We provide high-quality 3D printing services in production of ready-to-use parts and functional prototypes. We have our own machine park with over 20 machines operating in various additive technologies and a network of highly qualified partner companies that offer a wide range of services and manufacturing capabilities. We provide services for international corporations, large and medium-sized enterprises, smaller companies and start-ups, as well as universities and research and development units. We implement projects for prosthetic laboratories and medical units.

Call us: (+48) 536 954 666
Send e-mail: [email protected]

When ordering our service, it is worth knowing that:
  • will be carried out by proven providers, on professional and expensive equipment
  • all offers have a visible price and the detailed technical specification of the service
  • no additional costs are incurred, apart from those mentioned in the offer
  • we organize transport and pay for it
  • we cover packaging costs.

We offer professional 3D printing services in four additive technologies:

FDM / FFF – we offer the additive manufacturing service of high-precision prototype and final parts, both single and in low production series. A wide range of engineering materials allows for 3D printing of materials with various properties – flexible, mechanically, chemically or thermally resistant.

SLA – we offer the additive manufacturing service of high-precision prototype and final parts, both single and in low production series. We use high-performance SLA systems that combine accuracy with efficiency. The maximum working area of our 3D printers and also the maximum part size is 30 cm / 11.8 inch in all the XYZ axes. 

DMP – we produce high quality parts made of metal alloys like steel, aluminum, titanium, nickel and inconel, using additive manufacturing method called DMP (direct metal printing). We use the Direct Metal Printing ProX320 machine by 3D Systems with large working area with dimensions of 275 x 275 x 420 mm.

SLS technology is one of the industrial 3D printing technologies that allows for low-volume production of prototypes as well as usable and spare parts. The technology, by selectively bonding polyamide powders with laser light, allows for the creation of functional elements with increased strength properties.

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