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About 3D Printing-

3D printing is a revolutionary way to create objects. Unlike traditional manufacturing methods that produce parts by cutting them from larger sheets, 3-dimensional printers build up layers of material to form the desired shape. This technology allows for more intricate shapes than are possible with other processes. It opens the door wide open for creating items that would never be mass-produced before due to cost or time restraints.

3D Printers

Advantages of 3D Printing

There has been an increased demand for 3D printed products over the past decade. 3D printed items offer unlimited flexibility when it comes to design, and they can be used for both industrial use or personal use in the comfort of your own home. Compared with other methods like injection molding, 3D printer parts don’t require expensive tooling – meaning that technologies like FDM and SLA  can provide an affordable option for production purposes while still providing extremely accurate results.

3D Printing Design Considerations

3D printing has opened new doors for designers and engineers to express their creativity with limited restrictions on manufacturing. However, it is important to keep a few design considerations in mind when designing your next 3D printed model. Don’t let that stop you from exploring this exciting technology! You can find out more by sending us an email with any questions or concerns–we’re here for all your 3D printing needs. We will also review your file sent to us and discuss with you anything that needs improvement before the printing process begins.

FDM 3D Printing

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) is a common process for early-stage prototypes. Machines range from hobbyist-grade to professional-grade and have the ability to create objects with an infinite variety of shapes without any limitations on complexity or size.

  • Artillery Sidewinder X1
  • AnyCubic MegaS
  • AnyCubic Kossel
  • AnyCubic Predator
  • Anet A6
  • AdimLABS Gantry Pro
  • Creality CR10s Pro
  • Creality Ender 3v2
  • Tronxy X5SA Pro
  • He3d K280
  • FLSun Super Racer

3D Printer creating an item
3D Printed brackets

SLA 3D Printing

Stereolithography (SLA) is a technology that uses a mirror, UV lasers, and photopolymer resin to create 3D models. It creates highly detailed parts with a lot of accuracy for engineering and other purposes.

  • AnyCubic Photon
  • AnyCubic Mono
  • AnyCubic Zero
  • Elegoo Saturn

Materials We Use

3D printing is the future of design. If you want to create something that has never been seen before, but don’t know where to start- look no further than Chess Printing Solutions! We offer a variety of materials for your designs and we can help determine which material will best suit the project at hand. We are always happy to help so that you end up satisfied with your 3D printed product!

  • PLA
  • ABS
  • PETG
  • TPU
  • Carbon Fiber
  • Nylon
  • ASA
  • Standard Resin
  • Tough (ABS-Like) Resin
  • Durable Resin (PP-like)
  • Rubber-like Resin (flexible)
  • Ceramic Filled Resin (Rigid)
  • Dental & Medical Resins
  • Castable Resin for jewelry making
Materials for 3D Printing

With our 3D Printing Serivces- We will help you choose the right mateial for your project.

Software We Use For Our 3D Printing Services

3D models play an integral role in many industries- from animation to gaming; architecture to manufacturing, as well as products and industrial design – so choosing which three-dimensional (3D) modeling program works best with your desired industry can be challenging without research beforehand. If trying to figure out which software to use seems daunting, Chess Printing Solutions will gladly design your project for you. Listed below are the different software we utilize for 3D production.








3D Model Creation