In order to receive 3D printing service, you must have a 3D model in .STL format. If you don’t have a 3D model, it’s okay, you can ask for a quote for both modeling and printing.
3D Printing Service
Superior Quality Fast and Functional 3D Printing
We can bring your 3D model to life with the material you want, the color you want, the pattern you want, or even with an excellent surface quality. Zebra Proje includes various 3D printer technologies that provide 3D Printing services. You can also benefit from a highly visual 3d printing service with a strong and professional post-processing or 3d printing post processing team.
3D Printing Price
Cost-Effective High-Quality 3D Printing
The geometry of the part, the material, the desired post-processing applications and the size of the part are effective in 3d printing price. The material used and the quality of the material is a big factor. As superior engineering materials have different properties such as heat resistance and impermeability, their prices are higher. Apart from that, the price may be more affordable in terms of material.
What is 3D Printing?
3D Printing or prototyping, we use all of these terms for the manufacturing method in which we can transform elements modeled in 3D on a computer into tangible physical products. The production of 3D models sent to 3D Printers layer by layer with filament, powder or resin material is called 3D printing or additive manufacturing.
3D Printing | Additive Manufacturing
3D printing or additive manufacturing is the process of making solid objects from a digital 3D file. The production of a 3D printed product is made layer by layer in a 3D printer. Each of these layers can be viewed as a thinly sliced section of the product. 3D printing allows you to produce parts with complex shapes using less material than traditional manufacturing methods. The most fundamental, differentiating principle behind 3D printing is that it is an additive manufacturing process. And that’s really key because 3D printing is a radically different manufacturing method, based on cutting-edge technology that builds parts layer by layer under mm. This is fundamentally different from other existing conventional manufacturing techniques.
For many applications, traditional design and manufacturing processes impose a number of unacceptable constraints, including the need for expensive tools, fixtures and assembly for complex parts. In addition, subtractive manufacturing processes such as cnc can cause up to 90% of the original material block to be wasted. In contrast, 3D printing is the process of creating objects directly by adding material layer by layer in various ways depending on the technology used. Simplifying the ideology behind 3D printing can be compared to the process of automatically building something with Lego blocks for anyone still trying to understand the concept.
Different types of 3D printers each use a different technology that processes different materials in different ways. It is important to understand that one of the main limitations of 3D printing in terms of materials and applications is that there is no ‘one size fits all solution’. For example, some 3D printers process powder materials (nylon, plastic, ceramic, metal) that use a light/heat source to sinter/melt/combine the layers of the powder as defined. Others process polymer resin materials and again use a light/laser to solidify the resin into ultrathin layers. Spraying fine droplets is another 3D printing technology that resembles 2D inkjet printing but includes superior materials to the ink and a binder to fix the layers. Perhaps the most common and most easily recognized process is FDM, and it is the process used by the majority of entry-level 3D printers. This process extrudes plastics, usually PLA or ABS, since parts can be printed directly, it is possible to produce very detailed and complex objects, often with built-in functionality and eliminating the need for assembly.