.
Thin walls with a thickness under 0.5 mm have been detected in your part.What's the impact?
These features may be difficult to machine and may not come out properly.How to fix it
Consider increasing the wall thickness of these features.
Thin walls were not checked for in your part due to large processing time.What's the impact?
Thin walls may be present in your part..How to fix it
Manually check for thin features.
Increase the wall thickness of your part to above 3mm to make more room for fibers.