FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

With the help of digital 3D models 3D printing technology employs layered printing so that tangible objects can be created. In simple words when someone has a blueprint of any object like say the Taj Mahal, a cup or even a bus one can get it printed in three dimensions. So, with the help of it you can easily print a replica of three dimensions of anything say the Taj Mahal or just a cup!

For this type of printing different raw materials are used and they include plastics, paper, wood, resin, and glass. With it things that were in your imagination will become real and you can touch them and feel them just like any original object.

Thus, even in the field of architecture it is possible to use this technology and make your customer satisfied. Let’s explore how you can utilize this system.

The most common materials are ABS and PLA, TPU (Flexible), Many different materials can be used for 3D printing. You can visit our Material Guide for more information material.

The time taken to print any object depends upon the size of the object and settings set for an object. A small object with less dimensions and infills can be printed in less than an hour. Objects with higher dimensions will take several hours to print.

For best results in your 3D printing, we suggest uploading in .STL or .OBJ format. But we accept many more file types.

Generally the formula is: printing price = printer cost + material cost. Printer and material cost are calculated depending on the settings on the 3D Printing page. The cost can be calculated through material volume, weight or bounding box.

Our Instant Quotes page provides instant estimations. You can upload your design file (.STL) file, choose material to get instant quotes and you can place order online or You can send email at [email protected] or contact us

Find a file online from a website like Thingiverse or GrabCAD.
Create a 3D file yourself with a CAD program. You can do it for free with programs like Sketchup, TinkerCAD, or 123D Design, Solidworks, etc.

3D printing is also known as desktop fabrication or additive manufacturing, it is a prototyping process whereby an real object is created from a 3D design. The digital 3D-model is saved in STL format and then sent to a 3D printer. The 3D printer then print the design layer by layer and form a real object.

Feel free to visit:
http://www.3deefab.com/en/faq/stl

Layer height options range from 0.1mm (0.005 inches) to 0.4 mm (0.02 inches) and vary by material and 3D printer. Your ideal layer height will depend on your part and application.

Simply change your selected material, color, or quantity on the left hand side of the screen and click “Order 3D print” again. There is another option for manual quote, select appropriate your types and send us details in full.

Currently we are offering a built platform of up to 500mm for 3d printer.

We accept:

  • Instamojo (Visa, Master Card, Net Banking, Wallet, and more options.)
  • Bank transfer NEFT
  • UPI Payment

Our Customer Services Team can sort this out for you. If you email the team, please include your name and order number in the subject line.

Of course. You will receive an official invoice bill including 18% GST from us.

Shree Maruti Courier, DTDC India , First Flight , India Post , Bluedart etc.

Shipping costs depend on the shipping method chosen and the destination States, Flat rate shipping is applied for transparency and varies for each states (India).

The transit time for the shipment depends on your location. It typically takes 1-7days.

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