At 3DPRINTUK we have mastered the process of printing in PA2200 Nylon, with no need for support material, virtually no layer lines and short turnaround times, so you are guaranteed a great print. We are a London based 3D Printing Service, using selective laser sintering (SLS) machines to produce accurate, strong and great value parts for all of your rapid prototyping needs.

3DPRINTUK are pioneers in 3D printing Low Volume Batch Production Runs and specialise in 3D Printed Prototypes and high quality Bespoke Models. Call or email us to discuss your project.

“3DPRINTUK offers a truly cost effective alternative to low-volume production runs and the freedom to design without the usual moulding constraints is time saving & liberating.”
Sean McLaughlin
Applications Engineer / Silcos GMBH
“Projects can often leave no simple, cost effective solution or force you to compromise the original design. In this instance, we were able to utilise 3D printing and produce an exact product, as designed, in a short time frame.”
Neville Holland
Mechanical Engineer / Chiltern Invadex UK
“3D printing allows us to quickly prototype designs and check they are fit for purpose, as well as use the design flexibility, finish appearance and material strength for production too.”
Dan Kelly
Project Engineer / Omega Engineering Services
“From one off prototype concepts through to larger production runs, meeting specifications and tolerances or advising on most appropriate design for hinging or mechanically moving/ interfacing components. It’s always a pleasure working with the dedicated team at 3DPRINTUK.”
Hozan Amin
General Manager / BWB Technologies
“There are other companies offering 3D printing, I haven’t found one yet offering this level of service with high quality parts and fantastic value. That’s why 3DPRINTUK get all our printing business and will continue to do so.”
Matt Smith
Mechanical Engineer / Horiba Scientific
“There are a couple a reasons why we use SLS over machined aluminium. We can design complex SLS parts and not be restricted by the limitation of standard machining. The cost of SLS printing is considerably cheaper then machining aluminium in-house when you factor in the following costs, raw material purchase and delivery, machining centre setup, machining centre programming, purchase of milling cutters, overheads, and wages.”
Barry Crackett
Designer / BrushTec