- SLS, HP MJF, FDM, SLA, Carbon DLS™, PolyJet and DMLS 3D
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- Over 35 Available Materials
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- Prototype & Serial Manufacturing
- Express 3D Printing within 3 Days
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We provide 3D printing services for the production of both prototypes and series of parts in as fast as 3 days. We have the capability to produce parts by Selective Laser Sintering (SLS), HP Multi Jet Fusion (HP MJF), Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), Stereolithography (SLA), Carbon DLS™, Direct Metal Laser Sintering and Polyjet.
Advantages of Ordering 3D Printed Parts from Xometry
Parts can typically be shipped in as little as 3 day, allowing for faster design iterations and speed to market.
Offers high-precision tolerances ranging from +/-0.1 – 0.3 mm, depending on customer specs.
We offer various finishing options as dying, media tumbling, sanding.
Choose from over 35 materials: rigid and flexible plastics, elastomers, metals.
3D Printing Materials
- ABS M30
- ABS SL7820
- Nylon 12 Carbon-Filled
- Nylon PA11
- Nylon PA12
- Nylon PA12 Glass-Filled
- PC-ABS Polycarbonate
- PC-ISO Polycarbonate
- PC-like Heat Resist Translucent
- PP Polypropylene
- ULTEM 1010 High-performance thermoplastics
- ULTEM 9085 High-performance thermoplastics
- Watershed XC 11122 ABS/PBT-like
- Xtreme Grey Polypropylene/ ABS-like
- Xtreme White 200 Polypropylene/ ABS-like
- RPU 70 (Rigid Polyurethane)
- FPU 50 (Flexible Polyurethane)
- EPX 82 (Epoxy)
- CE 221 (Cynate Ester)
- UMA 90 (Urethane Methacrylate)
- DPR 10
- Flex Whitish TPU/TPE-like
- Estane TPU M95
- Elastomeric Polyurethane (EPU 40)
- SIL 30 (Silicone)
- True Silicone
- Aluminium AlSiMG | EN 1706:1998
- Tool Steel MS1 | 1.2709
- Stainless Steel 17-4 | 1.4542
- Stainless Steel 316L | 1.4404
- Inconel 718
- Rigid Photopolymer (Black, Grey, White)
Finishing Options for 3D Printed Parts
This is a finish option with the fastest turnaround. Some parts are left with visible layers which can be removed upon request.
This finish option of polishing plastics allows the reduction of the surface roughness or improves clarity.
The printed parts can be dyed to any desired colour.
This process removes surface deposits by applying fine glass beads, without damaging the surface of the printed part.
The parts are placed in a tumber where their surface are gradually eroded down in order to get a perfect polished finish. Media tumbling improves the grain of a part to a satin-like matte.
Order any custom finish by mentioning it in the Instant Quote Engine.
3D Printing Projects made with Xometry
Creating a bike mount for Apple AirTag in under 2 weeks
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Gallery of 3D Prints
Comparison of our 3D printing capabilities
|SLS||HP MJF||SLA||FDM||Carbon DLS||DMLS||Polyjet|
up to 340 x 340 x 605 mm, but usually, we recommend the maximum size of 320 x 320 x 580 mm
up to 380 x 284 x 380 mm, while we normally recommend the maximum size of 356 x 280 x 356 mm
up to 480 x 480 x 560 mm
up to 914 x 610 x 914 mm
up to 119 x 189 x 300 mm. Recommended size: Within 100 x 100 x 150 mm
250 x 250 x 325 mm
up to 490 mm x 391 mm x 200 mm
~0.1 mm and for water-tight parts 1.5 mm, when wall thickness is higher
0.02 – 0.08 mm depending on the material
|Minimum feature size|
min 0.5 mm, 0.75 is recommended
min 0.5 mm, 0.7 is recommended
min 0.2 mm
min 1 mm is recommended
0.75 mm for cosmetic features, 1.5 mm for structural features
1.2 mm or greater for rigid. 2 mm or greater for rubber-like
±0.3% (± 0.3 mm)
±0.3% (± 0.2 mm)
±0.2% (± 0.2 mm)
±0.3% (± 0.3 mm)
±0.1% (±0.1 mm). However, tolerances are not guaranteed on the first attempt at a new design.
±0.2% (±0.1 – 0.2 mm)
±0.1 mm for the first dozens of mm is typical, plus ±0.05 mm for every mm thereafter
One of the most popular and inexpensive technologies for industrial 3D printing
A technology that produces highly accurate and durable parts at fast speeds, especially compared to other powder bed fusion technologies
A technology that produces extremely accurate and high-resolution parts
Widely known for a great material selection, accuracy, and possibility to print large parts.
A breakthrough technology that uses digital light projection, programmable liquid resins, and oxygen-permeable optics to produce parts with exceptional durability, resolution, and surface finish
Metal 3D printing technology. Selectively fuses a fine metal powder in aluminium or stainless steel
Polyjet is a rigid photopolymer 3D printing technology that produces high-detailed models.
|Read more about SLS||Read more about HP MJF||Read more about SLA||Read more about FDM||Read more about Carbon DLS||Read more about DMLS||Read more about Polyjet|
3D Printing Resources
3D Printing Materials Selection Guide
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Colour 3D Printing Options Overview
When designing products or their elements one of the essential features can be colour. Among other advantages, 3D printing can be effective when you need...Read more
Flexible polymers in 3D printing – an overview
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