3D Printing Service

Discover innovation with KUSLA Prototype’s 3D Printing Prototype services. Expertise, cutting-edge technology, and precision for automotive, medical, and more. Transform your ideas with high-quality, cost-effective 3D printed prototypes.

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3D Printing Prototype Service

FDM 3D Printing

FDM means Fused Deposition Modeling. it is a popular 3D printing method that a thermoplastic filament is melted and precisely deposited layer by layer through a nozzle. This cost effective method is often used for rapid prototyping.

SLA 3D Printing

Stereolithography use a liquid resin that solidified under UV light. SLA 3D printing can produce good quality parts with smooth surfaces. It’s commonly used for applications like jewelry, dental models and detailed prototypes.

SLS 3D Printing

SLA means Selective Laser Sintering. it uses a high power laser to fuse powder materials, typically nylon based powder. SLS is suitable for creating strong, functional components for aerospace, automotive and medical industry.

Metal 3D Printing

Metal 3D printing uses methods that melting and sintering metal powders. The main methods include Selective Laser Melting(SLM) and Direct Metal Laser Sintering(DMLS).

Our Services

Whether you need one prototype with unique design or low volume parts, you can make it with our 3D printing service. We have a vast array of materials from plastics to metal alloys to achieve your precise requirements. we ensure high quality, high precision and fast delivery with competitive prices.

Low Volume Manufacturing

Flexible, cost effective low volume manufacturing for 10 to 10,000 units. Minimize risk, accelerate time-to-market, and optimize production costs. quick turnaround for on demand…

Rapid Prototyping

We can provide both plastic and metal prototypes with a fast delivery time. especially for optic prototype with high precision requirement.

KUSLA 3D Printing Technical specification

Quality and precision are our first priorities. Our testing procedures ensure that every 3D printed prototype and part maintains high quality and tight tolerances as the drawings.

ProcessMaterialMin. Wall ThicknessMax. part SizeDimension ToleranceLead timeCost
SLAABS-like
Polycarbonate-like
1.0 mm250 X 250 X 250 mm±0.1mm2days$
SLSNylons, TPU1.0 mm420 X 500 X 420 mm± 0.3mm3days$$
FDMABS1.0 mm500 X 500X 500 mm± 0.2mm3days$$
DMLSAluminum1.0mm 400 X 800 X 500mm±0.1mm3days$$$

Materials For 3D Printing

3D Printing ProcessMaterial TypeMaterialDescription
SLAABSABS-like White (Accura Xtreme White 200)Durable, general-purpose resin and accommodates extra-large parts
ABS-like Gray (Accura Xtreme Gray)General purpose resin with highest heat deflection temperature of the ABS-like SLA resins
ABS-like Black (Accura 7820)Low moisture absorption, glossy cosmetic appearance
PolycarbonatePC-Like Advanced High Temp (Accura 5530) best used for parts that need strength and stiffness combined with high temperature
resistance.
PC-Like Translucent/Clear (Accura 60)PC-Like Translucent is ideal for parts with fine details that require translucence and high stiffness
SLSNylonPA12 White (PA650)PA 12 White is an economical material choice for functional prototypes and end-use parts.
PA12 40% Glass-Filled (PA614-GS)PA 12 40% Glass-Filled is a polyamide powder loaded with glass spheres that add stiffness and dimensional stability
TPUTPU-70AThis thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) combines rubber-like elasticity and elongation with good abrasion and impact resistance.
FDMABS  
DMLSAluminumAluminum AlSi10Mg 
Stainless SteelStainless Steel 316LStainless steel 316L is a workhorse material used for manufacturing acid and corrosion resistant parts.

Surface Finishing Options For 3D Printing

Our surface finishing capabilites such as Painting, Polishing. Powder Coating, Bead Blasting will enhance the strength, durability, aesthetics and functionality of your 3D printed prototypes or production parts as required.

Surface Finishing

Enhance product durability and visual appeal with our expert surface finishing services. From polishing to coating, we offer a wide range of specialty options to meet your needs for rapid…
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Advantages of 3D Printing for Rapid Prototyping

fast delivery

3D printing can produce prototypes in hours or days, instead of weeks or months with other methods.

Flexible design

3D printing allows for the design and print of more complex designs than traditional manufacturing processes.

Less waste

3D Printed parts only requires the materials needed for the parts themsleves. unlike other prototyping methods,there will be no waste for 3D printing.

Cost-effective

3D printer is cheap, So as a single step manufacturing process, 3D printing saves time and costs associated with using more expensive machines for manufacture.

3D Printing service workflow

Send Us Your CAD File

Quote & Design Analysis

Within 24 hours, we will provide you with a quote once we have your CAD data and requirement.

Order & Start 3D Printing

Once you have placed the order, we will start production on your 3D Printing Prototype immediately.

Order & Start CNC Machining

Surface finishing

Surface finishing according to your requirements to make sure the prototype looks perfectly as your final products.

Packaging & Shipping

Packaging and Shipping

Pack your products with a robust packing Standard and ship to you by international express to get parts in your hand as soon as possible.

Why Choose KUSLA 3D Printing Services?

As a professional prototype manufacturer, we deeply understand the prototype and production needs of any business. We can meet all specified times to deliver products with quality guarantees to our clients worldwide at affordable prices and fast delivery time.

3D Printing plastic parts 3D Printing metal parts 
Accuracy     +/-0.1mm +/-0.1mm
Lead time from 1 days to 3 days from 2 days to 5 days 
Cost 20% Lower than Market20% Lower than Market

Other Capabilities

Rapid Tooling

Achieve success with KUSLA Prototype’s high-quality and cost-effective rapid tooling services. Fast turnaround, advanced technology, and skilled engineers for your…
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FAQs About 3D PRINTING

We can work with a variety of materials in our 3D printing services, including plastics, metal alloys, and more.

We use the latest 3D printing technologies and software, such as fused deposition modeling (FDM), stereo-lithography (SLA), selective laser sintering (SLS), and more.

Our advanced 3D printing technologies allow us to produce complex and customized parts with high accuracy and detail.

Our turnaround times are quick and competitive, depending on the complexity and size of the project. Normally from one to three days.

Yes, our 3D printing shop with our network shop allow us to manage large-scale 3D printing projects efficiently.