3D printing services

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    3D printing services

    Your production line with 3D printing. Professional projects analysis and consulting.

    Get a free quote

      Our 3D services

      3D printing

      3D printing at your fingertips.

      Use the 3D printing services. Together with us you will implement a project in any 3D printing technology. We print spatially in FDM, SLS, SLA, DMLS and PolyJet technologies. Thanks to our experienced engineers and an extensive 3D printer park, you can be sure that your 3D print will be of the highest quality.

      Contact us and find out what the price of your 3D model will be printed.

      3D scanning

      3D scanning of car alloy wheel.

      Thanks to the latest technologies, 3D scanning allows you to create extremely precise scans with an accuracy of up to 0. 05 mm. Measurements are made for both small and large models, from 0. 05 m to 4 m. It is possible to obtain a detailed 3D model for almost every object, which at a later stage can be processed in a CAD program and printed on a 3D printer.

      3D scanning of car alloy wheel.
      3D printout on a table. Man is consulting his 3D printing project.

      Consulting

      3D printout on a table. Man is consulting his 3D printing project.

      Advice on 3D printing technology is a service within which appropriate printing parameters and optimal technical materials will be selected. The first stage is to identify the customer’s needs and choose the appropriate 3D printing technology. Then the appropriate materials and parameters of the printing process are selected. The final stage is to create a free valuation of the 3D printing service in the selected technology.

      Post-processing

      3D print processed. Painted with a brush.

      In order to achieve the desired visual and tactile results, which increase the added value of 3D printing, both chemical and mechanical processing is offered. Our modeling work offers: folding or gluing prints, chemical treatment, mechanical treatment, UV exposure of resin prints, rotational polishing (SLS), surface dyeing (SLS), mudding and sanding, painting and varnishing.

      3D print processed. Painted with a brush.
      3D model of red transportation tray on laptop screen.

      3D modelling

      3D model of red transportation tray on laptop screen.

      The process of creating CAD models is based on the technical documentation sent by the customer.

      Then a digital 3D model is generated, designed for later printing in the selected 3D printing technology. The formats most commonly used to create digital models are: IGS, OBJ, STP, X_T, STL, AutoCad, CATIA, STEP, REVIT, IronCAD, FreeCAD, SAT, PARASOLID, NX, Blender, ACIS, 3DMAX, CREO, ArchiCAD, IGES, Inventor, SolidEdge, SolidWorks, Rhino, ThinkDesign, ZW3D, SketchUp and others.

      3D prints​

      3D printing applications

      Medical

      Automotive

      Architecture

      Education

      3D printing service cost

      Application

      Steering knuckle prototype used to examine the design topology. The project was developed to reduce the weight and increase the stiffness of the element. 3D printed from ABS + HIPS-X. DIMENSIONS: 210 mm x 160 mm x 60 mm.

      3D printing prices are based on a series of factors, such as volume and size of an object, quantity and type of the material used, or time and working technique when making a 3D printout. You can read more in our article, see examples or contact our experts. Calculation of a 3D printing service takes the maximum of 24 hours at 3DGence and is a basis for carrying out a more accurate cost-effectiveness analysis.

      ULTEM manifold
      Cost: 240 EUR Time: 14 hours
      Dimensions: X=230 Y=103.98 Z=180



      Rotator PC + ESM
      Cost: 135 Euro Time: 23.5 Hours
      Dimensions: X=166.29 Y=178.18 Z=56.34



       

      PEEK + ESM combined valve
      Cost: EUR 120 Time: 27 hours
      Dimensions: X=103.5 Y=107 Z=59.3

      Companies we have helped​

      MVRDV

      "The 3DGence company was of great help to MVRDV when our in house 3D printers were not able to perform our desired functions. 3DGence offered us proffessional consultations, by not only choosing the correct metod for our model, but also provided advice on how to improve our own models in the future. 3DGence provided us with two very precisely made models on time, a request other printing companies could not cope with. The whole cooperation process was very smooth and professional, which was appreciated by the whole team."


      Sven Thorissen, Director/Architect, MVRDV

      Famur

      "So far we have shown our machines weighing up to several tens of tons at fair stands! This involved very expensive transportation. The miniature machines printed by 3DGence Services not only generated a lot of interest at the show among our booth visitors but also helped us streamline transportation and reduce expenses!"


      Karolina Pastryk, Marketing and PR Manager

      3D printing technologies

      3D printout in SLS technology.

      SLS

      3D printout in SLS technology.

      The technology of laser sintering of polyamide powders guarantees the highest durability and repeatability of mass-produced items. It enables the production of hundreds/thousands of pieces in a single printing cycle. In addition, the SLS technology does not require the use of supports – models are supported by excess loose material surrounding the print. This allows for trouble-free printing of many more complex geometries than using other 3D printing methods.

      SLA

      3D printout in SLA technology.

      Curing the liquid resin with a laser beam guarantees good quality and high resolution of built parts. The SLA technology enables the printing of complex geometries with high precision combined with the possibility of using a wide range of functional materials. It is the most precise 3D printing technology in the world. It can reproduce the smallest details of printed models.

      3D printout in SLA technology.
      3D printout in FDM technology.

      FDM

      3D printout in FDM technology.

      FDM is a method of applying a melted thermoplastic material in layers to a printed model. This technology enables the creation of utility models, prototypes, marketing mock-ups or composite elements. It is the most optimal method for rapid prototyping of parts that must maintain the required standard tolerance. This technology guarantees high quality, affordability, and short lead times.

      DMLS​

      3D printout in DMLS technology.

      DMLS is a 3D printing technology using powdered metal alloys that guarantees the highest quality. It makes it possible to print geometries and structures that cannot be milled on a CNC machine. Direct Metal Laser Sintering has great advantages over traditional production techniques, as even complex objects can be produced in a single production cycle thus reducing production costs. DMLS technology combined with topology analysis enables the production of lighter parts compared to conventional manufacturing methods.

      3D printout in DMLS technology.
      3D printout in PolyJet technology.

      PolyJet

      3D printout in PolyJet technology.

      PolyJet is an ultra-precise printing technology using photopolymer resin and a soluble support material. It allows the production of prototypes with the appearance of the final products. PolyJet technology is well suited to the production of precision parts where no deviation is allowed. It is dedicated to the creation of final prototypes of high quality and smooth surface.

      Multi Jet Fusion

      The technology of layered bonding of polyamide powders using print hotends and a chemical activator. Due to printing characteristics, immediately after the completed process, we achieve a lower surface porosity compared to other polyamide sintering methods. Thanks to the use of fine grain materials, printed layers can be only 80 microns high. Consequently, an extremely smooth surface is obtained straight from the printer, and functional components require minimal post-production finishing. This means short lead times, ideal for functional prototypes, small and medium size batches of finished parts.