3D Print Design

Our passion for creating things takes on a new dimension with the possibility of 3D printing.

We work with our own ideas, but we also implement ideas for our customers on request. What’s the same for everyone, our passion and dedication to every project.

We are not only technically highly qualified but also in the digital implementation of each model in the CAD area.

We prefer to work with Cinema 4D. This makes it possible to simultaneously obtain marketing images, animations, videos etc. from a print model in almost the same way.

We use various materials and filaments depending on the requirements.

3D Printing Materials Guide

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ABS is a low cost material, great for printing tough and durable parts that can withstand high temperatures.

Flexible filaments, commonly referred to as TPE or TPU, are known for their elasticity allowing the material to easily stretch and bend.

PLA is the go-to material for most users due to its ease-of-use, dimensional accuracy, and low cost.
PET and PETG filaments are known for their ease of printability, smooth surface finish, and water resistance.

HIPS is a lightweight material most commonly used as a dissolvable support structure for ABS models.

Nylon is a tough and semi-flexible material that offers high impact and abrasion resistance. It is an ideal choice for printing durable parts.

ASA is a common alternative to ABS and is great for outdoor applications due to its high UV, temperature, and impact resistance.

Polycarbonate is known for its strength and durability. It has very high heat and impact resistance making it an ideal choice for tough environments.

Carbon fiber filaments contain short fibers that are infused into a PLA or ABS base material to help increase strength and stiffness.

Polypropylene is great for high-cycle, low strength applications due to its fatigue resistance, semi-flexible, and lightweight characteristics.

Metal filled filaments are made by mixing a fine metal powder into a base material, providing a unique metallic finish and added weight.

Wood filaments combine a PLA base material with cork, wood dust, or other derivatives, giving the models a real wooden look and feel.

PVA is commonly known for its ability to be dissolved in water and is often used as a support material for complex prints.

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