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Cadventure 3D Printing

Cadventure 3D Print Service

Very simply, we offer 3D printing online.

Just upload your CAD file and choose your material  – and we will take care of everything else. You can select from high quality materials, including resin, which is perfect for 3D printing figurines.

What can I 3D print?

We can 3D print a variety of objects in a wide range of materials.

You can print almost any 3D object, including business prototypes, architecture designs, and even 3D printed action figures. All you need is a 3D design, formatted as a .STL file.

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How our service works

Simply upload your file and we will do all the hard work and will deliver your product on time.

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1.Upload Your 3D Model
Auto analysis and file repair for an instant onscreen quote. We accept STL, OBJ and STEP files.

2.Choose Materials
Choose Materials Select from a wide range of processes, materials and finishes to meet your projects specifications.

3.Printing and Post Processing
Complete payment and your parts will be secured in our production queue ready to be manufactured.

4.Packing and Delivery
Receive your custom 3D printed product to your doorstep with our next day delivery service.

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Your choice of materials

  • PLA Plastic
    PLA is the most common and lowest cost 3D printing material. Unsuitable for high temperature applications. PLA is more brittle than ABS with a lower impact strength and elongation before break. Large color selection.

  • Colourful Sandstone
    Sandstone material is capable of full-colour 3D prints. It is perfect for figurines, life-like models, avatars, and other products that lend themselves to colourful, high-quality printing.

  • Aluminium
    High machinability and ductility, good strength-to-weight ratio. Aluminum is a metal with good strength-to-weight ratio, high thermal and electrical conductivity, low density and natural weather resistance.

  • Nylon
    Nylon (plastic) objects printed from a fine polyamide powder, more commonly known as plastic. The material is both solid and flexible. Nylon is great for both beginner designers and experienced professionals because of its high precision and low cost. The material is white, granular, and somewhat porous.

  • Resin
    UV-cured resin prints display fine details, sharp edges and a smooth finish. Colour availability is limited, but it is easily paintable and can also be translucent or transparent.

  • Tough Resin (ABS-like)
    Tough resin (SLA) has better stiffness and impact resistance than generic resin, and produces parts with improved mechanical properties.

  • Tangoblack Flex Rubber
    Tango and TangoPlus simulate thermoplastic elastomers with flexible, rubber-like qualities. Ideal for testing and verifying visual, tactile and functional applications such as grips, gaskets and footwear, Tango produces soft, flexible prototypes that require shock absorption, vibration dampening or a non-slip surface. Blend Tango with other PolyJet photopolymers for different hardness, elongation and tear resistance levels.

  • Castable Wax
    Castable Wax has a rich blue colour, and a weight and surface feel similar to traditional candle wax. Wax products sometimes have white patches caused by slight remnants of the support material, but these should not affect the wax’ castability or the final cast product.

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Why Choose Cadventure?

Cadventure offers a perfect combination of 3D printing process, material and application expertise to integrate the right solution into your specific workflow – from producing one-off models, to providing everything needed to set up a complete in-house 3D print facility for architecture, engineering and design applications.

Our Founder and Technology Director, Paul Lewis, is passionate about ‘all things 3D’ and set up the business in 1989 to champion and promote this emerging technology and its potential uses.

Paul is an authority on computer aided design and 3D print technology. He is a strong advocate for the use of 3D technologies to improve design communication and regularly advises blue-chip companies across a variety of sectors on their 3D print strategies.

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Call us: +44 (0) 207 436 9004


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