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For larger files or files in other formats, please e-mail the files to firstname.lastname@example.org
The 3D digital file needs to be in .stl or .obj file format for us to proceed with 3D printing. A CAD file is a must for 3D printing.
The cost depends on the time required for the 3D printer to print the object. This would be calculated based on INR per printing hour or based on the cubic centimeter volume of the product depending on the technology applied.
The time it takes for an object to print depends on the size, volume, design complexity, customization, layer heights and infill settings.
Infill is the structure printed internally in the hollow space of the object. Less dense infill percentage saves material and time, whereas higher infill density leads to stronger 3D printed objects.
There are no restrictions in terms of print size. Prints can range from a few inches to multiple feet.
Yes, this would be possible, by printing the object in several parts and gluing them together.