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Upload your 3D design and instantly see the price for your models. Choose from a large selection of materials and colors, scale your design(s) to the ideal size, and order as many copies as you want.

  • 17 materials including (precious) metals and ceramics
  • Over 70 combinations of materials and finishes
  • Instant pricing and file fixing
  • Technically skilled advice
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No matter the occasion, no matter the budget, our talented community of designers makes sure there is something for everyone in our ever growing gallery of 3D printed objects.

Factory 2.0 for designers

We want you to focus on the creation of designs, made by you, while we do the manufacturing. i.materialise offers a range of value added services that go beyond just printing your designs. See what we can do to support your entrepreneur’s brand.

  • Connect your app to our API
  • Design consultancy
  • Logistics support
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An Intro to (our) 3D Printing Technologies: Stereolithography

An Intro to (our) 3D Printing Technologies: Stereolithography

By Franky | December 18, 2014

Contrary to popular belief, there’s not a one-size-fits-all approach to 3D printing. Although we offer 17 different materials and over 90 possible color and finish combinations, it takes us several different technologies to get the job done.  In general, 3D printing technologies can be split up into 2 groups: direct and indirect 3D printing. The main difference lies in the fact that the design is ...

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Ready, Set, GO! Slot Car Racing at Euromold 2014

Ready, Set, GO! Slot Car Racing at Euromold 2014

By Charlotte | December 17, 2014

The Materialise Slot Car Championship races over to Germany, a country that’s known around the world for its car manufacturing industry, for one last contest. More specifically, we went to Frankfurt for EuroMold, the world’s leading trade fair for design and application development, moldmaking and tooling. Over the course of 2014, Materialise organized a series of slot car races where participants...

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