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3D Printing 

Fast manufacturing of plastic parts, or prototypes has never been easier thanks to our 3D print services! This type of service has been out of reach to common consumers, but thanks to the evolution of this manufacturing process over the past decade, we can confidently offer fast, quality print services at the lowest price in town. Our 3D printing service offers a wide range of colour selection and material types to meet the needs of most applications.  

Weather you need a custom design printed or you'd like to print a model you've seen on the internet, our print service can assist you. 

If you're wondering where you can get free, pre-made models     visit the following sites by clicking the link: 

Thingiverse

Yeggi

MyMiniFactory

Material & Color Options

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PLA

PLA

This is one of the most common, and versatile plastics for 3D printing; and it also happens to be made from recycled material. This plastic is best suited for prints like character models, project enclosures, and prototype pieces.

Here are a few of PLAs material properties

  • Low Cost 

  • High Dimensional Accuracy

  • Stiff With Decent Strength

  • Wider Range Of Colors

  • Low Heat Resistance 

  • Not Suitable For Outdoor Use

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Viva-la Bronze
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Opal Green
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Lipstick Red
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MysticGreen
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Natural Clear
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GalaxySilver
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Polylactic acid

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PETG

PETG

This is another one of the most common, and versatile plastics for 3D printing. This material is used in the manufacturing of water bottles and plastic bins. This type of plastic is best suited for prints that have snap-fit components, project enclosures, and planter pots / vases.

Here are a few of PETGs material properties

  • Glossy and Smooth Finish 

  • Good Dimensional Accuracy

  • Semi-Rigid, High Strength Material

  • Good Heat Resistance 

  • Not Suitable For Outdoor Use

  • Softer Material, So Prone to Wear

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Polyethylene terephthalate

Plastic Bag Recycling

ABS

ABS

This is also a very common, and versatile plastic for 3D printing. The most likely place you may have seen this plastic is in LEGO or heavy duty storage bins. This plastic is best suited for prints like automotive hardware, project enclosures, and mechanical pieces.

Here are a few of ABSs material properties

  • Low Cost 

  • Good Impact and Wear Resistance

  • High Thermal Resistance 

  • Durable

  • Not Recommended For Direct Sunlight 

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Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene

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ASA

ASA

This is a newer type of plastic that closely resembles ABS, but was developed with UV resistance in mind. Because of its composition ASA has a higher impact and temperature resistance compared to ABS. This plastic is best suited for prints like exterior parts, outdoor housings, and high temperature applications.

Here are a few of ASAs material properties

  • Strong UV Resistance

  • Good Dimensional Accuracy

  • Very Strong and Rigid

  • High Wear Resistance

  • High Thermal Resistance 

  • Recommended For Outdoor Use

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Acrylonitrile styrene acrylate

TPU

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TPU

This material is also known as Flexible Filament. It is a very interesting and useful material for 3D printing, as it has the ability to flex and deform then come back into shape. This plastic is best suited for prints like handles, phone cases, and compliant components.

Here are a few of TPUs material properties

  • Flexible and Soft

  • Excellent Vibration Dampening

  • Good Impact Resistance

  • Low Heat Resistance 

  • Shows Surface Defects 

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Thermoplastic Polyurethane

Nylon

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Nylon

This is a very popular plastic in the plastics industry, known for its toughness and flexibility. This plastic is best suited for prints like gears, nuts / bolts, and high usage mechanical parts.

Here are a few of Nylons material properties

  • Tough and Partially Flexible

  • High Impact Resistance

  • Good Abrasion Resistance

  • High Thermal Resistance 

  • Suitable For Outdoor Use

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Polyamide

Fibre Optics

Exotics

Exotics

These are some of the least common material types, but are also some of the coolest. We offer three types of exotic filament to choose from, Wood Filled, Carbon Fiber Nylon, and HIPS. Wood filled filament is a mixture of sawdust and PLA, which resembles a wooden carving. Carbon fiber nylon is a nylon based filament that contains small carbon fiber strands that reinforce the print. HIPS, is a dissolvable filament that can be melted with Limonene and is impact and water resistant, along with being lightweight. 

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Machine Specs 

Original Prusa I3 Mk3 

Specs:

  • Build Volume - L 25, W 21, H 21 cm

  • Layer Height - 0.05-0.7 mm 

  • Nozzle Size - 0.2-0.8 mm

  • Max Nozzle Temp. - 300 Degrees C 

  • Max Bed Temp. - 120 Degrees C

  • 0.2mm Print Tolerance

  • Set-Up Within an Enclosure 

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Prusa I3 MK3s 

Tevo Tarantula 

Specs:

  • Build Volume - L 25, W 21, H 21 cm

  • Layer Height - 0.05-0.7 mm 

  • Nozzle Size - 0.2-0.8 mm

  • Max Nozzle Temp. - 300 Degrees C 

  • Max Bed Temp. - 120 Degrees C

  • Set-Up Within an Enclosure 

Specs:

  • Build Volume - L 20, W 28, H 20 cm

  • Layer Height - 0.1-0.7 mm 

  • Nozzle Size - 0.2-0.8 mm

  • Max Nozzle Temp. - 240 Degrees C 

  • Max Bed Temp. - 110 Degrees C

  • 0.35mm Print Tolerance

  • Set-Up Within an Enclosure 

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