Please see our page about Pricing
The models are built layer by layer, and this means that in order to build something the layer has to touch the previous layer. So building something that has shapes the "float" in the air, are harder to print. However, it is possible to use support structures to make even really hard parts printable. Contact us for more information.
Please see our page about How it works
Yes. You can paint your objects just like anything else, you just need to use paint that works on plastics
.STL and .OBJ
A hard and biodegradable thermoplastic aliphatic polyester derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch. Melting point: 170C. At 60C, the plastic can start to misshape.
We will be able to offer two color prints soon, however, you can always paint them.
We like to use Blender and 123D. There is also Tinkercad, SketchUp, 3Dtin, FreeCAD and many more
We use an Ultimaker. While the Ultimaker might not be a large scale industrial printer, it is still more than capable of producing great quality prints. The printer is capable of a very fine resolution, 20 micron.
The build volume is 210x210x205(mm).
Please see our page about Materials