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  • How much does it cost?
    It will depend on the number of 3D prints you need, the material you choose, the time it takes to print and if there is any post processing that is required
  • How can I get something 3d printed?
    It is simple, just email us at and we will take care of the rest
  • What if I have a design or an idea but no Cad or STL file, can you help me with that?
    Yes we can, we will need you to send us your design or idea and we can get on a phone or zoom call and go through it in detail to see what the best way is to bring your idea into reality
  • What if I have an STL or OBJ file were do I send it?
    Just send it to and let us know what color you are looking for and if you now what material as well you want (but if you don't know we will give you some options) and we will get back to you with a quote or if we have any further questions
  • What Payment do you Accept?
    we except Visa, Master Card, Discovery, Maestro, E-Transfer, Apple Pay, PayPal and more. We will send you an invoice and you will have the different options to pay online through our service provider Wix
  • Do you offer shipping or in person pickup?
    Yes we offer shipping and it will be an additional charge, you also have the choice to pickup directly from us
  • Do you do NDA's?
    Yes we will sign your Non Disclosure Agreements , if you do not have one look online there are many free templates available
  • Do you do onsite 3D Scanning?
    We prefer to do everything in house as we have all the tools and proper lighting available but we also can do onsite 3D Scanning as well
  • Do you sell or service 3D Printers?
    No we do not we are a 3D print house, there are allot of great retailers in Ontario that you can find online to purchase and get service
  • What is 3D Printing?
    From Wikipedia 3D printing or additive manufacturing is the construction of a three-dimensional object from a CAD model or a digital 3D model.[1] It can be done in a variety of processes in which material is deposited, joined or solidified under computer control,[2] with material being added together (such as plastics, liquids or powder grains being fused), typically layer by layer.
  • What can I make with a 3D printer?
    Almost anything that you can think of, the only restriction is your imagination and material.
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