Need Help!!! We help you to design your product with a skilled designer to turn your hand drawn sketches or ideas into real product. We can start from scratch or evolve a product for on-going 3D printed manufacturing.
Bring your ideas to life!! We Manufacture High-Quality, affordable products with best material and finishes, from plastic to metals. Our 3D printing service is the easiest way to print your design. Just upload your design file. Select material type and get a instant quoting with lead time estimation to your mail.
To enhance print quality, we post process the parts to look beautiful. the part undergoes various process like Chemical Treatment, Support Clearance, polishing, Painting etc.
*Post Processing might be quoted separately.
Our Services in 3DIM Printing Studio
HIGH QUALITY 3D PRINTING SERVICE
We Provide Highest Quality Surface Finish and High Industrial Strengthened 3D Printed Parts
Vacuum Casting for Functional Parts and Strong Prototypes in ABS, Carbon Fiber, Nylon Glass, Delrin, PP, Transparent Parts, Rubber Parts with Different Hardness Resembling Injection Molded Parts for Low Volume Production
HOW IT WORKS!!
Upload a 3D model, or get help from our skilled designer
Choose your material and finish
We'll 3D print and post process your product
Part will be delivered at your doorstep
KNOW THE MATERIAL
Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene is a widely used thermoplastic in the injection molding industry. It’s used for applications such as electronic housings, automotive components, and LEGO bricks. Printed ABS matches 80% of the strength of injection-molded ABS, which makes it very useful for functional applications. ABS is accurate and has an intermediate level of printed details. However, the surface quality of your 3D-printed model will be rougher compared to our other materials.
Polylactic Acid (PLA) is derived from renewable resources like corn starch and sugar cane which is biodegradable in nature and has characteristics similar to polypropylene, polyethylene. One of the interesting things you can do with PLA on a 3D printer is called “lost PLA casting.” This is a process where PLA is printed in the shape of an interior cavity and then encased with plaster-like materials. The PLA is later burned out as it has a lower melting temperature than the surrounding material. The end result is a void that can be filled (often with molten metal).