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3D Printing

Custom 3D printing service. Have an idea of something you want to make? Here is your chance, upload your model and we will print it for you. All high-quality prints from one of our Original Prusa I3 MK3S printers.

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THE ORIGINAL PRUSA I3 MK3S IS THE "BEST 3D PRINTER" ACCORDING TO ALL3DP.COM AND MAKE: MAGAZINE, WHERE MK3S ALSO RECEIVED "EDITOR'S CHOICE" AS THE HIGHEST-RATED 3D PRINTER IN 2019 DIGITAL FABRICATION GUIDE.
ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is another commonly used 3D printer material. Best used for making durable parts that need to withstand higher temperatures. In comparison to PLA filament, ABS plastic is less "brittle" and more "ductile." It can also be post-processed with acetone to provide a glossy finish.
ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is another commonly used 3D printer material. Best used for making durable parts that need to withstand higher temperatures. In comparison to PLA filament, ABS plastic is less "brittle" and more "ductile." It can also be post-processed with acetone to provide a glossy finish.
ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is another commonly used 3D printer material. Best used for making durable parts that need to withstand higher temperatures. In comparison to PLA filament, ABS plastic is less "brittle" and more "ductile." It can also be post-processed with acetone to provide a glossy finish.
ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is another commonly used 3D printer material. Best used for making durable parts that need to withstand higher temperatures. In comparison to PLA filament, ABS plastic is less "brittle" and more "ductile." It can also be post-processed with acetone to provide a glossy finish.
ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is another commonly used 3D printer material. Best used for making durable parts that need to withstand higher temperatures. In comparison to PLA filament, ABS plastic is less "brittle" and more "ductile." It can also be post-processed with acetone to provide a glossy finish.
ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is another commonly used 3D printer material. Best used for making durable parts that need to withstand higher temperatures. In comparison to PLA filament, ABS plastic is less "brittle" and more "ductile." It can also be post-processed with acetone to provide a glossy finish.
ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is another commonly used 3D printer material. Best used for making durable parts that need to withstand higher temperatures. In comparison to PLA filament, ABS plastic is less "brittle" and more "ductile." It can also be post-processed with acetone to provide a glossy finish.
PETG filament, is an industrial strength filament with several great features. PETG strength is much higher than PLA and it is FDA approved for food containers and tools used for food consumption. PET filament is not biodegradable, but it is 100% reclaimable.
PETG filament, is an industrial strength filament with several great features. PETG strength is much higher than PLA and it is FDA approved for food containers and tools used for food consumption. PET filament is not biodegradable, but it is 100% reclaimable.
PETG filament, is an industrial strength filament with several great features. PETG strength is much higher than PLA and it is FDA approved for food containers and tools used for food consumption. PET filament is not biodegradable, but it is 100% reclaimable.
PETG filament, is an industrial strength filament with several great features. PETG strength is much higher than PLA and it is FDA approved for food containers and tools used for food consumption. PET filament is not biodegradable, but it is 100% reclaimable.
PETG filament, is an industrial strength filament with several great features. PETG strength is much higher than PLA and it is FDA approved for food containers and tools used for food consumption. PET filament is not biodegradable, but it is 100% reclaimable.
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing filaments (with the other being ABS filament). PLA is useful in a broad range of printing applications. Best used for cosmetic prints, prototypes, desk toys, low-stress applications.
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing filaments (with the other being ABS filament). PLA is useful in a broad range of printing applications. Best used for cosmetic prints, prototypes, desk toys, low-stress applications.
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing filaments (with the other being ABS filament). PLA is useful in a broad range of printing applications. Best used for cosmetic prints, prototypes, desk toys, low-stress applications.
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing filaments (with the other being ABS filament). PLA is useful in a broad range of printing applications. Best used for cosmetic prints, prototypes, desk toys, low-stress applications.
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing filaments (with the other being ABS filament). PLA is useful in a broad range of printing applications. Best used for cosmetic prints, prototypes, desk toys, low-stress applications.
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing filaments (with the other being ABS filament). PLA is useful in a broad range of printing applications. Best used for cosmetic prints, prototypes, desk toys, low-stress applications.
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing filaments (with the other being ABS filament). PLA is useful in a broad range of printing applications. Best used for cosmetic prints, prototypes, desk toys, low-stress applications.
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing filaments (with the other being ABS filament). PLA is useful in a broad range of printing applications. Best used for cosmetic prints, prototypes, desk toys, low-stress applications.
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing filaments (with the other being ABS filament). PLA is useful in a broad range of printing applications. Best used for cosmetic prints, prototypes, desk toys, low-stress applications.
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing filaments (with the other being ABS filament). PLA is useful in a broad range of printing applications. Best used for cosmetic prints, prototypes, desk toys, low-stress applications.
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing filaments (with the other being ABS filament). PLA is useful in a broad range of printing applications. Best used for cosmetic prints, prototypes, desk toys, low-stress applications.
PLA (Polylactic Acid) is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing filaments (with the other being ABS filament). PLA is useful in a broad range of printing applications. Best used for cosmetic prints, prototypes, desk toys, low-stress applications.
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Description

Custom 3D printing service. Prototypes, fixtures, and low volume production. Shades of the filament may vary and images are for sample purposes only.

Please allow up to two weeks for delivery.

Additional information

Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 6 × 2 × 4 in

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