After you have selected your 3D Solution Partner from the marketplace, you can log in and get started. Simply upload your 3D print file, configure your order and submit the print job. Your part will then be printed and shipped to you promptly.
And if you don't have a design yet and don't know exactly how to implement a complex project, our 3D Solution Partners will be happy to help you.
You always receive the best offer - thanks to the workings of the real-time marketplace
Optimized time and costs - by choosing between "Fastest Delivery" or "Best Price" offers
Quick & easy ordering - upload your 3D print file, check, repair and order free of charge
Find the perfect 3D Solution Partner - professional advice on possible applications, limits, and optimization for 3D printing
Simplicity - place a project request and our 3D marketplace supports you even for complex projects
Our range of 3D printing service providers can cover all common technologies and materials. In the 3D configurator you can configure your 3D printed part based on...
14 different additive manufacturing processes
82 available 3D printers and about
more than 60 printable materials made of plastic or metal.
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3D Printing Materials
Benefit from over 50 different materials
Jellypipe gives you access to the largest network of expert 3D printing partners and 3D solution partners. No matter which partner you work with, you will benefit from our best-in-class online 3D printing network.
The association of over 80 3D printing service providers worldwide enables us to offer you the best deal in our real-time marketplace. As always, you can choose the "Best Price" or the "Fastest Delivery" option.
Currently we cover over 50 materials through the 3Dprinting service providers in the marketplace including among many others PA, ABS, Alumide, Elastromer, TPI, FDM, Polypropylene, Quartz sand, PrimeCast, Aluminium, and Vero.
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3D Printing Technology
Choose the right 3D printing / additive manufacturing technology
Our 3D printing partners offer different additive production methods. In combination with the large selection of materials, you are sure to find the perfect solution for your 3D printed part.
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Everything you need to know to order 3D printed parts
As a professional 3D printing platform, Jellypipe offers you an all-round service from 3D design to the delivery of finished 3D printed parts. Our specialized 3D Solution Partners convert your 2D files (photos, drawings, etc.) into printable 3D files or create your desired 3D model by 3D scanning an existing physical object.
Our 3D Solution Partners check your models before printing. In case of any problems you will be called to find a solution. We are also happy to offer help with the revision or repair of your 3D designs.
The answer to this question depends very much on the chosen material and the associated 3D printing process. The smallest possible wall thicknesses possible are approximatley 0.3 mm using metal 3D printing processes and range to to 2.0 mm using the colour jet printing (CJP) process. You will find the required minimum wall thicknesses in our technology overview.
To ensure the necessary stability of the model, a wall thickness of at least 0.8 mm is recommended as a rule of thumb, both for partition walls inside the model and for external walls. This value - illustrated in the figure below - refers to selective laser sintering (SLS) with PA plastic.
If you want to create your own 3D print models, you need to use 3D CAD modelling software. There is a large selection of partly free, partly paid software available, from which you can choose according to your level of knowledge and requirements.
For beginners, Google SketchUp and Smoothie 3D software are recommended, while for users with advanced CAD knowledge, OpenSCad and Blender are packages with great functionality. If you like traditional drawing, we suggest Sculptris.
Paid CAD programs for advanced 3D printing users are Auto CAD and Simplify 3D.
Of course you can upload your models directly in the 3D configurator. The configurator checks your file for the most important features of a 3D design and tells you if your 3D file is compliant with the available printers.
After you have registered and logged in to your 3D Solution Partner's store, you can click on "Select file" and then upload the file. After your file has been checked for 3D printability, you can select the desired materials and finishes. After you have configured your 3D model you will receive various offers from your chosen 3D Solutions Partner. According to your requirements you can choose the offer with the best price-performance ratio or the offer with the fastest delivery turnaround.
For some formats, especially the .obj format, it is important that the files are compressed into a single .zip folder before uploading. You must therefore select the appropriate .zip folder on your PC before uploading the 3D model (or before sending it to Jellypipe), then there should be no more loss of textures and colours.
The following factors determine the price for a 3D print with our 3D printing service:
The quantity of material, i.e. on the one hand the total quantity of material required for the order and on the other hand the quantity of material actually used to make the part. These parameters are defined in the 3D files.
The machine running time required to create the 3D model.
The working time of the employees involved in the printing process.
The material you have selected for 3D printing. For example, you have to estimate more for silver as a 3D material than for plastics.
The utilization of our 3D printing facilities. If this can be optimally planned, this will lower the price. If the 3D print is to be finished quickly, it will usually be more expensive, because in this case the printing has to be done without taking into account the optimal utilization of the plant.