3D Printing Services

Headquarted in the Silicon Valley, our 3D printing services are meant to help you develop, iterate and manufacture more effectively.

We use the newest 3D printing technologies paired with a broad range of filament, resin, and metal materials to deliver exceptional parts for any application.

Our experts are passionate about the field and will offer their insights and unparalleled customer service.

Explore what filament we offer

PLA is a highly versatile material and is widely considered the go-to material for all levels of 3D print operators.

PETG combines the easy printability of PLA with the high strength and temperature resistance of ABS.

CPE is most similar to PLA, but has high chemical resistance and is FDA-approved.

ABS is used for more demanding applications and end-use parts, and is a suitable material for parts that require higher strength.

ASA is similar to ABS, but has the added benefit of weather and UV-resistance.

Polycarbonate (PC), although can be difficult to print, is well-known for its high melting temperature and high flexural strength.

Polypropylene (PP) is a lightweight, semi-flexible material commonly used for bottles and containers.
Nylon (PA) is a tough, flexible material ideal for withstanding significant mechanical stress.

TPU is a semi-flexible, chemical-resistant material that combines the qualities of rubber and plastic.

Carbon Fiber (CF) is often used for applications requiring exceptional stiffness and dimensional stability.

PEEK can produce parts stronger and lighter than stainless steel and aluminum with extremely high thermal, chemical, and wear resistance.

PEEK-CF offers the benefits of PEEK with added high stiffness and high-heat resistance.

PPS has superior hydrolysis resistance compared to other amorphous thermoplastics and also resists common acids and bases over a broad temperature range. 

See what technologies we use

Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF / FDM)
Used for a broad range of applications because of the versatility with materials.
  • UltiMaker S5 Pro Bundle
  • UltiMaker S5
  • UltiMaker S3
  • UltiMaker 2+ Connect

High Performance FFF / FDM
Used for demanding applications requiring high-temperature or high-strength materials, such as PEEK, PEEK-CF, PEEK-GF, PEKK or PPSU.
  • Intamsys FUNMAT PRO 410
Large Format FFF / FDM
Used for large custom parts that would otherwise take a while or be overly expensive to produce.
  • BigRep STUDIO.2

Digital Light Processing (DLP)
Used for small, ultra-high resolution end-use parts.
  • Figure 4 Standalone
  • ETEC Envision One
  • ETEC Xtreme 8K

Material Jetting (MJ / MJP)
Used for small, complex, high resolution prototypes.
  • ProJet MJP 2500Plus

Check out some popular applications



3D printing is growing in popularity across the globe because of its many benefits. As 3D printing finds new use cases it continues to pop up in a variety of industries, including:
  • Aerospace and Aviation
  • Automotive
  • Architecture
  • Art and Design
  • Construction
  • Education
  • Food and Beverage
  • Healthcare
  • Jewelry
  • Manufacturing


3D printing plays a crucial role in many applications, including rapid prototyping and the manufacturing of end-use-parts. Examples of common parts, include:
  • Prototypes
  • End-use Parts
  • Tools, Jigs & Fixtures
  • Robot Arms & Grippers
  • Manifolds
  • Packaging
  • Medical Devices
  • Engine Components
  • Visual Aids
  • Forms & Molds
  • Concrete Formwork

Frequently asked questions (FAQs)

What are your rates?
Our rates are calculated based on material and print time. We have a $200 minimum order.
What is typical lead time?
Lead time is approximately 5-10 business days. It varies depending on the technology, quantity and size of parts.
What is the highest resolution and accuracy?
Our digital light processing (DLP) and material jetting (MJP) resin 3D printers can do 25 micron XY resolution and 25 micron layer height.
What is the largest part/maximum dimensions?
We do large-format 3D printing! Our BigRep STUDIO.2 can print parts up to 1000 x 500 x 500 mm.
What are some material characteristics I can request?
Our 3D printing materials offer a variety of capabilities, including:
  • High-Strength
  • High-Temperature Resistance
  • UV Resistance
  • Chemical Resistance
  • Wear Resistance
  • Rigid
  • Flexible
  • Rubber-like
  • Good Surface Finish
  • Clear/Translucent
  • Castable
  • Bio-compatible
  • Fiber-Filled Composite
  • Water Soluble

How it works

01 - Send us Details
Submit the following form with details about your needs and requirements. We will be in touch shortly to receive the STL files of the parts you want 3D printed.

02 - Get a Quote
We will review your 3D models then get back to you with a formal quote.

03 - 3D Printing Begins
Once you place the order, we will print your parts for you, using the newest 3D printing technologies. 

04 - Parts are Shipped!
With careful attention to detail, we will deliver you your finished parts.

Request a 3D Printing Service