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Our 3D printing capabilities

Sfrutta la nostra rete di partner di servizi di stampa 3D per i tuoi prototipi e parti personalizzate stampate in 3D per la produzione. Con dieci processi di stampa 3D (DMLS, SLA, SLS, MJF, FDM, DLP, DED, Binder Jet, Large Scale e Polyjet), garantiamo la migliore qualità e prezzo. Ricevi le tue parti stampate in 3D entro pochi giorni.

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

Expert in the development of consulting, design, and manufacturing services & and end-to-end engineering execution management.

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Stereolithography (SLA)

Through UV photopolimerization, SLA creates high-resolution, detailed prototypes and functional parts.

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Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Through layer by layer plastic powder sintering, SLS constructs durable, complex objects, especially useful for functional prototypes and end-use parts.

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Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

Utilizes fine powders and ink jet printing based technology to fuse layers, delivering high-quality, functional parts with exceptional detail and speed.

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Polyjet

Through jetting layers of liquid photopolymer onto a build tray, Polyjet produces highly detailed, multi-material prototypes and end-use parts.

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Fused Model Deposition (FDM)

Builds objects layer by layer using thermoplastic filament, making FDM an accessible and cost-effective method.

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Digital Light Processing (DLP)

Utilizes a digital projector to selectively cure layers of photosensitive resin, enabling fast and high-resolution printing of intricate objects.

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Large Scale

Through a deposition nozzle placed on a robotic arm creates large objects, enabling production of oversized parts or structures.

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Direct Energy Deposition (DED)

Focused energy source to deposit material, suitable for repairing or adding material to existing components.

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Binder Jet

Uses a liquid binding agent to adhere layers of powdered material, building layer by layer.

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Our 3D printing materials

With our 3D printing service choose from more than 74 plastic and metal materials.

Plastics

Elastomers

Flexible, rubber-like materials that can be sintered and used to produce objects with stretchable and resilient properties.
8 materials available:

  • TPU 95A
  • TPU 98A
  • TPU 88A
  • TPU 86A
  • TPU 70A
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Polymers

Versatile materials that can be sintered into various shapes, offering a wide range of applications from prototyping to finished products. More than 30 materials available:

  • PLA
  • PETG
  • ABS CF20
  • PP GF30
  • PA11
  • PA12
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Technopolymers

Advanced engineering-grade plastics, offering durability, strength, and heat resistance suitable for industrial applications. More than 17 materials available:

  • PA12 GF
  • PA6 CF15
  • PA CF (onyx)
  • ULTEM 9085
  • PEEK CF20
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Resins

Liquid photopolymer that solidifies when exposed to ultraviolet light, enabling high-resolution and detailed prints. More than 13 materials available:

  • ABS like
  • Rubber like
  • Accura Extreme
  • High HDT
  • Medical
  • Transparent
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Metals

Aluminum Alloys

Metal powders sintered "layer by layer" by laser (Direct Metal Laser Sintering - DMLS), that offer lightweight, strength and good thermal behavior ideal for producing strong and intricate components with high precision.

  • AlSi10Mg - standard
  • AlSi10Mg - fine
Copper

Metal powders sintered "layer by layer" by laser (Direct Metal Laser Sintering - DMLS), enabling the creation of complex and conductive metal parts for various applications.

  • Pure Copper
Nickel Alloys

Metal powders sintered "layer by layer" by laser (Direct Metal Laser Sintering - DMLS), offering excellent corrosion resistance and high-temperature performance for demanding industrial applications.

  • Inconel 625 - standard
  • Inconel 718 - standard
  • Inconel 718 - fine
Steel

Metal powders sintered "layer by layer" by laser (Direct Metal Laser Sintering - DMLS), producing strong and durable components, also stressed by high temperature and corrosive gas with various mechanical properties. More than 8 materials available:

  • 316L - standard
  • 316L - fine
  • 17-4 PH - standard
  • Maraging steel 1.2709
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Titanium Alloys

Metal powders sintered "layer by layer" either by laser (Direct Metal Laser Sintering - DMLS) or by electron beam (Electron Beam Melting - EBM) leading to lightweight components with excellent corrosion and dynamic resistance.

  • Ti6Al4V - standard

Our post processing and surface finishes for 3D print parts

Post Processing

CNC machining

Involves removing excess material from printed parts using computer-controlled cutting tools to meet precise requirements of dimensions and surface finishing.

Hot Isostatic Pressing - HIP

Hot Isostatic Pressing (HIP) involves subjecting printed metal parts to high temperature and pressure to reduce porosity, improve material properties and fatigue behaviour. 

Dyeing

The process of coloring printed objects using specialized dyes or pigments to enhance their appearance or functionality.

Painting

Involves applying protective coatings or decorative finishes to printed objects using specialized techniques to improve aesthetics and durability.

Vapor smoothing

Exposing printed plastic parts to solvent vapor to achieve a smooth surface finish by melting and re-solidifying the outer layer reducing porosity and increasing surface finishing

Quality Controls

Coordinate Measuring Machine - CMM

Involves using a Coordinate Measuring Machine to measure the geometrical characteristics of an object with high precision.

Geometrical optical measurement - 3D Scan

Utilizes optical measurement techniques to create a digital 3D model, used to compare and verify tolerances.

2D X-ray Inspection

Employs X-ray imaging to examine the internal structure of objects, identifying defects and ensuring structural integrity.

Computer Tomography scan - CT scan

Uses computed tomography to create detailed cross-sectional images of an object, allowing for in-depth inspection of its internal features.

Density Test

Measures the density of materials to ensure they meet specified standards and quality requirements.

Functional Testing

Leakage Test

Checks for leaks in sealed systems or components to ensure they are airtight and function properly.

Pressure Test

Subjects parts to pressure to verify their strength and integrity, ensuring they can withstand operational conditions.

Why choose Madeinadd for online 3D printing service?

Instant quotes

With our 3D printing service, every time you request a 3D printing quote, we propose at least one alternative solution.

Confidentiality

For all your 3D printing projects, stringent data protection and security measures are in place to ensure total confidentiality.

Wide range of choices

With Madeinadd, you can access 75+ plastic and metal materials and a wide range of post processes and finishes.

Certified quality

Advanced quality control processes to ensure your 3D printing parts are made to spec.

Expert advice

Tailored business and engineering expert advice to help you get our ideas ready for production.

Large network of manufacturing partners

Our qualitified network of manufacturing partners located across Italy, gives you access to unlimited capacity, short lead-times and the best price

Compare our 3D printing processes

You need to manufacture custom 3D printed parts but you are not sure what process to use? The table below gives you all the indications your need to select the right process for your 3d printed parts.

Process

Materials

Size boundaries

Tolerances

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS)

Aluminum
Alloys
Copper
Steel
Nickel Alloys
Titanium Alloys

max. dimension:
500 × 280 × 350 mm

min.feature:
0.6-0.8 mm

±0.5% (±0.2mm)

Stereolithography (SLA)

Resin

max. dimension:
1350 × 750 × 500 mm

min.feature:
0.2-0.5 mm

±0.2% (min. 0.2mm)

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Technopolymers
Polymers
Elastomers

max. dimension:
1350 × 750 × 500 mm

min.feature:
0.8 mm

±0.3% (±0.3mm)

Multi Jet fusion (MJF)

Technopolymers
Polymers
Elastomers

max. dimension:
380 x 284 x 380mm

min.feature:
0.5 mm

±0.3% (±0.3mm)

PolyJet

Polymers

max. dimension:
490 × 380 × 200 mm

min.feature:
1.2-2 mm

±0.1%

Fused Model Deposition (FDM)

Technopolymers
Polymers
Elastomers

max. dimension:
914 × 609 × 914 mm

min.feature:
1.2-1.5 mm

±0.5% (±0.5mm)

Digital Light Processing (DLP)

Resin

max. dimension:
510 × 280 × 350 mm

min.feature:
0.5 mm

±0.30 mm < 100mm ; ±0.3% > 100 mm

Direct Energy Deposition (DED)

Steel

max. dimension:
1200 × 800 × 600 mm

Large Scale

Polymers
Elastomers

max. dimension:
2500 × 2500 × 4000 mm

min.feature:
3 mm

±5 mm/mtl

Binder Jet

Metals

max. dimension:
400 × 310 × 150 mm

min.feature:
3 mm

±3%

How it works

Our end-to-end process, tailored to your needs

Upload & configure your part

3D file(s) or start from scratch

Statement Of Requirements

Lifecycle information

Scenario Proposal

Technology & material

Design level

Validation plan

Business case (cost, leadtime, etc.)

Lifecycle planning (return on invesment)

Design Optimization

Design feedback

Re-designs

Design-from-scratch

Optimize for technology (3DP, CNC)

Supply Chain Procurement

Source from certified network

Match ideal certified partner

Create procurement plan

Manufacturing & Quality Control

Parts are manufactured to spec

Stringent quality control

Parts are packed and shipped

Receive your parts

You receive the parts

Re-order with minimal hassle, whenever needed

Map of Italy showing our network of local manufacturing partners

We work exclusively with certified, local manufacturing partners

We have a carefully curated network of trusted manufacturing partners which are certified and constantly monitors, leveraging decades of expertise to help you get your 3D parts into production, with flexible access to the technologies you need.

FAQ about our 3D printing service

How can I reduce my 3D prints cost?

To reduce the cost of your 3D prints, Madeinadd offers several strategies such as optimizing designs for efficiency, utilizing cost-effective materials, and leveraging batch printing to maximize production output. Our team can provide tailored recommendations based on your specific project requirements to help you achieve cost savings without compromising quality.

How do you guarantee the quality of my 3D parts?

At Madeinadd, we ensure the quality of your 3D parts through stringent quality control processes. From material selection and printing parameters to post-processing and testing, our eco-system adheres to industry best practices to deliver parts that meet or exceed your expectations. We utilize advanced testing methods and quality post-processes to guarantee the durability, accuracy, and consistency of your 3D printed parts.

How do you guarantee the confidentiality of 3D parts?

Protecting our customers' intellectual property is a top priority at MadeInAdd. We have strict confidentiality protocols in place to safeguard sensitive information and proprietary designs. Our team members are bound by non-disclosure agreements, and we implement secure data handling practices to prevent unauthorized access or misuse of intellectual property. Additionally, we are open to discussing customized agreements or additional measures to address specific concerns and ensure the utmost protection of our customers' needs.

How can I improve the design of my 3D printing parts?

Madeinadd offers design optimization services to help you improve the functionality, efficiency, and manufacturability of your 3D printing parts. Our team of experienced engineers can provide valuable insights and recommendations to optimize designs for specific printing technologies, materials, and applications. By leveraging advanced simulation tools and expertise in additive manufacturing, we can enhance the performance and quality of your 3D printed parts while minimizing costs and lead times.

How much does 3D printing cost?

The cost of 3D printing depends on various factors such as the complexity of the design, the type of material used, the printing technology employed, and the desired quantity of parts. Madeinadd offers transparent pricing based on these factors, providing customized quotations based on your project requirements. Our team can provide detailed cost estimates and recommendations to help you understand the cost implications and make informed decisions about your 3D printing projects.

What are the advantages of 3D Printing?

3D printing offers numerous advantages, including rapid prototyping, design flexibility, cost-effectiveness for low-volume production, and customization capabilities. Madeinadd specializes in harnessing these benefits to help you accelerate product development, reduce time-to-market, and unlock new opportunities for innovation. Whether you're looking to create prototypes, produce customized parts, or optimize supply chain processes, 3D printing offers unparalleled advantages that can transform your business operations and drive competitive advantage.

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