3D Printing Solutions Designed for Teams Like Yours

3D Print in 15+ Materials & 1-5 Day Timelines

3D Printing Solutions Smartly Designed For You, by Us

Designed with Creative, Design, and Engineering Teams in mind



Upload Your 3D CAD File

Navigate to our Makelab Self-Serve Portal and simply drag and drop your 3D CAD file into the upload box. Our software will automatically repair any small issues with your 3D CAD file and get it ready for quoting.


Choose Your 3D Print Settings

Select your preferred material(s), quality, and production timeline. If you're unsure of the best settings for your project, submit an inquiry and we'll consult with you to make sure you get what you need from your 3D print.


Happy Printing

You're all set! Your order is now being 3D Printed and we will notify you as soon as it is ready for dispatch.

3D Printing Materials Consultation

Need help choosing the right material? Consult with our team of experts to find a perfect fit for your project.

Volume Manufacturing

From 1-5000 parts, reach out to our team with your project requirements and we'll guide you through our volume manufacturing process.

Post Processing

No need to worry about supports, rafts, or any other extra material needed during the 3D Printing process. Our Production team's got it covered. Your model will be support free and all scarring will be sanded down before handing it off to you.

Precision Parts 3D Printing

Obtain extremely precise parts with a dimensional accuracy as low as 25 microns, or 0.025 mm thank you to our regularly scheduled 3D printer maintenance and calibration.

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Our 3D Printers' Build Volumes



FDM Build Volume Size


250 x 210 x 210 mm
9.84 x 8.3 x 8.3 in


SLA XL Build Volume Size

(Standard Resins)

346 x 194 x 400 mm
13.6 x 7.6 x 15.7 in


SLA Build Volume Size

(Engineering Resins)

145 x 145 x 175 mm
5.7 x 5.7 x 6.9 in

CJP Build Volume Size

(Full Color Sandstone)

254 x 381 x 203 mm
10 x 15 x 8 in

  • Standard Resin

    High detail prototyping resin for concept modeling

  • Full Color Sandstone

    Color-representative powder-based material for full color models. No supports needed.

  • High Temp Resin

    High detailed, functional material with heat deflection temps of 238C

  • Castable Wax Resin

    Functional wax-resin used for investment casting

  • Nylon

    Strong and precise powder-based material for functional prototyping. No supports needed.

  • Elastic Resin

    Elastomer resin simulating 50A silicone

  • Grey Pro Resin

    High precision material for concept modeling and functional prototyping

  • Rigid Resin

    Glass-reinforced resin with high stiffness and great surface finish

  • Flexible Resin

    Rubber-like elastomer resin simulating 85A hardness

  • Durable Resin

    High precision resin simulating polypropylene (PP)

  • Tough Resin

    High detail resin simulating ABS properties

  • PLA

    Basic and cost effective material

  • PETG

    An alternative to ABS, extra tough and great for functional parts

Frequently Asked Questions

What materials can you print in?
We can print in many many different materials. We can print in a variety of hard plastics, resins, and engineering materials. We can even print in Full Color!

If you'd like to explore the different materials, you can check out our Materials Page. Here we detail the best uses of each material and you can see photos of the materials. https://makelab.nyc/materials
What type of files do you accept?
Our Auto-Quoter accepts .STL or .OBJ files mainly. These file types are easy to export to from any programs you may be using for 3D modeling.

If you are sending us a manual inquiry or request, you may send us any of the following file types: OBJ, STL, STEP, 3DM, SLDPRT, SLDASM, IGES.

We have a variety of programs that we can edit and convert your file with.
I want my parts to be printed in a specific orientation. Can you do that?
Yes we can
If you're an experienced 3D printing users, you may have an idea of what prints well and what doesn't. If you have a print orientation preference, please let us know in the notes/messages section of your order.

If you have a drawing or screenshot highlighting which surface you'd like to be placed on the bed, please send that along our way.
What are the differences between quality levels?
The biggest difference is the visibility of the layer lines. No matter what quality level you choose, you will see visible layer lines in FDM. At a higher quality setting, you may see them less and they may be easier to smooth out in post-processing steps after printing. However, printing at a higher quality setting means it takes longer to print.

In SLA printing, layer lines are typically less visible than in FDM. Printing at a higher quality setting in SLA means that your parts will appear with virtually no layer lines. As is the case with FDM, SLA also takes longer to print in a higher quality setting.
Why does my 3D Model need support? What is it?
3D printed supports are required when a feature is printed with an overhang beyond 45 degrees.
Support material easily breaks away from the 3D printed part after printing is complete. It is required when a feature is printed with an overhang beyond 45 degrees and requires a breakaway support surface.

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