3D-Printing Service

3D-Druck Dresden

3D-Printing Dresden, Germany

Our 3D-Printing Service is simplicity itself

  1. Model upload (.stl or .obj)
  2. Select material
  3. The cost will be displayed
  4. Enter your email adress (and optionally comments)
  5. Choose „Request a Quote“ button

We will immediately send you an offer via email

 

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Material
  • PLA - white
  • PLA - black
  • PLA - grey
  • PLA - red
  • PLA - color on demand
  • ABS - white
  • ABS - black
  • ABS - grey
  • ABS - red
  • ABS - color on demand
  • PETG - color on demand

3D-Printing in FFF-technology

3D Printing Dresden is an online 3D-Printing service of facts42morrow GmbH. Our CoreXY-3D-Printers use the FFF-technology (Fused Filament Fabrication). Here, thermoplastics are converted from a solid to a viscous state and processed by introducing heat.
The thermoplastics are available as filament on a coil. They are melted by heatable extrusion nozzles into a highly viscous string which is laid down in a geometrically defined manner. Hardening of the resulting geometries happens by a defined cooling of the plastic melt, whereby the composite of the strings is fixed to each other. A three-dimensional application results from the fact that the nozzle in the x-y plane moves to all printing coordinates in this plane and thereby applies a layer. After that, the nozzle is moved up in z-direction by a defined amount (the layer height) in order to approach all printing coordinates of this new plane. This procedure is repeated until completion of the three-dimensional print.

This allows to build multi-layer compositions by use of FFF-technology within a fairly short time. These compositions share essentially the same material characteristics with the raw material.

Materials for 3D-Printing using FFF-technology

There are a variety of thermoplastics that are suitable to produce 3D-printed objects using FFF-technology. Common thermoplastics include:

• ABS (Acrylnitril-Butadien-Styrol)
• PLA (Polyactide–polyactid acid)
• PETG (Polyethylenterephthalat)
• Nylon (Polyamid PA 66)
• PC (Polycarbonat)
• PS (Polystyrol)
• HIPS (High Impact Polystyrol)
• PP (Polypropylen)
• PVA (Polyvinylalcohol)
• TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomers)

In addition, there exist special filaments consisting of material mixtures which have special properties, such as:
Stainless steel PLA
Magnetic iron PLA
• Carbon PLA (carbon fiber PLA)
• BendLay (transparent and flexible filament)
• POROLAY (makes microporous structures printable)
Bronze Fill (bronze with polymeric binder)
• CopperFill (copper with polymeric binder)
• BambooFill (bamboo with polymeric binder)
• LAYWOOD (wood with polymeric binder)
• LAYBRICK (sandstone with polymeric binder)