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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 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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Get Brass Faster than Ever: Faster Lead Times!

Get Brass Faster than Ever: Faster Lead Times!

By Roxy | October 01, 2014

Brass fans rejoice! Our gold-plated brass now ships out of our 3D printing factory faster than anybody else's! Our fastest brass lead time is down to only 13 business days. The new 13 business day lead time is for “natural” brass only, but our “gold-plated” variety has also set a record: it ships out in only 15 business days. This is currently the fastest industry lead time in the industry for ...

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6 Amazing 3D Printed Large Scale Construction Projects

6 Amazing 3D Printed Large Scale Construction Projects

By Billy | September 29, 2014

Additive manufacturing is often associated with small, high-value, low-volume items. Since the early 1980’s 3D Printing technology has continually challenged the boundaries of what is possible-- and how large a 3D printed item can be. Most 3D designs can be digitally re-sized and printed at a large size, but that is not the main intention of a large-scale 3D print. Groups of architects have set...

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