3D Printing Services in Hyderabad

Turn your ideas into products with our cutting – edge 3D printing services. Unleash your creativity without any boundaries as our team of experts will support you thoroughly in design validation and product development. Let it be a single prototype requirement or a batch production, we shall provide you highly precise and fully customized prototypes.

Avail our fast paced rapid prototyping services in the following technologies

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3D Printing Form

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Conceptual Designing Services

Choose the apt 3D printing Technology for you

Process VAT Photopolymerization Power Bed Fusion Powder Bed & Inkjet head Material Extrusion Material Jetting Powder Bed Fusion
Materials UV Curable Resins,
Waxes, Ceramics
Thermoplastics, Metals Metal alloy, Powdered Polymers, Plaster Thermoplastics,
UV Curable Resins,Waxes Metal
Concept Verification
Assemble / Packaging
High surface finish
Medium Functionality
High Functionality
Full Colour models
RTV patterns

What’s the difference between Desktop FDM and Industrial FDM?

Desktop FDM Industrial FDM
Components Suitable for prototypes Functional components can be printed too
Strength of product Low High
Build volume Low High
Accuracy Low High
Tolerance values High Low
Durability of the component Low High
Removal of Support material Chances of component damage are high while removing support material Soluble support materials are available, which can be removed easily
Problems in extrusion Common Do not occur
Time taken for printing Lower Higher
Layer separation and gaps Occurs Do not occur
Layer Resolution 150-350 microns (usually) 100 – 300 microns (usually)
Warping of the component Occurs sometimes Do not occur
Intricacies in the component Not possible Can be done easily
Calibration Usually manual calibration Auto-calibration
Ideal users Hobbyists willing to experiment with materials and colors Industries and companies looking for high quality prototypes
Surface finish Gaps, lines, scars, blobs, zits and curling on the surface may creep in Smooth surface finish
Price cheaper Costly


Our Work

3D Printing Process

3D printing or additive manufacturing is a process of making three dimensional solid objects from a digital file. Follow the steps below to turn your ideas into solid objects.

  • Design
3D design your ideas on your own or take the help of our experts
  • Upload
Upload your design files to get a quote
  • Print
3D Print your files with high quality
  • Deliver
Get your product delivered on time

Key Concepts

Layer Resolution: Every object has several layers of minute thickness. This thickness of each layer usually varies between 100 to 300 microns. The finer the layer thickness, the smoother the print quality. But, finer layer thickness will result in increased print time.

Material Selection: You can choose from a variety of thermoplastics materials like ABS – Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene; PLA – Poly Lactic Acid; PVA – Polyvinyl Alcohol, ABS Plus etc. in FDM technology.

Speed of Printing: The slower the speed, the better the quality of the product produced. The speed of the printing usually ranges from 40 mm/s to 150 mm/s.

In-fill Pattern: In-fill is the extent to which a part is filled with material underneath the surface of the product. Generally, you may not need a solid in-fill. The in-fills can be between 10% and 100% and the patterns of in-fills may also vary (rectangle/triangle/honeycomb/line etc.)

File Formats: The 3D slicing software which creates the input file for 3D printers require the design files to be in .obj or .stl file format. Files in any other formats need to be converted into compatible formats before we start printing

Mesh Repair: The 3D model designs may not always be fitting for 3D printing. This may happen because all the surfaces may not be closed/ inverted normals and flips/designs imported from sculpting/ designs in few animation software like ZBrush and Maya. In these cases, the mesh needs to be repaired/optimized to make the design compatible with the slicing software.

Guidelines for Designing

  • All the surfaces of the 3D model (mesh) must be closed. Only Air tight/Water tight models can be 3D printed. Else, the mesh needs to be closed/repaired.

  • The designs may sometimes have moving parts. Make sure you leave at least 0.5 to 1 mm space between them so that the parts do not get glued together during printing. The selection of tolerance value must be done with care in order to attain the desired movement between the parts.

  • The minimum thickness of the walls/parts should be 0.8 mm or above 1.2 mm for proper scalability.