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We are the 3D printing arm of a larger company called Express Group Ltd. Fixing printers since 1988, today we are a Specialist Parts Distributor and Experts in 3D Printing.

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Desktop 3D Printers

A desktop 3D printer should fit on your desk. They come in all shapes and sizes, but most are compact enough to take up the space of an ordinary laser printer. That should give you some idea as to their size. As for their capability, prepare to be amazed. Many desktop 3D printers are capable of making retail-grade models with no post-processing necessary. For advice and help choosing the right printer, email our team at web@goprint3d.co.uk or call us on 01765 540 115.

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Build Size
  1. Medium
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Brand
  1. Formlabs
  2. MarkForged
  3. Ultimaker
  4. Zortrax
Materials
  1. ABS
  2. Carbon Fibre
  3. Fibreglass
  4. HIPS
  5. Kevlar
  6. Nylon
  7. Onyx
  8. PETG
  9. PLA
  10. PLA/PHA
  11. PVA
  12. Resin
Filament Diameter
  1. 1.75mm
  2. 2.85mm
  3. N/A
Technology
  1. Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF)
  2. Stereolithography (SLA)
  3. Composite Filament Fabrication (CFF) ™
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Desktop 3D Printers

Desktop 3D printers are so named because they are sized to fit on a desk. Possibly the one you’re sat at now. Or the one you were just sat at. Whatever the case, their smaller footprint means they are portable with an extra pair of hands and suited to confined spaces like classrooms, offices and box rooms.

They don’t get in the way, although they still require good ventilation. An open window located close to the printer will suffice. Or a good extractor fan will too. Some desktop printers come with a HEPA filter or support for one. This means they can filter out ultra-fine particles. This helps reduce emissions and smells.

There are two main technologies with desktop 3D printers: fused filament fabrication (FFF) and stereolithography (SLA). These are polar opposites.

FFF melts material and extrudes it onto a build plate to build up a model layer by layer. SLA uses a laser to cure layers of resin in desired areas.

Both technologies have the same outcome - that is, they both fabricate a physical model from a digital drawing - but the results are different. The level of detail possible with SLA is far superior, although the process is more complex. Most desktop printers sold are FFF because of this, and because they are cheaper. Which technology is best for you depends on the application. Get in touch for advice and recommendations.

Desktop 3D Printers


Desktop 3D Printers

Desktop 3D printers are so named because they are sized to fit on a desk. Possibly the one you’re sat at now. Or the one you were just sat at. Whatever the case, their smaller footprint means they are portable with an extra pair of hands and suited to confined spaces like classrooms, offices and box rooms.

They don’t get in the way, although they still require good ventilation. An open window located close to the printer will suffice. Or a good extractor fan will too. Some desktop printers come with a HEPA filter or support for one. This means they can filter out ultra-fine particles. This helps reduce emissions and smells.

There are two main technologies with desktop 3D printers: fused filament fabrication (FFF) and stereolithography (SLA). These are polar opposites.

FFF melts material and extrudes it onto a build plate to build up a model layer by layer. SLA uses a laser to cure layers of resin in desired areas.

Both technologies have the same outcome - that is, they both fabricate a physical model from a digital drawing - but the results are different. The level of detail possible with SLA is far superior, although the process is more complex. Most desktop printers sold are FFF because of this, and because they are cheaper. Which technology is best for you depends on the application. Get in touch for advice and recommendations.