Brass is an all-time favorite in our metal assortment for 3D printing and it can be finished in so many ways that it is the perfect material to unleash your creativity.
Due to popular demand, we wanted to make brass even more affordable and give makers and beginners the opportunity to access this wonderful material. From today onwards, we offer our brass in its original state: Untreated Brass. (more…)
The end of the year is approaching fast and this is the perfect time to remember the past year. 2017 has been full of exciting improvements and updates for i.materialise. In case you missed something, join us in looking back at the news this year brought to i.materialise: new finishes, colors, features – and a brand new technology!
All good things come in threes and today we are happy to introduce three new stunning colors for your polyamide prints: Bordeaux, Petrol Blue and Brown.
Recently, we presented some new finishes for polyamide: improved polished, satin and waterproof. But we wanted to offer you an even bigger selection for your polyamide 3D designs. (more…)
Have you ever thought about turning a real object into a 3D model to print? Scanning and 3D printing go hand in hand. Therefore, we are proud to announce our collaboration with Qlone, a mobile app for 3D scanning.
Are you thinking about ordering a 3D print several times? Then read this blog post and learn how you can save money, big time!
“Do you store my files?” “Who guarantees that no one will take my ideas and copy them?“ “Can I print Star Wars characters with you guys?” – These are typical questions we get at meetups and fairs. It seems like some clarification is in order when it comes to intellectual property and 3D printing, and in this blog post I’ll try to explain the basics in a simple way.
Stereo Summer has begun! Over the next weeks, we will talk about new discounts, enhancements, and surprises in the world of Stereolithography. First in line is our Gray Resin.
Creating an ideal 3D printable model can be intimidating to new users. If you follow this blog closely, you’ve probably heard us advise you about avoiding common 3D modeling errors. That’s why many people ask us: what happens if I place an order, but my file still contains errors?
Now that’s a big one: We’ve noticed that aluminum 3D prints are often demanded for large designs – and that’s why we decided to increase the printing size by a swooping 68%.
Formerly, the maximum printing size in aluminum was 250 x 250 x 295 mm. Now, however, you order prints with a size up to 440 x 220 x 320 mm!
Simply upload your 3D file, choose our 3D printed aluminum from the list of material, and place your order.
3D printing your designs has now become as simple as it gets. As you might already have noticed, we redesigned our uploading and instant pricing page. It is now clearer and more user-friendly – and makes your uploading, pricing and ordering process even easier. Let’s take a closer look!