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Contrary to popular belief, there isn't a one-size-fits-all approach to 3D Printing. This principle also applies to pricing. From Titanium to colorful Ceramics, Multicolor, Polyamide, 18K Gold and more, each material has its own criteria that influence its price. For the majority of designs, the (imaginary) box around your model or the model volume will be the main driver. But sometimes, model surface, orientation, and density also come into play.
Material
Startup Cost
Minimum Price
Price based on
Quantity Discount
ABS
Model volume, model surface, orientation
Required Machine Volume
Model volume, box around your model, model surface
Model volume
Model volume
Model surface
Model volume
Model volume
Model volume
Model volume, box around your model, orientation
Box around your model
Model volume, model surface, orientation
Model volume
Required Machine Volume
Model volume
Model volume
Model volume
Model volume, density
Model volume, box around your model, model surface
Model volume, model surface, orientation

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Startup Cost
A fixed cost independent from the parameters of your model (EUR/piece or USD/piece).

Minimum Price
The minimum price you have to pay per ordered piece. Unlike the startup cost, this cost vanishes when the price is higher than the minimum price (EUR/piece or USD/piece).

Box around your model
An imaginary box around your model determines how much space your design will take up in the printer (X x Y x Z = mm³).

Model Volume
The volume of your model is used to calculate the material cost (mm³).

Orientation
The way your model is positioned on the print platform will impact the support generation and therefore the price.

Density
The ratio of the box surrounding your model to the model volume will influence the price, and for example, will allow price corrections in designs with a low model volume and a large surrounding box (% mm³/mm³).

Quantity Discount
If you order two or more copies of a model, the price automatically decreases, mainly because the preparation of multiple copies can be carried out more efficiently.

Required Machine Volume
The volume of your models and the space around it that your model requires in the build chamber in order to build it successfully.