Online 3D printing calculator
Our online 3D printing calculator offers you significant advantages:
The main functions at a glance
In the following, we would like to introduce you to some useful features of our online 3D printing calculator that will make ordering your components much easier. For a guide to the full functionality of our calculator, from registration to ordering your components, please watch the video above. If you have any further questions or need assistance using the calculator, please feel free to contact us directly at any time.
1. Download quote
If you first need a quote for e.g. your purchasing department, you can easily get it via our calculator. After you have uploaded your components and selected the desired technology and material option, click on “Next” at the bottom right and then select the “Save as a Quote” option. On the next page you will then have the option to download the quote as a PDF file.
2. Contact service
If you have any questions about your order or if the price indicated in the calculator does not meet your expectations, you can contact us directly by clicking the “Contact Service” button. We will then review your request in more detail.
3. Repeat orders
In our online 3D printing calculator you can easily repeat orders you have already placed. To do this, go to the “Orders” tab in the menu on the left. You will then be taken to an overview of all your previous orders. Select the order you want to repeat and click the “Order Again” button in the upper right corner of the next page. You will then be redirected to our normal ordering process and can complete your order as usual.
Technologies for your 3D printing
Our 3D printing service offers you the right process for your projects. No matter what requirements you have for your components. For this purpose, we offer three different 3D printing technologies. In the following, we would like to briefly introduce them to you.
Selective laser sintering (SLS)
This process is one of the powder-based 3D printing processes and is characterized by its versatility. It is ideal for the production of functional prototypes as well as high-quality functional parts and small batches. In addition, it offers a wide range of materials as well as numerous options for post-processing the components.
HP Multi Jet Fusion (HP MJF)
This technology is currently the fastest and most economical powder-based process in the field of additive manufacturing. It can be used to produce extremely high-quality prototypes, functional parts and small batches that are also very robust and durable.
Fusion layering (FDM)
Fused deposition modeling (FDM) can be used to produce the largest components. The process is particularly suitable for early prototypes, design samples and components that do not require perfect surfaces. This process also offers you the largest selection of different materials.
Materials for your components
In addition to the respective technology, you can also select your desired material for your components at our service. A large number of different plastics are available to you. In this way, we ensure that you always find the right option for your application.
For the two powder-based processes SLS and HP MJF, for example, we have various polyamides on offer. For melt layering, you can choose from numerous filaments. Depending on the application, you can choose between flexible, chemically resistant or mechanically strong plastics, among others.
If you need further assistance with your selection, we recommend our Online Advisor. There you will also find more detailed info on all our materials.