Follow these steps to describe your needs, and you'll hear back from us today.
How to Get a Quote
How does this work?
Our services are designed to get you from concept to creation, and anywhere in between. Whether you're looking for a single 3D Printed part, a batch of custom trophies, or a new product design prototype -- completing the form above is the first step in the process.
Follow the steps above to provide your project details and contact information, and a Project Engineer will start working with you today.
Do you already have a 3D Model file?
If you already have a 3D Model file in STL, OBJ, STEP, or IGES format, you can get an instant online quote by uploading your 3D Model file(s) and checking out online.
Or, if you'd prefer to receive guidance from a Project Engineer, just complete the steps above and upload your 3D Model files where prompted.
Are you starting from scratch?
If you want to create something but don't have a 3D Model file to start with, we can create one for you with our 3D Design services, or 3D Scanning services if you want to base your design off of an existing physical object.
If you are looking for help turning any idea into physical reality -- whether it's creating a custom display piece or branded promotional item, or turning your concept drawings into a working product design prototype -- just describe what you're looking to create and we'll work with you to fill in the blanks and come up with a project plan.
Do you have an object for 3D Scanning?
Our 3D Scanning services allow you to digitize any physical object, and then further modify the design and create 3D Printed replicas of either the original part or the modified design.
To get a 3D Scanning quote, simply upload a few images of the part you need scanned, as well as a description of what you'd like us to do with the resulting 3D Model data: resize it, modify the design (please be specific), or produce 1:1 replicas in any of our 3D Printing material options.
If you don't have a 3D Model file, we will create one for you. In this case, these are the types of information you can provide to help communicate your project requirements: short written descriptions, simple sketches with dimensions, engineering drawings (if you have them), and reference images which show other existing objects with design aspects or aesthetic elements similar to what your final result is supposed to look like.
Reference images are easy to obtain with a simple online image search, and we stronlgy recommend you include at least one reference image to help supplement your written description.
How big is it? This is probably the most common piece of information that is left out in the initial project request. You don't have to be exact, but it's helpful to know an approximate size of the piece you're looking to create: is it three feet tall, or three inches?
How many do you need? Are you looking for a single object, or a dozen identical parts? Maybe you need a large batch of hundreds or thousands of parts -- whatever it is, be sure to let us know up-front how many parts you need.
Finished apperance: Do you need white plastic parts, with no painted finish? Maybe you want your items to be painted a solid color to match your brand's Pantone code, or maybe you're looking for a multicolor detailed painted finish or gold/chrome plating. Whatever it is,
be sure to communicate what the finished parts are supposed to look like.
Are you in a rush? It's helpful to know if you are working on a tight production deadline, so we can properly frame our approach to your project.