About the 3D Makers
The 3D Makers Company was established in Cyprus by a team of young and enthusiastic entrepreneurs, engineers and idea developers, to provide professional 3D printing services to individuals and organisations. The company’s offices are equipped with 3D Printers, CNC Laser and Engraving/Cutting Machines.
The 3D Makers team can also provide 3D printed models that are impossible to manufacture by traditional manufacturing methods. The 3D Makers Company supplies 3D printers for industrial, professional and or home/educational use.
We are also the local representatives of Ultimaker, a well-known and innovating company in the world of 3D printers’ manufacturers.
3D printing technology can be used to create everything from prototypes and simple parts to highly technical final products. All 3D printing processes require software, hardware and material to work together.
3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a process by which physical objects are created by depositing material in layers based on a digital model.
Methods of 3D Printing
also known as Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM), is a method of 3D printing that heats and extrudes synthetic material, depositing them on a build plate, layer by layer. It’s common in both consumer and professional 3D printers.
is a method of 3D printing that uses UV light to cure or harden resins, layer by layer. This process creates high quality detailed small objects (up to 200 x 200 x 200 mm) and it is popular in dental, jewellery and art applications.
is common in industrial manufacturing. This method of 3D printing uses laser to fuse powdered material together, layer by layer..
3D printing accuracy defines the level of detail of the 3D printed object and it is measured in microns (1/1000 of mm). 3D printing accuracy varies, depending on the method, the technology and the quality of the 3D printer used. In the 3D printing industry, accuracy is specified between Ultra Fine quality (25 microns/0,025 mm) to Draft quality (300 microns/0,3 mm). Ultra Fine 3D prints (25 microns/0,025 mm) can be printed mostly by SLA printers.
Fine 3D prints (50 microns/0,05 mm) to Draft 3D prints (300 microns/0,3 mm) can be also printed by FDM printers.