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3D Printing Service Murfreesboro, TN

We manufacture high-quality, competitively priced custom prototypes & production parts. Upload a CAD file for an instant 3D printing quote. Order parts in 5 minutes from your desk.

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  • Instant quotes for 1-1,000 parts
  • Instant DfM feedback on every quote
  • Lead times from 22 business days
  • FDM, SLS, SLA, MJF & DMLS
  • 25+ plastics & metals, 35+ colors
  • Rapid prototyping & full-scale production
  • ISO9001, ISO13485, AS9100
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Our online 3D printing services

Our online 3d printing services leverage a global network of over 2,400 3D printing machines, which means our customers get both competitive prices and fast lead times. We specialise in five processes, bringing you everything you need for custom 3D printing projects, from rapid prototyping with FDM to small production runs of metal 3D prints for industrial applications.

FDM
FDM 3d printing service
FDM

Fused deposition modeling

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SLS
SLS 3d printing service
SLS

Selective laser sintering

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MJF
MJF 3d printing service
MJF

MultiJet fusion

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SLA
SLA 3d printing service
SLA

Stereolithography

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DMLS
DMLS 3d printing service
DMLS

Direct metal laser sintering

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Our 3D printing service has been rated 4.9/5

Over 137 customers are satisfied with our 3D printing service.

“Very fast response to all inquires. Parts arrived on time and in good condition. Thanks!”

Peter, Nashville
Standard ABS, FDM

“Excellent and expedient work! Everything on point. Very satisfied and highly recommended.”

John, Gatlinburg
Standard PETG, FDM

“Great communication, very helpful, and the parts look fantastic. Thanks!”

Jairus, Americus
Standard ABS, FDM

“Great print, parts fit together very well and look nice. Thanks!”

Aaron, Bluffton
Standard PLA, FDM

“Print arrived in fantastic shape. Thank you!”

Lovieree, Columbus
Standard PLA, FDM

“Very quick and flexible about picking up my parts!”

Courtney, Marietta
Standard PLA, FDM

“Very good prints with fast turn-around time. Highly recommended!”

Thomas, Troy
Standard PETG, FDM

“This is the guy I'll order from next time. Great communication and quality.”

Shawn, Guntersville
Fiberglass reinforced Nylon, FDM

“Great print! Fast service! Thanks so much!”

Danielle, Lilburn
Standard PLA, FDM

“The part arived exactly as modeled with a fine surface finish. I can't ask for more.”

Zachary, Hendersonville
Standard ABS, FDM

“I sent them a big order and they responded like troopers! This wasn't the first time that I'd ordered from them and it definitely won't be the last. They do a stellar job and communicate very well. I knew exactly what to expect and was asked for feedback on production decisions. ”

Todd, Chattanooga
Standard ABS, FDM

“Parts arrived in the expected time frame and look excellent.”

MIKE, Marietta
Standard PETG, FDM

“Great job working with me on some difficult parts.”

Allie, Starkville
Standard resin, SLA/DLP

“I have used this hub for multiple orders and have never been disappointed with the parts or service. I highly recommend them!”

Miriam, Atlanta
Standard Nylon, SLS

“First time using the service, went very smoothly. Thanks!”

Ken, Knoxville
Standard PLA, FDM

“Good communication, quick service, good print. Thanks!”

Charles, Columbia
Standard ABS, FDM

“Super great job! and I'm so sorry about being late confirming the order delivered. I've been super busy. ”

Mario, Lexington
Standard PLA, FDM

“I'm very happy with the results. Will use this service again! ”

Lowell, Cincinnati
Standard PLA, FDM

“Excellent service, precision and quality of materials!”

Kim, Decatur
Standard PLA, FDM

“Offered good recommendations and printed on time with excellent quality paying special attention to the smaller detailed pieces.”

Jeffrey, Ringgold
Standard PLA, FDM

“Good quality print, tiny bit of stringing on one side but causes zero issues. ”

Ted, Cincinnati
Standard PLA, FDM

“Super happy with the quality and speed of service. I will definitely be using your company for all of my 3D print needs in the near future. ”

Jessica, Grovetown
Standard PETG, FDM

“Great communication to make sure my order was placed with the correct specs.”

Ryan, Columbus
Standard ASA, FDM

“Part turned out perfectly. Very happy with it. Quick responses to queries.”

Keith, Manchester
Standard PLA, FDM

“Perfect quality and quick turn around-- once again! ”

Macy, Brentwood
Standard PLA, FDM

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Our experience in numbers
Engineers
145,000 engineers served
Businesses
35,000 businesses
Mps
240 manufacturing partners
Parts
6M+ parts & prototypes produced
Large building
27% of Fortune 500 companies
Machines
4200+ machines

We use powerful automation to make custom 3D printing easy

We’re eliminating slow and antiquated processes with automated engineering tools to help you reduce development cycles and increase the speed at which projects are delivered.

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Instant 3D printing quotes

Upload a CAD file, receive a 3D printing quote in seconds. No more back and forth with suppliers or long email chains.

Automated DfM feedback

You automatically receive manufacturability feedback on all 3D prints. No more waiting for a technician before knowing you can proceed to production.

Online order management

Easily manage orders online, track deliveries and share important details with others on your team.
Instant 3D printing quotes

Upload a CAD file, receive a 3D printing quote in seconds. No more back and forth with suppliers or long email chains.

Automated DfM feedback

You automatically receive manufacturability feedback on all 3D prints. No more waiting for a technician before knowing you can proceed to production.

Online order management

Easily manage orders online, track deliveries and share important details with others on your team.

Comparison of our 3D printing services

Need help choosing? See our guide to selecting the right 3D printing process.

3D printing process

FDM SLA SLS MJF DMLS
Available materials 10 11 2 2 2
[US] Lead time in days From 2 From 2 From 3 From 3 From 10
[EU] Lead time in days From 2 From 2 From 3 From 3 From 10
[US] Maximum build size 19.68'' x 19.68'' x 19.68'' 5.7" x 5.7" x 6.8" 16.5" × 19.7" × 16.5" 14.9'' x 11.2'' x 14.9'' 9.84'' x 12.80'' x 9.84''
[EU] Maximum build size 500 x 500 x 500 mm 145 × 145 × 175 mm 400 x 480 x 400 mm 380 x 285 x 380 mm 250 x 325 x 250 mm
[US] Dimensional accuracy ± 0.5% with a lower limit on ± 0.0196'' ± 0.5% with a lower limit on ± 0.006" ± 0.5% with a lower limit on ± 0.012'' ± 0.5% with a lower limit on ± 0.012'' <10mm: ± 0.2% with a lower limit of ± 0.008" >10mm: ± 2%
[EU] Dimensional accuracy ± 0.5% with a lower limit on ± 0.5 mm ± 0.5% with a lower limit on ± 0.15 mm ± 0.5% with a lower limit on ± 0.3 mm ± 0.5% with a lower limit on ± 0.3 mm <10mm: ± 0.2% with a lower limit of ± 0.2 mm >10mm: ± 2%
Prototyping applications Low-fideily, proof-of-concept prototyping and visual design verification. Detailed visual prototypes (especially of injection molded parts). Functional and high-fidelity prototypes. Similar to MJF. Functional and high-fidelity prototypes. Similar to SLS. Design verification of metal parts.
End-part applications Non-visual end parts, such as jigs and fixtures. Small, smooth, non-functional end parts. Small batches of functional plastic parts. Similar to MJF Small batches of functional plastic parts. Similar to SLS. Alternative to CNC machining for complex, small or low-volume metal parts.

Choose from a broad range of 3D printing materials

Need help choosing? We have a whole range of resources on selecting the right 3D printing material for your application

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Standard 3D printing post processing

FDM

Standard (no additional post-processing)
  • All surfaces must have a consistent visual appearance
  • Support structures are removed
  • Excess support/build material are removed
  • All parts are printed with 3 outline / perimeter shells or a wall thickness of 1.2 mm
  • Top and bottom layers will have a minimum thickness of 0.6 mm (6 layers at 100 um)

SLA

Standard (no additional post-processing)
  • All support material are removed and support nibs are sanded smooth.
  • For clear resins, a polishing oil is applied
  • All support material is removed and support nibs are sanded smooth
  • Formlabs materials are cured in a Form Cure using the following settings which follow the official Formlabs "Recommended Cure" settings
Formlabs Cure settings
Resin Post-cure time (mins) Post-cure time (mins)
Standard clear 15 60 °C
Standard black 30 60 °C
Standard white 30 60 °C
Standard grey 30 60 °C
Tough 2000 30 70 °C
Durable 60 60 °C
Grey pro 15 80 °C
High temp 120 80 °C
Flexible 15 60 °C
Rigid 15 80 °C

SLS/MJF

Standard (no additional post-processing)
  • All unfused powder is removed via bead blasting (first) and air blasting (second)
  • Air pressure range of 2 - 5 bar or 29 - 72.5 psi
  • Glass beads with diameter 70-110 microns
  • No additional post-processing

How we ensure high quality 3D prints

Every order includes our standard inspection report. Further reports and certifications are available on request, submit an order to begin.

Standard
  • Critical dimensions
  • Quantity of parts
  • Number of parts inspected
  • Surface finish
  • Threads and tolerances
Standard
On request
  • Critical dimensions
  • Quantity of parts
  • Number of parts inspected
  • Surface finish
  • Threads and tolerances
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3D printing resources for engineers

Handbook sample-cover

The 3D Printing Handbook by 3D Hubs

Our founders literally ‘wrote the book’ on 3D printing.

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3D Printing vs. CNC machining

3D printing vs. CNC machining

Learn about the practical differences of CNC machining and 3D Printing and how to select the right technology for manufacturing end-use parts and functional prototypes.

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PLA vs. ABS: What's the difference?

PLA vs. ABS: What's the difference?

PLA and ABS are the most popular materials on 3D Hubs. This comparison will help you select the best option for your project.

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Dimensional accuracy of 3D printed parts

Dimensional accuracy of 3D printed parts

This article presents the expected dimensional accuracy of parts produced via 3D printing and discusses why part inaccuracies occur.

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Key design considerations for 3D Printing

Key design considerations for 3D printing

A list of things to keep in mind when designing a model for 3D printing - regardless of the technology that you will be printing with.

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How to design Snap-fit Joints for 3D Printing

How to design snap-fit joints for 3D printing

This guide discusses the benefits of 3D printing snap-fits and gives design and material recommendations.

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SLA 3D Printing materials compared

SLA 3D printing materials compared

Compare the main SLA 3D printing resins - standard, tough, durable, heat resistant, rubber-like, dental and castable - by material properties and find the best option for your application.

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3D Printing STL files: A step-by-step guide

3D printing STL files: A step-by-step guide

Learn how to avoid low quality prints or unnecessarily large 3D files by exporting your STL file in the correct resolution.

Read article
Selecting the optimal shell and infill parameters for FDM 3D Printing

Selecting the optimal shell and infill parameters for FDM 3D printing

Shell and infill properties impact the performance and cost of FDM 3D printing. Learn how to optimize these features for your 3D printed part

Read article
Handbook sample-cover

The 3D Printing Handbook by 3D Hubs

Our founders literally ‘wrote the book’ on 3D printing.

Read article
3D Printing vs. CNC machining

3D printing vs. CNC machining

Learn about the practical differences of CNC machining and 3D Printing and how to select the right technology for manufacturing end-use parts and functional prototypes.

Read article
PLA vs. ABS: What's the difference?

PLA vs. ABS: What's the difference?

PLA and ABS are the most popular materials on 3D Hubs. This comparison will help you select the best option for your project.

Read article
Dimensional accuracy of 3D printed parts

Dimensional accuracy of 3D printed parts

This article presents the expected dimensional accuracy of parts produced via 3D printing and discusses why part inaccuracies occur.

Read article
Key design considerations for 3D Printing

Key design considerations for 3D printing

A list of things to keep in mind when designing a model for 3D printing - regardless of the technology that you will be printing with.

Read article
How to design Snap-fit Joints for 3D Printing

How to design snap-fit joints for 3D printing

This guide discusses the benefits of 3D printing snap-fits and gives design and material recommendations.

Read article
SLA 3D Printing materials compared

SLA 3D printing materials compared

Compare the main SLA 3D printing resins - standard, tough, durable, heat resistant, rubber-like, dental and castable - by material properties and find the best option for your application.

Read article
3D Printing STL files: A step-by-step guide

3D printing STL files: A step-by-step guide

Learn how to avoid low quality prints or unnecessarily large 3D files by exporting your STL file in the correct resolution.

Read article
Selecting the optimal shell and infill parameters for FDM 3D Printing

Selecting the optimal shell and infill parameters for FDM 3D printing

Shell and infill properties impact the performance and cost of FDM 3D printing. Learn how to optimize these features for your 3D printed part

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CNC machining

Milling (3-, 4- & full 5-axis), turning & post-processing

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Sheet metal

Laser cutting, bending, post processing

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Injection molding

Rapid tooling, family molds, multi-cavity molds and overmolding

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