Quick short-run production
We deliver plastic parts using HP Multi Jet Fusion technology, which allows us to create durable elements in any geometrical shape. We ensure a fast process with no initial costs and delivery within 3 working days.
- Economic alternative to injection moulding
- Any geometrical part
- Fast implementation
Advantages of additive technologies
When should you choose 3D printing technology?
You want to minimize upfront expenses
You require parts with short lead times
Your parts are complex
When Does 3D Printing Make Financial Sense?
Meanwhile, the chart on the right illustrates the relationship between the quantity of produced parts and their unit cost in both technologies.
- No Initial Costs: 3D printing eliminates the need for costly molds
- Rapid Turnaround: It offers fast production turnaround times.
- Greater Geometric Flexibility: 3D printing excels at handling complex designs.
- MDesign Flexibility Between Batches: You can make project changes between production runs.
3D Printing Technology
Why choose HP's Multi Jet Fusion?
Low production costs
High performance of machines
3D printing - Short-run Production
What does collaboration with Cubic Inch look like?
Send us your parts in STL or STP format.
3D Model Optimization
Our 3D printing engineers know how to optimize your parts to ensure maximum reliability and durability.
Based on the final parts, we will provide a customized offer tailored to your specific needs, including estimated lead times.
Quick Part Production
Upon accepting the offer, we will commence the production of your parts.
Who are the primary users of our service?
Our case studies
See the short-run projects for our customers
Check out how short-run manufacturing in 3D printing supports companies of all sizes and from all industries.
Learn more about the possibilities of using 3D printing in short run manufacturing
Our specialists answer frequently asked questions about short-run production.
The production cost per single piece is the same for one item and for 1,000 items, but, of course, when ordering larger quantities, we give discounts.
The lead time of such an order depends on the size of the parts. In the case of small elements, it will be 5 working days, and larger ones may take up to a month. Based on the 3D model of the part, we can state the completion date quickly.
There are four main factors which affect the price: the number of parts ordered, the overall size and volume, as well as the required lead time (for longer lead times we give larger discounts).
The repeatability of printed parts is one of our priorities. Once a week, we print special parts for a measurement to verify the accuracy of dimensions and correct the printing process if necessary.
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Practical Insights into Additive Manufacturing