3D Printing Service
Why Choose MOKO?
Just provide your CAD file to us, we will make quick responses about prices and manufacturability within 24 hours.
From Prototype to Production Runs
Thanks to our industry-leading equipment and proficient workers, we are capable of manufacturing 3D parts from prototypes to large production runs at a fast speed.
Certificated with ISO9001, MOKO fabricates 3D parts that can always reach the international standard and set our customers assured.
3D Printing Service at MOKO
MOKO Technology provides one-stop 3D printing services, we would work with you closely throughout the project, from the model design to production and shipment, making sure that you can get 3D parts with a fast turnaround time. On the other hand, our facilities are well equipped, the advanced 3D printers allow us to fabricate highly precise parts.
There are a variety of materials and finishing available at MOKO including kinds of metal and plastic materials, and we offer various 3D printing processes such as fused deposition modeling, selective laser sintering, stereolithography, and so on. Currently, we have served customers in different industries like automotive, aerospace, consumer electronics, medical, etc. We are confident to meet different requirements for 3D printing projects, what you need to do is to contact us and provide your 3D CAD file, and we will handle the rest for you.
3D Parts Fabrication
We fabricate 3D parts that are featured with durability and high accuracy. Each part would be gone through our strict quality control process ensuring our customers can always get premium parts.
Our rapid prototyping service helps to reduce errors and defects in final products. Through rapid prototyping, we can test all aspects of designs to make sure the feasibility when comes to high-volume production.
MOKO provides finishing service in a wide range, no matter you need polishing, smoothing, or dying, we can always meet your expectations.
What Is 3D Printing?
3D printing is an additive manufacturing process that turns a CAD 3D model into a three-dimensional part by successively fabricating materials layer by layer. It is applied for a wide array of applications and industries such as automotive, construction, manufacturing, electronics and medical, as it is capable of manufacturing products in very complicated geometric shapes with high accuracy, and its versatility allows us to use different materials.
So how does 3D printing work?
In the first step, we need to design a 3D model, normally, by using CAD software to finish it. Then, the CAD file would be transferred into the STL file so our 3D printers can read it. When the data is transferred to printers successfully, we need to prepare printers including setting parameters. Last, printers would start to work that would produce layers according to the design one by one and finally form a 3D part.
Advantages of 3D Printing
3D printing is featured with design flexibility. On the one hand, many materials can be used for this technique. On the other hand, it can fabricate various geometric shapes from simple to complex ones, which effectively breaks design limits.
3D parts are formed in one shot, there is no need for assembly that can reduce labor costs significantly. In addition, for other processes like CNC machining, tooling cost is pretty high, but tools used for 3D printing can be replaced in only a few hours, and the reduced time of replacing tools can significantly reduce costs as well.
Less Material Waste
Unlike subtractive manufacturing processes that remove materials to form the final product, 3D printing has less material waste during production.
Short Turnaround Time
Some simple 3D printed parts can be produced within hours, which takes less time than CNC machined parts. And the design process is also very quick by using CAD software.
Start Your 3D Printing Project with an Expert
Whether you require turnkey solutions or customized 3D projects, we are here to help you out. Feel free to call us at 86-75523573370 to discuss your project today!