3D Printers

3D printing is an Additive Manufacturing Technology; it creates an object by starting with nothing and adding material layer by layer until you have a completed object. An olden way of manufacturing is subtractive, meaning that you start with a block of material and start cutting away material until you have the part.

By Filament Technology

We offer varieties of material in multiple color options and both in 1.75mm & 2.85 mm diameter. Filaments are available in 250Grams, 1KG. 2kg/5kg spools are also available on made to order basis

ABS - Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

Industrial thermoplastic highly used for prototyping and making functional parts.

  • Printing Temperature: 220-250 °C
  • Heated Bed Temperature: 80 – 120 °C
PLA - Polylactic Acid

Biodegradable thermoplastic derived from renewable sources.

  •  Printing Temperature: 190-220 °C.
  •  Heated Bed Temperature: 50-60 °C
TPE / TPU (Flexible)

Polyurethane: Used to create flexible parts

  • Printing Temperature: 195°C – 230°C
  • Heated Bed Temperature: 50-60 °C
PVA - Polyvinyl Alcohol

Water soluble material is generally used to manufacture supports, as they can be easily removed from the part after manufacture.

  • Printing Temperature: 215°C – 225°C
  • Heated Bed Temperature: 50-60 °C
HIPS - High Impact Polystyrene

Dis-solvable filament that is usually used as support material. Easy to print with and recommended for beginners.

  • Printing Temperature: 220 – 260°C
  • Heated Bed Temperature: 100 – 120°C
PC – Polycarbonate

High strength material intended for tough environments and engineering applications.

  •  Printing Temperature: 260-310 °C
  •  Bed Temperature: 80-120 °C
Wood fill

About 70% PLA and 30% recycled wood fibers. Gives a wood like effect to your 3D Prints.

  •  Printing Temperature: 230 – 260°C
  •  Heated Bed Temperature: 50°C

3D Printing Technology

FDM or fused deposition modelling
The material is fused together layer by layer in a specified pattern to create a 3D object. The process involves the use of thermoplastic material that reaches melting point and is then forced out, to create a 3D object layer by layer.
SLA or Stereolithography
An object is created by selectively curing a polymer resin layer-by-layer using an ultraviolet (UV) laser beam. The materials used in SLA are photosensitive thermoset polymers that come in a liquid form
SLS or Selective Laser Sintering
A laser selectively sinters the particles of a polymer powder, fusing them together and building a part layer-by-layer. The materials used in SLS are thermoplastic polymers that come in a granular form

By Usage

Consumer / Enthusiast 3D Printers

Commercial / Professional 3D Printers

Industrial 3D Printers

Corporate / Personalized Gifts

A 3D printer can make gifts personalized and special. Check out this list of 3D printed gift ideas, you’re sure to find something for that special someone!

We do 3D photo frame, 3D Photo Lamp, Figurines, Busts, Customized Jewellery, Key chains, Pen Stand, Phone Stand, Thumb Drive, Visiting Card Stand etc.

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Safi House, Old No 249 New No 339
Anna Salai , First Floor (opp to Kamarajar Arangam) Teynampet,
Chennai  600006, Tamilnadu, India.

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