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3D Printing

Instant order 3D Printing service with multiple materials and printing properties to choose from!

How to order:
– Upload your STL file
– Choose your preferred part material/colour
– Add to cart

Note: A £1 start-up fee will be applied to your overall order at checkout

Things to note:

Origin8 offers competitive pricing and high quality standards for DMLS/SLS parts. If you have parts larger than our FDM/Resin capacity or require this specific method of manufacture then please contact us using the online quotation tool by clicking here.

It is also recommended to send physically large/complex files using the online quotation tool to obtain optimised pricing.

Default Settings:

FDM prints will use the following default settings:

  • Layer Height: 0.2mm
  • Infill: 30%
  • Post Finish: Support material removed

Resin Prints will use the following default settings:

  • Layer Height: 0.05m
  • Infill: 100% walls with 1.5mm shell thickness applied to all parts (i.e. parts printed hollow)
  • Post Finish: Support Material removed + UV curing

If you require any deviation to these settings then please use the online quotation tool to obtain a personalised quotation.

Shipping / Delivery Leadtime = 7-10 days from payment receipt. Parts will be sent recorded delivery by courier – Note: Origin8 only ship within the UK

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Max Part Size: 400x400x450mm
PETG is more flexible than PLA or ABS. In terms of durability it is more durable than PLA but less durable than ABS. The colour of this resin is stated as 'clear' but without post finishing (polishing) it will be more of a translucent colour.
PLA filament which changes colour from Green to Yellow when exposed to temperatures above 33 deg C (hand warmth)
PLA filament which changes colour from Orange to Yellow when exposed to temperatures above 33 deg C (hand warmth)
PLA filament which changes colour from White to Purple when exposed to temperatures above 33 deg C (hand warmth)
Luminous PLA filaments which contain phosphorescent materials that glow in the dark after absorbing light energy. During daytime the filaments are an opaque white colour.
Luminous PLA filaments which contain phosphorescent materials that glow in the dark after absorbing light energy. During daytime the filaments are an opaque white colour.
Luminous PLA filaments which contain phosphorescent materials that glow in the dark after absorbing light energy. During daytime the filaments are an opaque white colour.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
Made from PLA and recycled wood particles. Has the appearance of wood but without the grain. Can be sanded to achieve required finish
TPU is used for making 'rubber-like', flexible parts, such as remote control car tyres, wearable products (shoes, bracelets etc)
TPU is used for making 'rubber-like', flexible parts, such as remote control car tyres, wearable products (shoes, bracelets etc)
Material
PETG - Clear
PLA - Colour Changing
PLA - Glow In the Dark
PLA - Standard
PLA - Wood Fill
TPU - Flexible
Coating
  • New Coating
Printer
  • FDM / 0.2mm Layer Height / 30% Infill
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3D Printing

Instant order 3D Printing service with multiple materials and printing properties to choose from!

How to order:
– Upload your STL file
– Choose your preferred part material/colour
– Add to cart

Note: A £1 start-up fee will be applied to your overall order at checkout

Things to note:

Origin8 offers competitive pricing and high quality standards for DMLS/SLS parts. If you have parts larger than our FDM/Resin capacity or require this specific method of manufacture then please contact us using the online quotation tool by clicking here.

It is also recommended to send physically large/complex files using the online quotation tool to obtain optimised pricing.

Default Settings:

FDM prints will use the following default settings:

  • Layer Height: 0.2mm
  • Infill: 30%
  • Post Finish: Support material removed

Resin Prints will use the following default settings:

  • Layer Height: 0.05m
  • Infill: 100% walls with 1.5mm shell thickness applied to all parts (i.e. parts printed hollow)
  • Post Finish: Support Material removed + UV curing

If you require any deviation to these settings then please use the online quotation tool to obtain a personalised quotation.

Shipping / Delivery Leadtime = 7-10 days from payment receipt. Parts will be sent recorded delivery by courier – Note: Origin8 only ship within the UK

Loading price
Max Part Size: 400x400x450mm
PETG is more flexible than PLA or ABS. In terms of durability it is more durable than PLA but less durable than ABS. The colour of this resin is stated as 'clear' but without post finishing (polishing) it will be more of a translucent colour.
PLA filament which changes colour from Green to Yellow when exposed to temperatures above 33 deg C (hand warmth)
PLA filament which changes colour from Orange to Yellow when exposed to temperatures above 33 deg C (hand warmth)
PLA filament which changes colour from White to Purple when exposed to temperatures above 33 deg C (hand warmth)
Luminous PLA filaments which contain phosphorescent materials that glow in the dark after absorbing light energy. During daytime the filaments are an opaque white colour.
Luminous PLA filaments which contain phosphorescent materials that glow in the dark after absorbing light energy. During daytime the filaments are an opaque white colour.
Luminous PLA filaments which contain phosphorescent materials that glow in the dark after absorbing light energy. During daytime the filaments are an opaque white colour.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
The most common form of 3D printed plastic for consumer products. PLA is derived from renewable resources such as sugar cane and corn starch. PLA parts should not be exposed to high temperatures (+60 deg C) as this is the glass transition point.
Made from PLA and recycled wood particles. Has the appearance of wood but without the grain. Can be sanded to achieve required finish
TPU is used for making 'rubber-like', flexible parts, such as remote control car tyres, wearable products (shoes, bracelets etc)
TPU is used for making 'rubber-like', flexible parts, such as remote control car tyres, wearable products (shoes, bracelets etc)
Material
PETG - Clear
PLA - Colour Changing
PLA - Glow In the Dark
PLA - Standard
PLA - Wood Fill
TPU - Flexible
Coating
  • New Coating
Printer
  • FDM / 0.2mm Layer Height / 30% Infill

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