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Use our definitive guide to 3D printing to help you choose the right additive manufacturing solution for your business
What’s Inside
  • EIntroduction to 3D Printing
  • EQuestions you need to consider when choosing the right solution
  • ETechnologies and applications that are available for your business
  • EHow to determine the right material based on your output goals
  • E6 cost factors that could potentially affect your business
  • EDirect cost comparison chart for each solution

Who is Objective3D?

Objective3D is your trusted partner when it comes to 3D Printing. We work across all industries, providing tailored solutions to those in manufacturing, automotive, dental, medical, aerospace, and design. Our 3D Printing solutions range from affordable desktop 3D printers to large advanced 3D production machines. We strive on making 3D Printing more accessible to the marketplace through a team of experts, who deliver award-winning customer service to those who need it most

Solution Fit For Your Business

Industrial Solutions

Challenge the constraints of traditional manufacturing
  • EMake it with strong, light-weight material like Carbon Fibre
  • EMake professional, hyper realistic prototypes
  • EMake it industrial strength for your most demanding production needs

Production Solutions

Cut Costs. Boost Productivity.
  • EBridge to production
  • ELow cost production
  • EEndless production lifestyle

Design Solutions

Unmatched Design Freedom Like No other
  • EDesign In Real Colour
  • EDesign using special material options
  • EBring Agility, Precision & Aesthetics into your design process

Medical Solutions

The Faster Way To Better Medical Devices
  • ESurgical planning models
  • EMedical Device Prototyping
  • EImprove Patient Care

Trusted World Wide By Industry Leaders

Technologies We Use

Polyjet Technology

PolyJet is a 3D printing process that jets and cures thin layers of liquid photopolymer with UV energy. It is capable of printing in 16-micron layers and in multiple durometers and many colours for multi-material parts. PolyJet is an excellent option for realistic, high-resolution models and prototypes, short-run injection molds and master patterns for urethane casting.

FDM Technology

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology is a powerful Stratasys-patented additive manufacturing method.

FDM technology is used to build concept models, functional prototypes and end-use parts in standard, engineering-grade and high-performance thermoplastics. It is the only professional 3D printing technology that uses production-grade thermoplastics, so parts are unrivalled in mechanical, thermal and chemical strength.

FDM Technology

FDM Technology

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology is a powerful Stratasys-patented additive manufacturing method.

FDM technology is used to build concept models, functional prototypes and end-use parts in standard, engineering-grade and high-performance thermoplastics. It is the only professional 3D printing technology that uses production-grade thermoplastics, so parts are unrivalled in mechanical, thermal and chemical strength.

Polyjet Technology

Polyjet Technology

PolyJet is a 3D printing process that jets and cures thin layers of liquid photopolymer with UV energy. It is capable of printing in 16-micron layers and in multiple durometers and many colours for multi-material parts. PolyJet is an excellent option for realistic, high-resolution models and prototypes, short-run injection molds and master patterns for urethane casting.

Speak To A 3D Printing Specialist

Our Team of 3D Printing specialists can help you overcome some of the challenges you may be facing by providing you with expert knowledge


Case Studies

Italdesign Uses the J Series to 3D Print Marble-Effect Interior Parts for DaVinci Concept Car

Founded in 1968 in Moncalieri, Italy, Italdesign is best known for its automotive design work for both concept and production cars.

61-Year-Old Company Re-Invents Itself With FDM

Established as Master Mold & Die in 1950 by Jack Thompson, Thogus Products (Thogus) is a 61-year-old manufacturing company foundationally rooted in injection molding.