High strength filament- 3D printer questions and 3D printing services.
For most customers, our best high strength option is PETG. PETG is easier to print than ABS, nylon, or carbon fibre blends. It also is very heat resistant, only starting to deform at around 80 degrees Celsius. ABS is similar in strength to PETG, but it is more difficult to print, and thus, more costly. If you want ABS filament, consider that unless you want acetone smoothing or heat resistance of up to 100 degrees celsius,, PETG is the better option.
3D printer questions- size:
Our biggest printers in our 3d printing service can print objects that are 255 x 210 x 200 mm in size (xyz). However, if you follow our instagram page, you will see that we have successfully made objects significantly bigger than this. 3D printed parts can easily be glued, or melted together using a solvent such as acetone for ABS. Furthermore, for large sculptures where appearance is important, the join seams can be filled in with wood filler, making an object that has dozens of pieces appear as if it is only made of one.
3d printer questions- resin
We currently do not have resin printer in our 3D printing service but are looking forward to investing into SLA printing in the near future. Our current advanced FDM printers can handle miniatures at a similar level to SLA printers.
3d printer questions:- bulk order
Yes, the unit price for our 3D printing service will decrease when parts are ordered in bulk
3d printer questions:-scheduling
Fear not, we can always reschedule our 3D printing service for you.
3d printer questions- delivery
We deliver our 3D printing service by hand to local customers, and ship via Canada post to those that are further away. We are always open to discussing custom shipping arrangements as well.
3D printer questions- Cancelations
Unfortunately, once an order for our 3d printing service has been placed and confirmed, you are responsible for the payment. This is especially true for orders that required rare blends of filament that we do not keep in stock. In unique cases, we will allow for an order to be cancelled with a inventory fee, meaning that the expenditures we made on behalf of the client will be the only bill.
3d printer questions: How to contact
Feel free to email us about our 3D printing and services firstname.lastname@example.org, or call us at (778) 953-6129. We will do our best to respond within the hour.