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Get a non-binding 3D printing price estimate - Online price calculator takes 30 seconds

This is how our online price calculator works

  1. Visit our price calculator via the button below
  2. Upload your 3D file
  3. Select material, number of parts and post-processing
  4. Fill in delivery details
  5. Complete the price calculation and get a non-binding price estimate
  6. We will contact you with a more precise - but still non-binding - offer


If you do not have a file

If you do not have a file or need help getting started with 3D printing, you are of course always welcome to contact us - see contact information on this page. You can also download our test file below to see how it works.



If you need help with development to ensure that you get the best out of 3D printing, our specialists are also ready to help with this.

We always 3D print in the following materials

Forskellige 3D-print metalemner på hvid baggrundMetal:

  • Titanium (Ti6AI4V)
  • Aluminium (AISi10Mg)
  • Stainless steel (316L)
  • Tool steel (1.2709)
  • Inconel (625)
  • Copper (CuCr1Zr)


  • Nylon (PA2200)
  • BlueDP (blue metal and x-ray detectable PA)

Food contact:

As the only ones in Denmark, we are approved by the Danish Veterinary and Food Administration to 3D-print items for food contact in both metal and plastic.

The fine print

Please note that the prices in the price calculator are indicative only - the official offer can vary by up to +/- 15%.

The minimum price of an order is DKK 2,500. Prices over DKK 20,000 or 50 pieces of an item are not precise.

We use the price calculation platform Digifabster, and you should be aware that your information is transferred to Digifabster when you choose to use the price calculator - see Digifabster's Privacy Policy here.

Design changes result in a lower price

There is a high probability that you can lower the price of your part, if you make some small design changes - we are happy to guide you on how to do that.

To lower the price of 3D printing, it is a good idea to:

  1. Minimize the volume of the item
  2. Minimize the size of the item
  3. Change the material selection
  4. Increase the number of pieces