Layer3d Provide High Quality 3d Printing Services To Our Customer


FDM: Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Is An Additive Manufacturing (AM) Technology Commonly Used For Modeling, Prototyping, And Production Applications. It Is One Of The Techniques Used For 3d Printing.

How FDM Works

3d Printers That Run On FDM Technology Build Parts Layer-By-Layer From The Bottom Up By Heating And Extruding Thermoplastic Filament

1.Pre-Processing: From Given Cad Data Get Stl File For Slicer . So Any Machine Work On Code Called G-Code And M-Code .So Engineer Make G-Code File For Machine Using Slicing Software Like Cura, Slice3r ,Flashprint ,Repetorhost And Many More ..And Give Input To Printer Through Sd-Card , Usb ,Lan And Wi-Fi.

2.Production: 3d Printer Read The G-Code And Work As Per Instruction In Code That Engineer Set . So Heated Extruder Melt The Filament And Print Layer By Layer On Bed. .Where Need Support For Parts Printer Print Removable Layers In Overhang Condition.

3.Post-Processing: After Complete The Print , We Remove 3d Print From Bed And User Breaks Away Support Material Or Dissolves It In Detergent And Water, And The Part Is Ready To Use.

Material We Use : We Use High Quality 3d Printing Filaments Which Properties Match With The Industrial Standard Grades. So U Can Get Strength, Thermal Properties As Same As Molded Parts . So U Can Also Use 3d Printed Parts In Regular Practice Without Any Doubt .

Now A Days Abs & Pla Is Cheapest Plastic In 3d Printing World .So We Use Abs/Pla And Many More Materials As Per Customer Requirements . See Our Material Section For More Details .


Layer3d Printing Focus On Following Areas

  • Automobile Interior Exterior Plastic Trims 3d Printings
  • Automobile Seating , Sheet Metal , Lighting , Transmission System , Chassis’s, Alloy Wheel Rims & Tyres
  • Mechanical : Fabrication Unit, Tool Room Product , Casting , Injection Mold, Turbine , Valves , Pumps , Tools Manufacturing , Foundry
  • Civil & Architect : 3d Floor Plan , In Town Planning , Bridge & Tower Prototypes , Dam And Geographic 3d Model Printing
  • Medical : Implants , Cranioplasty , Prosthetics 3d Printing ,Dentistry , Pre-Surgery Analysis , Post-Surgery Analysis , Custom Titanium Mesh Printing
  • Custom 3d Printing : We Print Any Custom 3d Designed Parts As Per Requirement. Like Gift Articles , Electronic Enclosure , R&D Parts , Decorative Parts, Lampshades , Lithophane Etc
  • Education : Organ Printing For Teaching To Students , Maps 3d Printing , Chemical Formula 3d Printing

We Have Expertise In All Above Area To Get Your 3d Print In Your Domain Connect With Us.

Our Work In Fdm :

  • Automobile
  • Mechanical
  • Civil
  • Medical
  • Custom Printing
  • Education


We Have Our Formlab3d Printer For Sla Application

SLA: Stereolithography (SLA) Is An Additive Manufacturing - Commonly Referred To As 3d Printing - Technology That Converts Liquid Materials Into Solid Parts, Layer By Layer, By Selectively Curing Them Using A Light Source In A Process Called Photopolymerization. SLA Is Widely Used To Create Models, Prototypes, Patterns, And Production Parts For A Range Of Industries From Engineering And Product Design To Manufacturing, Dentistry, Jewelry, Model Making, And Education.

To Help You Decide If SLA Is The Right Process For Your Application, We’ll Now Compare The Benefits Of Stereolithography To Traditional Manufacturing Methods And Other Additive Manufacturing Technologies.

High Resolution And Smooth Surface Finish

Sla Creates Parts With A Smooth Surface Finish Directly Out The Machine. This Is Ideal For Applications That Require A Flawless Finish, And Also Helps Reduce Finishing Time, Since Parts Can Easily Be Sanded, Polished And Painted.

Z-Axis Layer Height Is Commonly Used To Define The Resolution Of A 3d Printer. This Can Be Adjusted In Between 25 And 100 Microns On The Form 2, With A Trade-Off Between Speed And Quality. In Comparison, FDM And SLS Printers Typically Print Z-Axis Layers At 100 To 300 Microns. However, A Part Printed At 100 Microns On An FDM Or SLS Printer Looks Different From A Part Printed At 100 Microns On An SLA Printer. SLA Prints Have A Smoother Surface Finish Right Out Of The Printer, Because The Outermost Perimeter Walls Are Straight, And The Newly Printed Layer Interacts With The Previous Layer, Smoothing Out The Staircase Effect. FDM Prints Tend To Have Clearly Visible Layers, Whereas SLS Has A Grainy Surface From The Sintered Powder.


Rooks Printed At 100 Micron Layer Height On Desktop And Industrial Fdm, Desktop SLA (Form 2), Industrial SLA And Industrial SLS 3d Printers.

The Smallest Possible Detail Is Also Much Finer On SLA, Given 140 Micron Laser Spot Size On The Form 2, In Comparison With 350 Microns On Industrial SLS Printers, And 250–800 Micron Nozzles On FDM Machines.

Accuracy And Repeatability

Sla Printers Can Create Accurate Parts With Repeatable Dimensions. This Is Essential For Functional Applications, Such Engineering Assemblies, Jewelry Casting Masters, Or Custom Dental Products From A Patient’s Scan.

The Combination Of The Heated Resin Tank And The Closed Build Environment Provides Almost Identical Conditions For Each Print. Better Accuracy Is Also A Function Of Lower Printing Temperature Compared To Thermoplastic-Based Technologies That Melt The Raw Material. Because Sla Uses Light Instead Of Heat, The Printing Process Takes Place At Close To Room Temperature, And Printed Parts Don't Suffer From Thermal Expansion And Contraction Artifacts.

General Accuracy Of Sla Prints Is 50 To 200 Microns Depending On Size, Resin, Model Geometry And Support Generation. In A Recent Testing On The Form 2, 95% Of Prints Measured Within 240 Μm Or Less Of The Designed Dimensions.

Applications :

  • Automobile
  • Mechanical
  • Medical
  • Education
  • Civil & Architect
  • Use Directly In Pattern Making Or Use In Sand Casting.
  • Jewellery
  • Aerospace

SLS And Metal Printing:

Layer3d Printing Work In Both Plastic SLS And Metal 3d Printing

SLS: Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) Is An Additive Manufacturing (AM) Technique That Uses A Laser As The Power Source To Sinter Powdered Material (Typically Nylon/Polyamide), Aiming The Laser Automatically At Points In Space Defined By A 3d Model, Binding The Material Together To Create A Solid Structure. It Is Similar To Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS); The Two Are Instantiations Of The Same Concept But Differ In Technical Details. Selective Laser Melting (SLM) Uses A Comparable Concept, But In Slm The Material Is Fully Melted Rather Than Sintered, Allowing Different Properties (Crystal Structure, Porosity, And So On). SLS (As Well As The Other Mentioned Am Techniques) Is A Relatively New Technology That So Far Has Mainly Been Used For Rapid Prototyping And For Low-Volume Production Of Component Parts. Production Roles Are Expanding As The Commercialization Of AM Technology Improves.



  • Aerospace Hardware
  • Uas, Uav, Uuv, Ugv Hardware
  • Medical And Healthcare
  • Electronics; Packaging, Connectors
  • Homeland Security
  • Military Hardware

Rapid Prototypes

  • Functional Proof Of Concept Prototypes
  • Design Evaluation Models (Form, Fit & Function)
  • Product Performance & Testing
  • Engineering Design Verification
  • Wind-Tunnel Test Models

Tooling And Patterns

  • Rapid Tooling (Concept Development & Bridge Tools)
  • Injection Mold Inserts
  • Tooling And Manufacturing Estimating Visual Aid
  • Investment Casting Patterns
  • Jigs And Fixtures
  • Foundry Patterns - Sand Casting