Polyamide Priority - Get your 3D prints faster!

Fabian B

Administrators
  • Content count

    195
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About Fabian B

  • Rank
    Community Manager

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Not Telling

Recent Profile Visitors

488 profile views
  1. Hi Robert, Welcome to the forum and thanks for joining! Let us know if you have any questions concerning your project. We are always happy to help. Best, Fabian
  2. After testing the bigger printing sizes for Aluminum (announced on May 24) for several weeks, we re-updated these sizes again today. As of now, the maximum printing size in Aluminum is 440 x 220 x 320 mm. The pre-May 24 printing size was 250 x 250 x 295 mm. This means that the maximum printing size for Aluminum increases by 68% in the end. You can learn more about Aluminum 3D printing (incl. demo pieces, technology videos, and design guidelines) here: https://i.materialise.com/3d-printing-materials/aluminum
  3. Perfect timing, well done! Do you mind if we share this on Twitter (we will include a link of course)?
  4. Hi Jens-Uwe, Thanks for your feedback. If you need to order many small parts in Polyamide or Alumide, a grid container can reduce prices a lot. You can learn more about this here: https://i.materialise.com/blog/grid-container/ Other than that, we have a list of some other tips and tricks for price reductions here: https://i.materialise.com/blog/5-tips-to-make-your-3d-prints-cheaper/ Best regards, Fabian
  5. Hi Jens-Uwe, Thanks for getting in touch. Seems like you are looking for our Multiple File Upload page: https://i.materialise.com/multiple-file-upload On that page, you can simply upload up to 20 3D files at once. No need to zip them. Best regards, Fabian
  6. Hi Darren, Thanks for posting these pictures and sharing your 3D print with us! It really looks stunning? Did you create the 3D model with a software like ZBrush or Sculptris?
  7. Hi Pieter, This looks really cool! Thanks for sharing! Keep us posted about other prints of yours
  8. Hi there, Thanks for getting in touch. To get a rough estimate of the price, you can simply download a similar 3D file from online databases (like thingiverse.com) and upload the file here: https://i.materialise.com/3dprint You can then choose the material, check the size of the print, and set the quantity counter (if case you want to order the same model several times). Best regards, Fabian
  9. Hi there, Thanks so much for sharing the result! Looks stunning! Was this the first piece of jewelry that you created with 3D printing? Which software did you use for the design process? Best regards, Fabian
  10. Hi Christophe, Thanks a lot for sharing this print! Outstanding design! I am happy to hear that you like the result Please feel free to post your Instagram link and keep us up to date on the post processing process! Best regards, Fabian
  11. Hi Martin, Thank you for getting in touch and sorry for the relay. I forwarded your question to our dedicated team of support engineer who will take a look at your order and will inform you about the shipping date by email. Best regards, Fabian
  12. Hi Hans, and welcome to the forum! I am happy to hear that you want to use 3D printing for your model planes. Let us know if you have any questions or need any material recommendations! Best regards, Fabian
  13. Hello Fabian,

    Please contact me regarding improper use of one of my images by Fabb-it.

    Thank you,

    Kimberly

    ontogenie3d@gmail.com

  14. Hi and welcome to the forum! Thanks for sharing your story. Unfortunately, the link doesn't seem to work. Do you already have photos of the finished 3D prints? Best regards, Fabian
  15. Nice! Congrats on your first designed ring, Ammar. What a great job! Which software did you use for the 3D modeling part? And what was your inspiration for this design?