How Big Can I 3D Print My Design?

We offer a wide variety of different 3D printing materials which all have certain print dimensions. This might be an important driver in your design process as each 3D printer has a limited building volume. This volume is the maximal 3D space an object can be, printed as one entity and is indicated on the material pages and in the design guides of our materials. In order to give you an idea on how big you can really 3D print your designs, we have listed our maximum print dimensions below.

TechnologyMaterialColor/FinishX (mm)Y (mm)Z (mm)
Laser SinteringPolyamideNatural White650330560


Spray Painted650330560


Polished200200200


Polished and Dyed200150150


Dyed270150150


Dyed Black400400330


Velvet150150150

Polyamide PriorityNatural White
200150150


Polished200150150


Polished and Dyed200150150


Dyed200150150

AlumideNatural650330560


Dyed270150150

Rubber-like
320270300






StereolithographyStandard Resin
250250250

Gray Resin
250250335

Mammoth Resin
2100700800

Transparent Resin
2100700800






Lost Wax Casting and PrintingBrass
8888125

Bronze
8888125

Copper
8888125

Gold
8888125

Silver
8888125






Metal 3D PrintingAluminum
440220320

Titanium
220220250






Indirect Metal 3D PrintingHigh Detail Stainless Steel
454545

SteelUnpolished, Unpolished Black762393393


Unpolished Gold-Plated177177177


Polished, Polished Gold-Plated, Polished Black, Polished Brown152152152






ColorJetMulticolor
254381204






CeramicJetCeramics
200150150






Fused Deposition ModelingABS
400355400






PolyJet
High Detail Resin
100100100

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