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i.materialise is an online 3D printing service for all people with an eye for design and a head full of ideas. Turn your ideas into 3D printed reality.
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Upload and order your 3D printed designs

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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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
  • And more…
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3D Printing and Public Education Join Forces to Create Tactile Learning Objects for Students With Total or Partial Blindness

3D Printing and Public Education Join Forces to Create Tactile Learning Objects for Students With Total or Partial Blindness

By Darya | August 22, 2014

Could 3D printing launch a revolution for 285 million people with total or partial blindness? Many of us learn by visually browsing thousands of texts, images, and videos. Until recently, hundreds of millions of people with total or partial blindness could not access most of this information. They relied on slow-moving braille translations, a situation that noticeably improved with the launch of t...

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The Printable 3D Design Checklist: Common Design Flaws and How to Fix Them

The Printable 3D Design Checklist: Common Design Flaws and How to Fix Them

By Roxy | August 21, 2014

As many as 50% of online 3D designs posted online are unprintable. Is yours one of them? Thankfully, reliable printing services (including our team at i.materialise) do not charge users for rejections. If your service does, they might be overcharging you. To fix an unprintable 3D design, you can hire an expert or fix it yourself. Fixing your own design saves money, and can be surprisingly ...

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3D Printing "Tactile Learning Objects" could encourage more blind students to enter fields:

about 16 hours ago