Confused by too much choice in the 3D Printing market?
We take the guesswork out of choosing your next 3D Printer
Take the headache out of choosing a 3D printer. Get independent advice on 3D printing, the materials available and the upfront and any ongoing cost associated. Solid Print3D, the 3D Printing Business Unit of Solid Solutions, will even provide free 3D printed samples from the printer of your choice.
About Solid Print3D

Solid Print3D is the 3D Printing Business Unit of Solid Solutions – the UK’s largest SOLIDWORKS reseller and one of the largest SOLIDWORKS resellers in the world. We support over 15,000 design & engineering companies offering seamless 3D CAD to 3D Print Support.

Uniquely placed with the UK and Ireland design & engineering sectors offering 3D CAD -> 3D Printing Support. No longer will you have to call two companies to diagnose an issue with your print.

We support your CAD, the slicing software to the hardware you use to print. Our customer service has allowed us to become a trusted partner to so many UK businesses.

Our Printers

Solid Print3D take the guess work out of choosing your next 3D Printer. We have hand picked the best 3D Printing companies to partner with, taking the effort out of researching a market with over 200+ 3D printing companies looking for your business.

Staying abreast of new technology, we ensure we offer tried and trusted technology you can rely on. Whether it’s a reliable budget FDM printer, a print with flexible or carbon filled materials or if you wish to print in Metal – we have you covered.

Understanding your requirements is paramount and we will never make a recommendation unless we fully understand your business.

What 3D Printers do we offer?

We offer 7 different brands of 3D Printers :

The details of each printer can be found below. For further information on the products we offer visit the Solid Print 3D website.

3D Printing in SOLIDWORKS

SOLIDWORKS 3D Printing: 3D Print directly from SOLIDWORKS - Prepare your model for 3D Printing using the Print3D functionality in SOLIDWORKS. This allows you to set up a model and send it directly to your 3D printer.

For more information, visit our blog 'Preparing SOLIDWORKS Models for 3D Printing'.

Markforged Printers
1. Markforged Printers

Printing in continuous Carbon Fibre and Metal, Markforged are leading the way in replacing traditional expensive manufacturing by increasing speed & reducing cost. Markforged utilise the latest in cutting edge materials science, cloud computing & industry to design to create holistic systems that provide parts with incredible strength and stiffness.

Formlabs Desktop Printers
2. Formlabs Printers

Formlabs develops innovative and sophisticated fabrication tools for professional artists, designers, and engineers with superior resolution & detail. The Form 3 & Form 3L are reliable, high performance printers and the form wash & form cure automate a traditionally difficult process. Formlabs are the desktop SLA brand to work with.

Ultimaker 3D Printers
3. Ultimaker Printers

Ultimaker, founded in 2011, take great pride in supporting Open Source filaments (meaning you can print with any filament you wish). Ultimaker are releasing new printers, new filaments & forging new relationships with industry leading Chemical companies keeping them ahead of the curve and with a myriad of potential applications.

Raise3D Printers
4. Raise3D Printers

With a 400% year-to-year growth rate, Raise3D is quickly becoming the fastest growing 3D Printing company on earth. Offering large format printing for incredible value for money Raise3D is setting the benchmark in this sector. With a £ per cubic cm typically 1/2 the price of other FDM machines Raise3D will allow you to produce huge prints for a minimal price.

BigRep 3D Printers
5. Bigrep Printers

Bigrep is changing the landscape within large scale manufacturing. Founded 2014 Bigrep can print models up to 1m3. A professional 3D Printer aimed at the Automotive, Aerospace, Furniture, Robotic and Architecture markets, Bigrep are leading the way in large format 3D printing. If you want to print large objects Bigrep are worth checking out.

Sindoh Printers
6. Sindoh Printers

Sindoh printers were established in 1960 and have a long and proud history of manufacturing electronic equipment. Sindoh launched their first 3D printer in 2016 and have since released 5 products, with 2 more on the way in 2019. Sindoh offer FDM printers, with both single & dual head configurations.

CNC Machine by PocketNC
7. Pocket NC

The Pocket NC is a small compact 5 axis Desktop CNC machine. In 2 variations able to cut Aluminium or Steel up to 100mm ³. Pocket NC were inspired by how 3D printing was evolving engineering. Pocket NC decided to create and develop a new 5- axis CNC axis machine for every engineer to have on their desktop.

Peel 3D
8. Peel 3D Scanners

Peel 3D Scanners provide professional-grade handheld 3D scanning in its purest form. Simply create high-quality 3D scans of small or large objects whilst keeping your project on a budget. These 3D Scanners can scan most items directly without any preparation as they recognise the shape of objects automatically. Trying to scan something very smooth? No problem! It is also possible to use stick-on markers in order to scan the flattest surfaces.

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