Formalize is specialized in producing parts, housings and other technical products.
For figurines, miniatures and high-precision parts, we recommend using our SLA 3D printing technique.
3D printing service from Formalize: from prototypes to series parts, we 3D print your models qualitatively, competitively priced and with guaranteed quality.
As soon as you upload a 3D model, you will see a digital preview. After the material and colour choice has been made, a non-binding quotation will be shown immediately. If you want to order your 3D printed product you can add it to your shopping basket and proceed to the checkout page.
We do our best to make our 3D printing service as user-friendly as possible. Below is a brief explanation of how to use our 3D printing service.
Possibilities: Formalize offers 4 different plastic materials in various colours. This makes it possible to execute many projects, from strong parts to decorative objects.
Expertise: Our expertise for 3D printing is high, so we can give you appropriate advice for your project and think along where necessary.
Delivery time: We offer the possibility to 3D print the orders within 7, 5 or 3 business days, within these days your order will be shipped by us.
We have over 5 years of experience in the 3D printing industry, over the years we have been able to help various customers with our 3D printing service. From machine builders to hobbyists, our machinery enables us to start production in a short period of time, regardless of the quantity. For example, we are regularly engaged in serial production of various parts.
FDM stands for Fused Deposition Modeling, which means that our machines melt the object together layer by layer. This is done by forcing a thread of plastic material through a nozzle under a certain pressure. The nozzle follows a path with each layer to form the layer of the object. As soon as the first layer has solidified, the next layer is melted on top of the first and so on until the object is complete.
SLA stands for Stereolithography; it owes this name to the technique that is used. The SLA 3D printing technique uses an epoxy resin that is hardened by a high-resolution LCD screen. The build platform moves upwards allowing epoxy resin to creep between the build surface and LCD screen, once this happens the UV lamps behind the LCD screen are activated to cure the print layer. Because the screen has a high resolution, we can achieve the smallest details and highest precision with this technique.