3D printing excels in its ability to output complex geometrical features that other conventional methods struggle with or simply can't produce. active print time can be as short as minutes.
kitCAD3d pledge of excellence is reflected in the printers we select, material, print tests, software, settings, preparation, finishing, and material. we take time to speak to our customers regarding the intended usage of their 3D prints for strength optimization.
we often advise our customers on ways to save time & cost, by including manufacturing methods not limited to 3D printing, and through material selection.
kitCAD3d’s 3D printers are manufactured by Prusa Research in the EU (Prague, Czech Republic). Prusa printers are renowned for their print quality and reliability, facts that our customers and 3D print results can attest to.
since 3D printing’s early days, Prusa research revolutionized 3D printing in many ways; Prusa’s very first i3 spawned thousands of other printers, many of which have come and gone. Prusa Slicer is one of the most popular 3D printing software, and similarly, it was the foundation on which other branded slicers are built on.
- PLA (polylactic acid)
- PETG (polyethylene terephthalate glycol)
- ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene)
- resin (photopolymer)
- print colour
- colour fastness
- smooth surface
- spray paint
- physical object
- 3D model
- abrasion resistance (hardness)
- deformation resistance (strength)
- fracture resistance (toughness)
- PLA, PETG, ABS (0.5mm)
- resin (0.5mm)