Costing for 3D models
OBJET 30 Pro Printers
High Definition parts
Polyjet Technology Printer
Maximum Part Size 294*192*148 mm
Vero and Durus Printer Model Materials
Cost per cu/in varies with material and application requirements
Quotations: Same day/Next day from solid model Cad Files
Shipping 2-3 Days anywhere in Ontario
High Definition Parts
Price upon request

Medium to low definition parts
FDM Technology
Maximum Part Size 305*305*457 mm
PLA Printer Model Material
$4.50 to $7.00 per cu./in. depending on model size and complexity
Quotations: Same Day/Next Day from solid model Cad Files
Shipping 2-3 Days anywhere in Ontario

Polyjet VS FDM Comparison
The Objet 30 Polyjet printer is ideal for small parts with complex shapes and details. This printer is an excellent choice for engineers to check fit and function of multiple parts in assemblies, the high accuracy of the Objet 30 Pro also makes this a great choice for jigs, fixtures and test equipment.

The MakerBot Z18 FDM printer is an ideal choice for student projects, the home hobbyist with a low material cost PLA plastic. For large parts and loose tolerance parts the Z18 printer will produce parts quickly and efficiently with a faster print cycle than the Objet 30 Pro. Whether you are looking for demonstration models, proof of concept, or just want to see your idea in 3D this is the selection for you.


The Vero family of rigid and opaque materials includes VeroWhitePlus™, VeroGray™, VeroBlue™ and VeroBlackPlus™. Vero materials are durable and intended for high-detailed projects, such as creating moving and assembled parts, assembling electronic components and silicon molding.Combining rigid opaque and rubber-like materials, the Polyjet Vero family of materials is ideal for standard plastics simulation and model creation that closely resemble the look of an end product.

DurusWhite™, a Polyjet Polypropylene material is ideal for a broad range of applications that require appearance, flexibility, strength and toughness. Properties include Izod notched impact of 44 J/m, elongation at break of 44% and flexural modulus of 1026 MPa. The DurusWhite™ polypropylene material is ideal for prototyping reusable containers and packaging, flexible and snap-fit products, living hinges, toys, battery cases and laboratory equipment, loud speakers and automotive components.

PLA (poly lactic acid)

PLA comes from renewable resources like corn starch or sugar cane. It is environmental friendly and is biodegradable. Its hardness is between r70 and r90 (using a Rockwell Hardness scale) and melts about 173 degrees Celsius. We have observed that accuracy when producing 3D parts is very good; for instance  even already assembled parts can be fabricated using this material. In addition, PLA has advantages when doing metal cast because of its lower melting point.

In simple terms, ABS is more for industrial applications where wear durablilty and product testing may be required, where as PLA tends to be for display putpose, "touch and feel"  presentations, fit testing or household type objects where life and strength are not a factor.  For greater detail visit here.
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