Fused Deposition Modeling

    It's the most common method of 3D printing as well as most cost effective. It extrudes plastics through a nozzle and prints layer by layer.


    PLA, ABS, PET-G, Carbon, Metal

    Cost per Batch


  • SLS

    Selective Laser Sintering

    SLS uses a laser that sinters powered naylon layer by layer. Because the laser only sinters the part, the unsintered powder supports the model, allowing for support-free models.



    Cost per batch


  • Resin

    Resin printers use light to cure entire layers of prints at once decreasing the time needed for prints. This leads to faster print times, smoother finishes and higher detail for more complex prints. However Resin requires post processing and is limiting in the volume a model can be.

    Cost per batch

    $$ - $$$$

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  • Accessibility

    Developement of ideas is hard, here at simply 3D we work with you to make it simple.

  • Quality

    With all the options of printing, it is easy to feel lost. We simply have the experience and know what materials and tools you need to make your quality match.

  • Future

    There is no limit with the right mindset. 3D printing is influencing more fields everyday with greater adventures.

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  • Prototype

    3D printing works amazing for initial designs. Make changes to your initial product until you are satisfied with the design.

  • Batch Production

    Produce batches of your product before you move to mass production. Or if you need several variations of similar parts.

  • Custom Design

    Have an idea and let's make it come real.

  • Scanning

    Scan real world items to make digital files in minutes. Art works, cultural properties, unique product etc.

  • Education

    It takes time to learn a new skill. Work with experts in the field to learn how to achieve your goals.

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