Whether you are an individual, a professional, a designer, a craftsman or an artist, we can 3D print your projects.

Just use our online ordering tool to get your parts in only a few clicks.

Learn more about the choices you have when ordering.

We have recently added a feature to our website at the request of our customers, namely the shopping cart transfer.

Now you can share access to your 3D files securely with other users. All of this is handled directly on your customer page and can be done with just a few clicks.

Learn more about this new feature now.

We have several technologies to print your projects in 3D. Each method has its own advantages and disadvantages, so it is important to choose carefully.

Once your models are ready and you have an idea of the materials you will need for your model, you can select the manufacturing method that best matches your other design criteria.

Learn more about our different technologies.

The medical field is a sector where there are many constraints that are always evolving and changing with the new technologies being developped. The resources used in surgery or to treat patients must be very precise and personalized. This means that the parts required are limited and therefore very expensive. 3D printing is a solution that is increasingly being considered and which brings a lot to the future of health and allows care adapted for each patient.

See the different applications of this technology.

We now offer a superior finish for parts printed in SLA. Chose this option to obtain parts with an irreproachable quality of finish!

We have all the tools and patience it takes to manually remove and polish away visible defects left by the printing process.

Let our production team make your parts as perfect as possible.

We have incorporated a new engineering resin into our material options which is used in the lost wax casting process.

This resin is a material containing 20% wax, allowing reliable and clean burning, without residue or ash. It perfectly reproduces intricate details and results in smooth surfaces characteristic of stereolithographic printing. The printed parts are strong enough to be handled without UV curing after printing, to undergo fittings and to be used directly for casting.

Having a Shore hardness of 50A, it is suitable for the prototyping of parts usually made from silicone.

Choose Elastic Resin to make parts that require bending, stretching, being compressed and withstanding cyclical stresses without tearing.

Whether it's improving a part, doing a stress test, or creating a hard-to-mold part, 3D printing can help you produce metal parts more intelligently. These new methods make it possible to bypass traditional production techniques to make high quality components using a single machine. Gone are the days of high overhead expenses such as tooling charges, maintaining heavy machinery, training, and costly manual labor.

Learn more about these new developments.

Our new polyjet machine is now ready to produce your parts!

Able to go up to a resolution of 13 microns, this technology makes it possible to combine precision and speed. It can also print large parts thanks to its 260 x 260 x 200 mm (10.24 × 10.24 × 7.9 in) area.

Several materials are available to order!

New: The RUSH 24 delay option is now available for this technology.

Using our 3 RUSH production options, your parts can be ready in 24, 48, or 72 hours.

These accelerated lead times will help you validate your 3D designs and build of your prototypes faster. 

Connect to our online quoting services to place your order today.