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What does infill mean? What is the standard infill percentage?

Infill refers to the structure printed inside your 3D printed parts and applies to FDM only. It plays a role in determining how strong your part will be. Our standard is 20%, you can increase this percentage increments of 20%.

A higher infill percentage will result in a stronger part. A lower infill percentage will allow for faster and more cost-effective printing.

You can read more about selecting the optimal infill for your application here .

 

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Because of the Coronavirus I might not be able to pick up my order, what can I do?

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I need advice before submitting the order

Learn how to select the right material and manufacturing technology for your project

Read article

I'm concerned about the Coronavirus outbreak, can I change my delivery address?

Read article

Why can't I order 3D printed parts in Australia, New Zealand, China or Japan?

3D printing service has been discontinues in Australia, New Zealand, China and Japan on August 24th, 2020.

Read article

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