Get 3D design files in the choice of formats like STL/ IGS/ STP/Part/ Obj etc which can be used for 3D Printing/ Moulds and other applications.For rendering, we share high quality jpeg images.
For any queries or to submit your design, drop an email to email@example.com or fill the contact form. Our team will get in touch with you with more details and estimates.
We can comment on the same, only after going through the source design.
We can repair your 3D design file by correcting the mesh or by adding details or checking for non-printable areas and provide the required STL file ready for 3D printing in any of the technologies - SLS/ FDM/ SLA/ PJP/ MJP or more.
Do not worry! As a habit, we keep customer data very secure. Additionally, we sign a NDA confidentiality form, for projects requiring data security
You can upload a 3D file in any of the following formats:
.3DM, .3MF, .STEP, .IGS, .DXF, X_T, .PLY, .SLDPRT, .SLDASM, .VRML, .ZBR, MB/MA.
The inputs that you can give are rough ideas scribbled on a paper, any physical component, reference models of components, and images.
When you upload your 3D file in certain formats, for instance .obj, you should include colours, textures and the 3D model in a .zip archive. To upload your 3D model to the site, you can send the texture files like .VRML, .ZBD, .FBX files by .zipping from your computer.
When you upload a design to our gallery, you may find that some geometric issues prevent it from being built without modifications. The most common reason is that the design does not unambiguously represent a solid object. Another possibility is that some parts are too thin to be synthesized.
Many 3D software modelling tools currently available focus on creating models for rendering and animation. Most of the time, this type of software does not require the object to be solid and only represents its surface. This information is sometimes insufficient to reconstruct a solid object solely based on the 3D design.
If possible, our software tools will attempt to automatically fix the design. However, some issues require manual editing by the designer.
Reverse engineering is taking apart an object to see how it works in order to duplicate or enhance the object. The practice, taken from older industries, is now frequently used on computer hardware and software.