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3D Printing

Please note! This price can change as it is not taking into account possible support material.

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  • No cleaning
  • Only detail cleaning
  • Acetone smoothing
  • Primer for painting
  • Painting with acrylic

3D Printing service

All 3D models and prototypes that we work with stay within Shaperize servers. For you confidence we can also sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement to protect Your rights.

3D printing time depends on the details and quantities. We can produce smaller models within a day or two but for larger details or quantities the order might take 2-4 days.

As we mostly use seven Zortrax M200 3D printers to offer our services then we can also offer small batch orders. For example 10 000 pieces of 5 gram details can be produced within 2-3 weeks.

We mostly use our Zortrax printers for offering services so the build area is around 200 x 200 x 185mm. However, it is possible to print out objects in multible pieces and later on bond them together with acetone which leaves a really strong chemical connection between multible pieces of plastic. In this way we have even done parts as big as 700mm.

No problem! You can also find a suitable model from thingiverse.com or cgtrader.comIf you need some custom details done then we also offer 3D modeling services.

The price of 3D printing depends on the following:

  • Used material
  • Print time
  • Complexity of detail
  • Special materials
  • Post-processing
  • Quantity (ordering in bulk is cheaper)

We mostly accept the following formats: STL, OBJ, DAE, DXF or 3MF. If you are having problems converting your file to one of these formats then please forward your 3D model to our email and we will try and convert it ourselves.

Our online quote system only accepts STL or OBJ format files or the same files in a ZIP folder.

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Material description and specifications

ABS plastic is perfect for parts requiring testing, functional prototypes and concept models. Designers can develop projects freely to deliver the final product to the market faster. (Data sheet).

mprove your projects with Z-ULTRAT thermoplastic. Z-ULTRAT is one of our toughest 3D printing material with excellent finish and semi-mat surface. This filament is durable and perfect for iterative testing.

With Zortrax M200 tech possibilities and LPD technology, Z-ULTRAT became one of our most productive filament performing lifelike prototypes and even end-use parts. (Data sheet).

NinjaFlex is a flexible filamend meant to print elastic parts. (Data sheet).

We also use Verbatim and 3D Prima flexible filament.

Z-HIPS® is a thermoplastic polymer, high impact resistance allows the use of prototypes enclosures for various types of equipment, starting with housings consumer electronics, ending with the covers for industrial machines where it is not required UV resistance. Z-HIPS has very good processing properties such as – gluing, painting, sanding, sandblasting.

Material highly resistant to salts, acids and alkalis, excellent for creating mechanical parts exposed to chemicals. Z-PETG is physically durable, great for prototyping diverse and demanding elements. (Data sheet).

PLA is a biodegradable plastic which is produced out of corn starch. PLA is a sturdy yet quite fragile. It cannot stand high temperatures and can deform at  60 °C  and melt at 170 °C . (Data sheet).

For PLA we mostly use mixes of WOOD and COPPERFILL.

WOOD plastic has a nice wooden texture and smell. The WOOD filament is 70% PLA plastic and 30% wood. Ideal for imitating wooden products. (Data sheet).

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Infill is a value usually represented in percentage that shows how much a solid model should be filled in with material when printed. Normally, unless you want maximum strength, you would not need to go for maximum fill of a 3D model, especially if you also want to save on material costs, model weight and want to get the print faster. Going at up to about 20-30% percent Infill is usually more than enough for normal use, unless you want something specific like high fill percentage for optimal strength. When you are not using the maximum fill percentage a special pattern is used to create strong and durable inside support structure.


Accetone vaporing – This post-processing method smooths out the outer surface of the print and leaves a shiny finish.

Primer for painting – We’ll make your paint job go easier and sand and put the first layers of primer on the part ourselves.

Painting with acrylic – We can do some simpler paint jobs with our two airbrush machines.