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Order 3d printed parts now

You can order your additively manufactured parts linke this:

  1. Choose a partner from the following list (Your country and your industry*)
  2. Register on the platform
  3. Upload your 3d print file
  4. Choose technology, material and details and order your 3d printed parts

Additional information:

Choose partner, register, order

How 3D printing works at Jellypipe

Step 1: Choose a partner

Select the desired parameters such as region and industry sector and choose a suitable partner company. If you want to print immediately, register in one of the online shops.

Step 2: register

Register in the partner's online shop without obligation.

Step 3: upload 3d print file

Upload your 3D print file, select technology, material and, if necessary, post-processing. Prices and delivery time are calculated immediately.

Step 4: choose and order

Enter delivery and billing address together with payment method and order your 3D printed components.

Frequently asked questions

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.

All common 3d print file formats can be used, or converted if required. The following ones could be processed without any additional effort.

.3dm, .3ds, .3dxml, .3mf, .CATPart, .dae, .dlv, .dlv3, .dxf, .exp, .fbx, .iges, .igs, .jt, .model, .obj, .ply, .prt, .skp, .slc, .sldprt, .step, .stl, .stp, .vda, .vdafs, .vrml, .wrl, .x_b, .x_t, .zcp, .zpr

There are different options: Jellypipes partner (Solution Partner) could help you with the design of a 3d print file, or you could design it by yourself. Rede here more about this topic:

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The following factors determine the price:

1) 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 print files.

2) The machine running time required to create the 3D printed part.

3) The working time of the employees involved in the printing process.

4) The material you have selected for 3D printing. For example, you have to estimate more for metal as a 3D print material than for plastics.

5) 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.

With us you can be absolutely sure that nobody will see your designs or the 3D models already made for you. We will be happy to confirm this in a contract.