Since January 2013, 3D Printing Center has been co-creating the 3D printing industry. In the area of 3D printing services, we cooperate with Technology Applied – the largest Polish service company that is able to make 3D prints in almost any additive manufacturing technology. The company offers the production of parts in the SLS, SLA, PolyJet, FDM / FFF methods as well as provides comprehensive processing and dyeing of finished parts in any color.

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Technology Applied serves international corporations, large and medium-sized manufacturing enterprises, smaller companies and start-ups, universities and research institutions. It implements projects for dental and prosthetic laboratories as well as medical entities.

When ordering the Technology Applied service, it is worth knowing that:
  • will be carried out by proven service providers on professional and expensive industrial equipment (including EOS, DWS Systems, DyeMansion)
  • all offers have a visible price and actual completion date
  • no additional costs are incurred, apart from those mentioned in the offer
  • the company organizes transport
  • covers the costs of packaging and securing 3D prints against damage.

CALL: (+48) 85 733 9000

3D printing is a very broad definition for a number of technologies that differ from each other in terms of manufacturing processes, materials used in them and the type of objects that can be made of them. The most popular materials that can be used to print details are:

  • thermoplastics in the form of a wire (filaments)
  • light-curing resins
  • powdered thermoplastics
  • powdered metal alloys.

Technology Applied makes orders using all of the above materials, in the following additive technologies:

3D printing from polyamide powders [SLS]

3D printing from polyamide powders is a selective laser melting technology (SLS).

SLS technology allows for 3D printing of polyamide (PA12) and elastomers (TPU) materials, it is perfect for low-volume production and creating models with very complex geometry.

By default, details created in this method have a characteristic white color, however, they can be colored in the full range of colors.

Parts made of PA12 polyamides are very durable and resilient. TPU parts are very flexible – possible to 200-250% elongation in tensile and have shock-absorbing properties.


  • low-volume production
  • production of final items
  • precise prototypes with complex geometry
  • durable and resilient details made of PA12 or TPU
  • tinted in any RAL color.

3D printing from light-curing resins [SLA / PolyJet]

3D printing with the use of light-curing resins is based on process of photopolymerization of the material with a laser beam (SLA) or spraying of resins and curing them with UV light (PolyJet). Details made with this method are very smooth and accurately reflect the geometry of the 3D printed model. This technique also works well in low-volume production of small and complex objects.

There is a wide range of resins imitating popular plastics (eg polypropylene or rubber), at the same time having increased resistance to abrasion or high temperatures. Resins are perfect for jewelry, and specialized resins with biocompatible properties can be used in implantology or prosthetics.


  • very precise prototypes
  • low production series
  • details with very smooth surfaces
    models for castings
  • prosthetic models
    anatomical models

3D printing from thermoplastics [FDM / FFF]

The FDM / FFF technology is an industrial solution for a customer who requires durability and repeatability of 3D printed models made of industrial thermoplastic materials. It enables 3D printing of geometrically complex models. The quality of printed objects is influenced by the use of soluble support materials and thermally stable working conditions in an insulated and heated to high temperatures working chamber.


  • prototypes made of the same materials as in injection molding
  • large-size prints
  • low production series

3D printing from metal alloys

Metal 3D printing is one of the most desirable and the most difficult to use additive technologies. It consists in evenly spreading successive layers of powdered metal alloys and their selective melting with a laser beam. Metal 3D printers are industrial-class machines that use, among others gaseous protective atmospheres.


  • precise metal prototypes
  • low production series
  • the ability to 3D print details with walls up to 0.2 mm thick

Technology Applied – manufacturing plant

Technology Applied Sp. z o.o.
42 Wiejska Str. – building no 3
15-509 Sobolewo, Poland UE
phone.: (+48) 85 733 9000
e-mail: [email protected]


CAD design and reverse engineering

We have resources that enable the design of any application, both industrial and medical – in particular prosthetic. Specialists from our partner companies have many years of experience in the preparation of projects for both 3D printing and other manufacturing technologies.

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