What is 3D printing?
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a combination of processes for manufacturing objects by adding material in layers that correspond to the successive cross sections of a 3D model. Plastics and metal alloys are most commonly used for 3D printing. However, practically any material is suitable - from concrete to living tissue.
What is 3D printing used for?
Some unique pieces and extremely complex geometries can only be created efficiently with 3D printing.
Products with improved functionality
Custom medical implants
Workpieces, templates and functions
Metal casting patterns
Prices can vary in detail.
|PLA plastic||0,57€ / cm³||Also available as a NEON color|
|ABS plastic||0,67€ / cm³|
|Nylon||0,75€ / cm³||Also available as a NEON color|
|Wood PLA||0,75€ / cm³|
|Sand PLA||0,75€ / cm³|
|Carbon||1,15€ / cm³|
|TPU (Gum/ Flex)||0,75€ / cm³|
|Polycarbonate (PC)||0,75€ / cm³|
|Polyethylene Terephthalate(PET)||0,75€ / cm³||Transparent|