FDM 3D PRINTING PRICE

​Fast & cost-effective for rapidly prototyping, large display models, or functional prototypes if you don't mind layer lines.

Total Price = (Price Per Build Plate x Build Plates Used) + (Price Per Hour x Hours of Print Time) + (Price Per Gram x Grams of Materials Used)

Coarse Resolution: 1.2mm XY & 0.48mm Z

Fine Resolution: 0.72mm XY & 0.32mm Z

UltraFine Resolution: 0.36mm XY & 0.16mm Z

Tolerance: +- Z Resolution 

PLA

New Build Plate: $60 Per Plate

Reprint Old Build Plate: $30 Per Plate

Material Cost: $0.050 Per Gram

Print Time Cost: $4.17 Per Hour


Max Size: 300mm x 300mm x 400mm

Lead Time: Same Day or Longer

Hardness: Hard & Slightly Brittle

Heat Tolerance: 60C Indoor Use Only

Shrinkage: About 1.5%

Surface Finish: Beautiful Surface Finish, Best of All FDM Materials

Use Case: Indoor Cosmetic Pieces or Mold Making

PETG

New Build Plate: $60 Per Plate

Reprint Old Build Plate: $30 Per Plate

Material Cost: $0.075 Per Gram

Print Time Cost: $6.25 Per Hour


Max Size: 300mm x 300mm x 400mm

Lead Time: One Day or Longer

Hardness: Hard & Slightly Flexible

Heat Tolerance: 80C Outdoor Heat Resistance

Shrinkage: About 0.5%

Surface Finish: Slightly Worse Than PLA, But Can Be Improved With Post Processing

Use Case: More Durable & Heat Resistant Than PLA

TPU

New Build Plate: $60 Per Plate

Reprint Old Build Plate: $30 Per Plate

Material Cost: $0.120 Per Gram

Print Time Cost: $8.33 Per Hour


Max Size: 300mm x 300mm x 400mm

Lead Time: One Day or Longer

Hardness: Flexible Hard Rubber

Heat Tolerance: 60C Indoor Use Only

Shrinkage: About 0.9%

Surface Finish: Worst of All FDM Materials With Blobs & Stringing, But Can Be Improved With Post Processing

Use Case: Flexible Replacement Parts or Flexible Prototype Objects

ABS

New Build Plate: $60 Per Plate

Reprint Old Build Plate: $30 Per Plate

Material Cost: $0.150 Per Gram

Print Time Cost: $12.50 Per Hour


Max Size: 300mm x 300mm x 400mm

Lead Time: One Day or Longer

Hardness: Hard & Durable

Heat Tolerance: 105C Roughly Boiling Point of Water

Shrinkage: About 2.5%

Surface Finish: Worse Than PLA, But Can Be Improved With Post Processing 

Use Case: Functional Replacement Parts or Functional Prototype Objects