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Metal 3D Printing

Direct metal laser sintering (DMLS) employs a fiber laser system to trace onto a layer of atomized metal powder, effectively fusing the powder into solid metal components with full density.

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

Selective laser sintering (SLS) utilizes a CO2 laser to meld nylon-based powder layer by layer, resulting in the creation of thermoplastic parts upon completion.

Stereolithography (SLA)

Stereolithography (SLA) employs an ultraviolet laser to delineate on the surface of liquid thermoset resin, forming numerous thin layers until the final parts are crafted.

Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)

Multi Jet Fusion employs a process where fusing and detailing agents are selectively applied across a bed of nylon powder, which is then fused into solid functional components through the application of heat in thousands of layers by heating elements.

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why choose pcbpit for 3d printing services?

Precision Performance

Benefit from our expertise in material science, streamlined processes, and exceptional customer service. Transform your ideas into reality with PCBPit today.

Excellent customer support

Our customer-centric service ensures tailored solutions and prompt support. Embrace PCBPit for limitless possibilities in 3D printing.

Reliability and Expertise

Our experts offers invaluable guidance and support throughout the printing process, ensuring optimal outcomes. Moreover, our industry experience guarantees proficiency in handling diverse projects with precision and professionalism.

Speed and Customization

Extensive customization options, allowing clients to tailor designs to their exact specifications. Choose PCBPit for fast and personalized 3D printing solutions.


3D painting refers to the process of creating digital art directly onto three-dimensional models within a software environment. It allows artists to paint textures, colors, and details on a model’s surface as if it were a canvas, providing a more immersive and detailed approach to digital art creation.

To fully experience 3D paintings, especially in an interactive manner, you may need specific software or a web platform capable of rendering 3D models. However, for static images or videos showcasing the 3D painting, standard web browsers or media players should suffice.

Yes, 3D paintings can be printed using 3D printers. The process involves translating the painted textures and colors onto a 3D model and then printing it with a 3D printer that supports full-color printing.

Basic understanding of digital art concepts, familiarity with 3D modeling and texturing, and a grasp of the specific 3D painting software you’re using are essential. Artistic skills, such as color theory and composition, are also beneficial.

Absolutely! Many 3D painting programs offer intuitive interfaces and tools designed for users at all skill levels. Starting with simple projects can help beginners gradually build their skills.

The time required varies significantly based on the complexity of the model and the level of detail desired. Simple projects might take a few hours, while more intricate designs could require days or even weeks of work.

Yes, numerous online tutorials and courses are available, ranging from beginner to advanced levels. These resources can help you learn specific techniques and tools within your chosen 3D painting software.

Yes, 3D paintings are commonly used in the video game and animation industries to create detailed textures and visuals for models and environments, enhancing the realism and visual appeal of digital scenes.

PCBPit allows common file formats for 3D paintings include OBJ, FBX, and STL for the models, and PNG, JPG, or TIFF for the textures. The specific formats supported can vary depending on the software used.

You can share your 3D paintings by exporting them in a widely supported format and uploading them to online galleries, social media, or your personal website. Some platforms also allow for interactive 3D model viewing, enabling others to explore your work in detail.

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