3D printing procedure


Your 3D file

Construction of your model will start immediately after we receive your request for printing


3D print

Model is ready to use right after the printing is finished.


Ready for use

The exceptional properties of the printing material allow for direct usage of model for functional prototypes.

Rapid Prototyping

3D printing is a part of rapid prototyping field. The models are made of strong, durable and non-toxic ABS plastic.


FDM Technology

We use FDM technology (Fused Deposition Modeling) – gradual application of melted material in very thin layers. Only the amount of material that is absolutely necessary for building of model is used.



ABS Material

softwareOutstanding strength and toughness

softwareHigh impact and shock resistance

softwareChemical resistance, excluding organic solvents and aromatic hydrocarbons

softwareNon-absorbing, medical harmlessness, glossy and impervious surface

softwareFlexible even in low temperatures

PLA Material

softwareMedical harmlessness even for food industry


Maximal dimensions

x = 355 mm

y = 354 mm

z = 355 mm


3D printing procedure

1. We will clarify all the necessary parameters such as: thermal and mechanical load of the part, required print quality and delivery date.

2. Customer sends us designed 3D part. Preferred formats are .stp,.stl or one of the formats that we are able to work with. Max. dimension are 250 x 350mm, however we are able to print even bigger parts.

3. With regards to the complexity of the part we select thickness of layer 0.1270mm, 0.1778mm, 0.2540mm or 0.3320mm and start printing.

4. According to the customers need we can further improve the printed part and improve the surface quality.

5. We prepare the part for personal pickup by the customer or we pack it and send to the required destination

Importable formats

STEP, suffix: *.stp, *.step

CATIA V4, suffix: *.cat, *.model, *.exp

CATIA V5, suffix: *.CATPart, *.CATProduct, *.CATDrawing

STL, suffix: *.stl

ProE, suffix: *.prt, *.prt.*, *.asm, *.asm*

SolidEdge, suffix: *.part, *.asm.*, *.psm

SolidWorks, suffix: *.sldprt, *.sldasm, *.slddrw

Inventor, suffix: *.ipt, *.iam

DXF, přípona: *.dxf

IGES, suffix: *.igs, *.iges

Parasolid, suffix: *.x_t, *.x_b, *.xmt_txt, *.xmt_bin

PS2(PARTsolutions 2D file), suffix: *.ps2

PS3 (PARTsolutions 3D file), suffix: *.ps3

VDA, suffix: *.vda

VRML, suffix: *.wrl

ACIS, suffix: *.sat, *.sab, *asat, *asab

NX, suffix: *.prt

JT, suffix: *.jt

DWG, přípona: *.dwg

Exportable formats

STEP, suffix: *.stp, *.step

STL, suffix: *.stl

OBJ, suffix: *.obj

CATIA V4, suffix: *.model

CATIA V5 PART, suffix: *.CATPart

CATIA V5 ASSEMBLY, suffix: *.CATProduct

IGES, suffix: *.igs

VRML, suffix: *.wrl

Neutral, suffix: *.z3n, *.vxn

DWG/DXF, suffix: *.dwg, *.dxf

Advantages of 3D printing

3D printing is the most effective way of producing a prototype, master model etc. Thanks to it's speed 3D printing is also affordable for product presentation, single-part or a small-lot production. This technology allows for production of complex shaped parts or whole assemblies. In few hours it is possible to produce a model which would take few days with the use of standard technologies. Parts that are made this way are immediately ready for use and are also suitable as master models for production of molds.


Production of prototype models

Our 3D printer Stratasys F123 Series F370 is designed for rapid production of strong prototype models made out of ABS and PLA materials and uses FDM technology for construction of models. It uses the exact amount of material that is necessary.

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