We have a keen eye for detail, fast turnaround and exceptional service and use high-quality materials from UK suppliers. We can produce a single one-off print or batch 3D print thousands of models. We have the knowledge, skills and 3D printing capacity to turn your models in to reality.
We offer 3D Design services and are able to replicate existing objects and artefacts as well as take an idea from sketch to 3D print ready digital model.
We can finish 3D models and work alongside local artists to get the effect or style you are looking for.
Our studio is located in Unit 1.1, Building A4 at the the Design District on the Greenwich Peninsula, right next to the O2 Arena. Nearest station is North Greenwich on the Jubilee line.
Our studio in Greenwich has 30+ in-house 3D Printers ready to 3D print your order in a range of materials and colours. We do not outsource manufacturing. These are just some of our available 3D printers.
We also have larger 3D printers with build volumes of 450x450x470mm. We look forward to hearing from you and see how we can collaborate.
All 3D printing takes place at our studio in North Greenwich. Royal Mail Tracked 24 delivery is included with all our orders at no extra cost.
We also offer pickup from our studio (free and by appointment only), Special Delivery by 1pm and motorcycle courier within London (at additional cost).
Our standard 3D printing turnaround is 2-3 working days, but we also offer Express (1-2 working days) and Weekend 3D printing at an additional cost. We can advise on lead times once we review your models.
Note: All Weekend orders need to be placed by 5pm on Friday. This is our weekend production cut-off time.
We’ve worked on many projects and realised many ideas for our clients. You can see just a selection of what we’ve completed below, for more recent work, see our Instagram profile.
We have provided 3D printing and 3D Design to thousands of clients over the years. We have always delivered above and beyond, read some of our reviews below.
We offer a quick and easy quoting and ordering. To get started, upload 3D models in STL, OBJ or STEP format.