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Delivering world-class SLA, SLS, FDM, MJF and DMLS 3D Printed parts in as little as 3 days. You’ll receive the perfect 3D printed parts – the first time, every time.

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SLA, SLS, FDM, MJF, Polyjet and DMLS
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Our 3D printing capabilities

Geomiq takes on prototype and production 3D Printing and post processing. We can support one-offs or batch production in line with your requirements. With over 350 machines on hand including large format and biocompatible printing, we can bring your 3D printing project to life with ease. We have earned our reputation among the world’s leading companies, working on the very latest 3D printing technologies.

Metal 3D printing (DMLS and SLM)

Metal 3D printing (DMLS and SLM)

Metal 3D printing DMLS or SLM is best for parts with complex geometry requiring production-grade materials such as Stainless Steel 316L, Aluminium AlSi10Mg, Inconel 718 and Titanium Ti6AI4V.

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

SLS 3D Printing is popular for inexpensive industrial applications. Offers high performance Nylon materials PA11, PA12, PP and flexible TPU. It also offers glass filled options for further mechanical performance.

HP Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF)

HP Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF)

HP MJF 3D Printing service offers high performance Nylon materials PA11, PA12, and flexible TPU-95A and Ultrasint TPU offering consistent mechanical performance.

Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM)

Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM)

FDM 3D printing offers low cost and fast turnaround functional parts for prototyping, durable manufacturing tools and jigs. A range of rigid plastics including ABS, PC and ULTEM are available.

Stereolithography (SLA)

Stereolithography (SLA)

SLA (Stereolithography) offers unrivalled feature detail and surface quality. Ideal for visual prototypes and models as well as moulds and form and fit checks. Offering ABS-like, PC-like and Silicone in many colours.

Order high-quality 3D printed parts online

Geomiq offers high-quality 3D printing services in the UK. We’re proud to partner with 260+ experienced and highly vetted manufacturers, who have a proven track record of making high-quality, high-precision 3D Printed parts for customers all over the globe. With our partners’ expertise, access to 120+ of the latest 3D printers, our engineers’ attention to detail and our entire team’s commitment to exceptional quality assurance at every stage, you can rest assured that with Geomiq, you’ll receive the perfect 3D Printed parts – the first time, every time.

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Why choose 3D Printing services from Geomiq?

Rapid turnaround

Rapid turnaround

We’re committed to reducing friction at every stage, so you can be as delighted with the speed of your 3D Printed parts’ arrival as you are with their exceptional quality. Order 3D printing service now to receive your parts in as little as 3 days!

Complex geometry

Complex geometry

All of our partners’ 3D Printing technologies allow you to produce 3D printed parts with virtually any geometry, and our tolerances are typically +/- 0.127mm.

Unmatched durability

Unmatched durability

3D Printing produces durable and impact-resistant parts that are suitable for a multitude of prototype testing or end-use applications, and ready to delight.

Catering to a wide range of industries

Catering to a wide range of industries

From aerospace and energy products to electronics and automotive goods, we’re proud to deliver immaculate 3D Printed parts for any and every industry.

A wide variety of 3D printing materials and colours

A wide variety of 3D printing materials and colours

We only offer the best plastic and metal 3D Printing materials and technologies, and can guarantee that you’ll be happy with the quality of each part you receive. Expect nothing less than commercial grade materials, such as PA2200, PA12 – and so much more.

Our 3D printing process:

Get a quote

Upload your CAD to our platform, select your lead time and get an instant or 24hr 3D printing quote.

Production

We select the most suited manufacturer for your order, with production starting immediately.

Quality control

We guarantee your order arrives to specification, with our industry leading virtual and physical quality standards.

Delivery

We ship your 3D printed parts on express services where possible, including physical delivery notes and inspection reports.

Quality assurance at every stage

Quality assurance at every stage

We are committed to offering the best quality assurance in the business. Our highly skilled engineers triple-check all your files and parts, from the initial 3D printing quote to the final inspection, ensuring your satisfaction the first time, every time.

From prototype to production in days

From prototype to production in days

At Geomiq, we understand the value of your time, and we are dedicated to helping you save more of it. Upon uploading your files, we provide a quote within one business day, and our network of highly experienced partners ensures that your 3D Printing parts are of the highest quality with short lead times.

Leverage the expertise of our global partner network

Leverage the expertise of our global partner network

We collaborate with 260+ experienced and vetted manufacturers. This allows you to access a world-class supply chain, offering great 3D printing capabilities and the highest standards globally, all from a single access point.

Compare 3D printing processes:

Type
Materials
Maximum part size
Tolerances & accuracy

Metal 3D printing (DMLS and SLM)

  • ABS
  • PC
  • ULTEM

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DCTG 6 of DIN EN ISO 8062-3 for dimensions between 0.5 and 30 mm

DCTG 8 of DIN EN ISO 8062-3 for dimensions between 30 and 400 mm

DIN ISO 2768-1 c (coarse) for dimensions between 0.5 mm and 400 mm

Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM)

  • PA11
  • PA12
  • TPU-95A
  • Ultrasint TPU

500mm x500mm x 500mm

± 0.5% with a lower limit of ± 0.5 mm

HP Multi-Jet Fusion (MJF)

  • PA11
  • PA12
  • PP
  • TPU

370mm x 274mm x 375mm although we suggest 200mm x 200mm x 200mm to prevent warping, distortion and inaccuracy.
(Larger parts can be made as multiple sub-parts in and mechanically or chemically joined together)

PA 12 (MJF): ±0.3% (with a lower limit of ±0.3 mm) although tolerances may change based on part geometry.

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

  • PA2200 Nylon

340mm x 340mm x 605mm although we suggest 320mm x 320mm x 580mm to prevent warping, distortion and inaccuracy.
(Larger parts can be made as multiple sub-parts in and mechanically or chemically joined together)

±0.3% (with a lower limit of ±0.3 mm) although tolerances may change based on part geometry.

Stereolithograph (SLA)

  • ABS-Like
  • PC-Like
  • Silicone

500mm x500mm x 500mm

Standard ±0,5% (±0,2 mm lower limit)
Industrial ±0,5% (±0,15 mm lower limit)

3D printing materials

    Main reasons to choose 3D printing:

    Cost-effective

    Cost-effective

    Use 3D printing to reduce costs though material efficiency. Cheaper than other manufacturing capabilities

    Rapid prototyping

    Rapid prototyping

    3D printing is a really efficient way to create prototypes. It is quick to iterate and bring modifications

    Design freedom

    Design freedom

    3D printing offers many design possibilities, which can't be manufactured with other technologies

    Reduced requirements

    Reduced requirements

    Reduce resource requirements like materials or energy. 3D Printing is a more sustainable option.

    Complex geometries

    Complex geometries

    3D printing offers the possibility to have complex shapes which will be harder to produce with other manufacturing processes.

    On-demand production

    On-demand production

    3D printing offers this flexibility of on-demand manufacturing. Get custom parts without large inventories.

    OUR 3D PRINTING GALLERY

    SLS PA2200
    MJF PA12
    FDM ABS
    SLA Clear Resin SLA Clear Resin

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    FAQ

    • What is 3D printing?

      3D printing, also known as additive manufacturing, is a process that creates three-dimensional objects by layering material on top of each other using a computer-controlled printer. It allows for the production of complex and customized designs.

    • How does 3D printing work?

      3D printing involves creating a physical model or prototype using a machine that builds up the model layer by layer based on a CAD file. The process typically uses molten plastic or powder materials that are fused to create the model. The technology allows for the production of complex and customized designs with relative ease and speed.

    • What materials can be used for 3D printing?

      3D printing can be done using various materials, including plastics (such as ABS and PLA), metals (like stainless steel and titanium), resins, ceramics, and even food-grade materials like chocolate.

    • How long does it take to 3D print an object?

      The printing time for an object depends on its size, complexity, and the chosen 3D printing technology. Simple objects can take a few hours, while larger or intricate designs may take several days to complete.

    • What are the advantages of 3D printing?

      • Highly flexible, allowing for the production of complex and intricate designs.
      • Speed of production, with the ability to create complex designs in hours.
      • On-demand production, eliminating the need for inventory and enabling manufacturing as needed.
      • Strong and lightweight results, with the ability to tailor materials for specific applications.
      • Cost-efficient, as it is a single-step process that doesn't require extensive manual labor.
    • What are the disadvantages of 3D printing?

      • Limited materials, as some metals and plastics are not suitable for the process.
      • Size limitations, with constraints on the dimensions of the printing chambers, requiring larger parts to be printed separately and assembled.
      • Less suited to mass production, as the process doesn't benefit from economies of scale.
      • Potential for structural errors, as parts are produced layer-by-layer, which can result in delamination under stress.
      • Additional post-processing costs, as parts often require the removal of support material and finishing.
    • What are the general principles of 3D printing?

      The general principles of 3D printing involve modeling the design using CAD software, slicing the model into layers readable by the printer, manufacturing the layers by depositing materials and finishing the printed object. The materials used can range from polymers to metallic powders, and the process allows for multi-material printing and potential advancements like 4D printing.

    • What are the applications of 3D printing?

      3D printing has a wide range of applications across industries, including:

      • Prototyping and manufacturing
      • Aerospace
      • Robotics
      • Medical and health industries
      • Construction
      • Transportation
      • Education
      • Food industry
    • What is 3D printing used for?

      3D printing is used for various purposes, including rapid prototyping, manufacturing customized or personalized products, creating complex geometries that are difficult to produce using traditional methods, producing architectural models, medical applications like creating prosthetics and implants, and even printing food or artistic objects.

    What our customers say

    • Oz Andrews

      Director

      Tyba Home

      We use the Geomiq platform as it is the easiest and fastest way to get any of our parts made. They are the obvious choice, highly recommended!

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