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We also do wholesale pricing for other printing companies that outsources for t-shirts, websites, business cards, vinyl, banners, die-cut stickers, lamination, posters, rack cards, Flags, menus, embroidery, designs, door magnets, yard signs etc. Below is a list of our services.

Cheap Affordable and Custom 3D Printing

my 3d printed elephants can feature your logo on the side

Printed on a prusa mk2s 3D printer, in PLA, or ABS. I will also experiment with other materials if you have a preference for a specific material, however, I cant guarantee the quality of the part, and there would be a lead time while Im waiting for the material to be delivered.

If there is an item on thingiverse that you would like printed, im happy to do so.

How 3D prints are priced at Shapeways

Our ultimate goal at Shapeways is to make 3D printing as accessible and affordable as possible. In order to have the lower price on every single product, we closely align the price per material with the costs of manufacturing. Different materials have different price structures to reflect the way they are manufactured. Designers who are selling their products in the Shapeways marketplace can then set their products retail price on top of the base price.

By uploading your 3D model through theCreate page, youll get instant price for your 3D printed product in various materials. Our system will quickly analyze your model and show you the price in all materials we can use to make it. For materials that have more complex pricing structures, like Strong & Flexible plastic, you can hover over the price to see the different components.

3D printing in Strong and Flexible Plastic (nylon) is a relatively efficient process that relies most heavily on the amount of space your product takes up in a machine. Products that are dyed or polished are more labor-intensive. In order to align these costs with the price we offer, we price strong and flexible plastic based on Machine Space, Material and Labor per Part.

Each individual part needs to be oriented and planned with other parts before printing. We call this step tray planning. Then it must be cleaned, sorted and packaged. Dyed and polished parts need to go through a few more steps, increasing the cost per part.

For most products, labor is a relatively small component of the price, but for high part count products it can be very significant. See ourBest Practices for High Part Count Modelsfor more information on reducing the cost of multi-part models

The volume of your part itself determines the amount of raw material that is used to produce it.

Making your model smaller or thinner reduces material cost. However, for most models material cost isnt the primary driver, so making your model a bit thinner usually isnt worth sacrificing strength or design integrity.

We use the best industrial 3D printers on the market, some of which cost up to a million dollars. In order to keep prices as low as possible for our community, we do our best to pack every single build with as many parts as possible. Having printed millions of parts, were now able to estimate the amount of space your part takes up in a tightly packed printer, and to charge you for exactly that much space (and nothing more!).

Generally speaking, bigger parts cost more. However, for certain models, we can reduce the cost by packing other parts inside of it. These models must be hollow, have cavity openings of at least 40mm, and be strong enough that they dont break when the inner models are removed.

For most models, Machine Space is the primary driver of production cost. Making your model smaller, or redesigning hollow models to allow other models to be packed inside of them, can reduce this cost significantly.

3D printing steel is a complex and labor-intensive process which requires extensive post-process and finishing. In order to align these costs with the price we offer, we price steel based on Material and Labor per Part.

Each individual part needs to be oriented and planned with other parts before printing. We call this step tray planning. Then it must be cleaned, sorted and packaged. Dyed and polished parts need to go through a few more steps, increasing the cost per part.

For most products, labor is a relatively small component of the price, but for high part count products it can be very significant. See ourBest Practices for High Part Count Modelsfor more information on reducing the cost of multi-part models.

The volume of your part itself determines the amount of raw material that is used to 3D print it.

Making your model smaller or thinner reduces material cost. However, for most models material cost isnt the primary driver, so making your model a bit thinner usually isnt worth sacrificing strength or design integrity.

Large, extremely low density models printed in Steel are priced based on bounding box volume as well as material volume. For models with a bounding box over 1,000cm3 and a density less than 5%, the price is $.30 per bounding box cm3, $.80 per material cm3, and $7.00 per part.

All the other materials are priced based on the following two components:

Most other materials have a single startup cost per file uploaded that encompasses the machine and labor costs of making that product. However, many have limits on maximum part count per file to manage cost and complexity.

For our cast metals (Brass, Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum), we allow 2 parts per file (as long as they are identical) to support earrings and cufflinks.

The volume of your part itself determines the amount of raw material that is used to 3D print it.

Individual material and price information can be found on ourMaterials hub.

Most products you can find on Shapeways have been designed and put for sale by individual designers. Sometimes they choose to add a markup for products that they put for sale in order to support their craft. Each time you buy an item that is for sale, you are supporting that individual designer. Not only that, but you have a direct line of communication with the person who made the object of desire, should you have any feedback or questions.

We ship products world wide, always from the Shapeways factory closest to you. You can read more about shipping options and prices on ourShipping Informationpage.

Depending on your country, customs may charge taxes/import fees when importing and delivering your product.

Our European customers will see VAT automatically calculated into the prices they see. When placing an order, there is a detailed breakdown of VAT/taxes that have been applied.

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rapid 3d printing bureau

Over 100 materials to 3D print your designWith ten 3D printers, we can print your design in practically any materialexperts with a real passion for 3D printingWe are passionate about 3D printing and go the extra mile for our clients.

Using a technology called 3D printing, 3D Creation Lab can turn your digital designs into reality. Just send us your design for a quotation and when you are ready to order we will print it out and ship it to you – simple.

This service is available to anybody, we dont just supply to businesses we will supply to anybody that can benefit from the 3D printing process.

3D printing is a technology that turns 3-Dimensional digital designs into actual physical objects that can be used for prototypes, tooling components, TV/film special effects, decorative items, and even finished production parts.

3D Creation Lab offers three options for materials; these are Detailed, durable and multi-colour. The material you choose determines the process used to produce your model. Some processes only produce monochrome materials and others can print in full colour. For more information on our material choices and the advantages of each please visit our materials section.

There are several different processes that come under the 3D printing umbrella, but they all work on the same basic principle of converting a 3D digital design into thin cross sections and depositing material on top of each of these cross sections to produce a 3-dimensional object. This is known as Additive Fabrication or AF.

For more information on 3D printing take a look at our 3D Knowledge Bank and Gallery sections, where youll find tutorials and examples of what can be achieved with the 3D printing process. You will also be able to find up to date news on the 3D Creation Lab blog.