Eksun 3d services provide manufacturing & creating the product with the help of 3D Printer. We deliver the prototype & custom manufacturing at affordable price. If you have a CATIA Design ready, you can send it on founder@eksun3d.com or service@eksun3d.com. We will deliver your product in given time.

If you don’t have the design of prototype, just explain/ mail your idea, we will design the model & generate a prototype. We also provide rapid prototyping for scanned model e.g. Sculptures, Mechanical parts, bones, Teeth etc.

    Our services include-

  • Printing designs and prototypes
  • Duplicating and modifying components as per requirement.
  • Large format printing - 210mm x 210mm x 300mm.
  • Part Designing and part creation.
  • High resolution printing to 50 microns i.e. 05mm per layer!
  • Support in 3D printing.
  • 3D scanning for sculptures.

We also offer a suite of professional finishing options to achieve a high-quality surface finish. In addition, we can join multiple sections of a part design quickly and seamlessly to create large parts and prototypes.

For getting your design printed in 3d, your queries feel free to contact us.

    Why EKSUN3D? – Material used

  • PLA - most commonly used 3D printing plastic for general purpose and rigid.
  • Polymax PLA – It is strong and impact resistant.
  • ABS - Strong, economical and slightly flexible.
  • Colorfab Metal - PLA based metal blend plastic with a real metal look after polishing.
  • FLEX TPE & TPU - Rubber like and very flexible.
  • Nylon - Super strong. Ideal for parts under high stress and constant friction.
  • SLA or SLS Nylon - Super strong and high definition.


PLA – Polylactic Acid
Created from processing any number of plant products including corn, potatoes or sugar-beets, PLA is considered a more 'earth friendly' plastic compared to petroleum based ABS. Used primarily in food packaging and containers, PLA can be composted at commercial compost facilities. It won't bio-degrade in your backyard or home compost pile however. It is naturally transparent and can be colored to various degrees of translucency and opacity. Also strong, and more rigid than ABS, it is occasionally more difficult to work with in complicated interlocking assemblies and pin-joints. Printed objects will generally have a glossier look and feel than ABS. With a little more work, PLA can also be sanded and machined. The lower melting temperature of PLA makes it unsuitable for many applications as even parts spending the day in a hot car can droop and deform.

ABS – Acrylonitrile Butadiene styrene
ABS as a polymer can take many forms and can be engineered to have many properties. In general, it is a strong plastic with mild flexibility (compared to PLA). Natural ABS before colorants have been added is soft milky beige. The flexibility of ABS makes creating interlocking pieces or pin connected pieces easier to work with. It is easily sanded and machined. Notably, ABS is soluble in Acetone allowing one to weld parts together with a drop or two, or smooth and create high gloss by brushing or dipping full pieces in Acetone. Compared to PLA, it is much easier to recycle ABS. Its strength, flexibility, machinability, and higher temperature resistance make it often a preferred plastic by engineers and those with mechanical uses in mind.

SLA - Stereo lithography
3D printing is the process of converting digital designs to solid three-dimensional objects. It uses a computer controlled laser to cure a liquid photo-curable resin, layer by layer, to create a 3D part. This technology might seem novel to some but it was developed in the late nineteenth century and has been widely used for prototyping in several industries.

Stereo lithography (often called SLA or SLS) rapidly builds components using a precise UV laser to cure and solidify thin layers of a photo-reactive resin. One of the most accurate 3D printing technologies, SLA is ideal for concept models, form and fit studies, and investment casting patterns.

Stereo lithography is now one of the most widely used rapid prototyping techniques for plastic models and still the core process at the Materialize rapid prototyping shop.

ABS
- Its strength, flexibility, machinability, and higher temperature resistance make it often a preferred plastic for engineers, and professional applications. The hot plastic smells deter some as does the plastics petroleum based origin. The additional requirement of a heated print bed means there are some printers simply incapable of printing ABS with any reliability.

PLA
- The wide range of available colors and translucencies and glossy feel often attract those who print for display or small household uses. Many appreciate the plant based origins and prefer the semi-sweet smell over ABS. When properly cooled, PLA seems to have higher maximum printing speeds, lower layer heights, and sharper printed corners. Combining this with low warping on parts make it a popular plastic for home printers, hobbyists, and schools.



FIRST STEP?
Initially you will require a STL file to upload. This file is the digital model that you want to transform into a physical printed object. Don’t worry it isn’t as scary as it sounds. There are several ways to obtain 3d models: 3D Scan your object: 3D Scanning is not an easy process and generally requires a professional.

CAD Software: Computer Aided Design has come a long way and is much easier for an experienced professional to use.

Download free designs: Search from over two hundred thousand designs that you can simply download as an STL and 3D print.

Hire a Pundit Designer: If you require your design to be taken to the next level, choose from one of our Australian member expert designers to CAD up your model ready for 3D Printing. With our experience and knowledge of 3D printing, we provide 3D printing services with quick turnaround, at an affordable prices and advice on the most appropriate 3D printing technology for your application.



How much does it cost to print a 3D model?
We charge for 3D printed models based on weight of model (it includes build time, setup and working time). There may be an additional charge for the time required to rework on the file and repair it for printing, if the file contain lacunas.

The best way to receive an official quotation is to send us a STL (Stereo lithography) file to founder@eksun3d.com or service@eksun3d.com so that we can identify your requirements and check the suitability of the parts for 3D printing.