3D Printing Service

We have the biggest 3D printing production capacity in Turkey (240 hour in 1 day) in +90 3D Digital Factory. We provide 3D printing service on your demand in our 3D printing factory that has 3D printers that have different technologies and high-performance materials.

We provide 3D printing services over 100.000 unit to more than 500 customers only in 2017.


What is 3D Printing?

3D printing (3-dimensional printing) 3D a process of making three dimensional solid parts from a digital file of a 3D model in 3D printers by selecting suitable technology and material.

.STL data that you sent to  rpservice@plus90.com or upload to Online Offer button is examined by our consultants. After checking the suitability of 3D printing, we learn the usage area. Material and technology are selected on demand such as hardness, flexibility, strength, heat resistance, biocompatibility. Parts are manufactured with 3D printers and required post-processing is made in +90 3D Digital Factory.

Parts are shipped after the quality control. You can check your shipment details online on our website.

3D Printing Materials


Polymers have a wide range of application because they can be in different forms like plastics and they have different features. They can be used in every area such as adhesive and medical devices. Polymer industry spread more than metal industry such as steel, aluminum, and copper in today’s world.

Polymers can be used in filament, resin and powder form in 3D printers. Polymers are divided into two categories which are thermoplastics and thermosets according to their thermal behaviors.

1.1 Thermoplastics

Thermoplastics are the materials that preserve their properties during the melting and hardening processes. Thermoplastics are used both traditional injection molding process and FDM 3D printing technology process.

1.2 Thermosets

Thermosets doesn’t melt, unlike thermoplastics. They are usually viscous fluids or solidified by curing. Solidified thermosets cannot be melted because they lose their structural integrity after heat exposure.


Metals can be used only in powder form in 3D printing technologies, unlike polymers that can be used in different forms. Dimension, shape, and fluidity of the powder particles are the important parameters that show the suitability for the 3D printers.


Ceramics and composites can be used in some 3D printer technologies to create advanced products. For example, wear resistance of polymers is increased by using ceramic mixed resin in Polyjet technology. Another example is the aluminum, carbon, graphite and glass mixed polymer powder which has high strength/weight ratio and wear resistance that is used in SLS technology.

Parts that We Have Manufactured for Different Sectors

3D Printing Prices

One of the most curious questions is ‘’What are the 3D printing prices?’’. The 3D printing prices change according to the 3D printer technology, material, part dimensions, density, location in the 3D printer, surface quality and part geometry. So, pricing by looking a photo or picture may not give the same result with looking the 3D model in the CAD file. If your 3D model is prepared, you can ask a price offer quickly by sending your data to teklif@arti90.com or uploading your data to an online offer button. If you don’t know the required material or technology to use, it is not a problem! You can call us from +90 505 182 12 18, and our consultant will help you.

Professional 3D Printing

Professional 3D printing (Advanced additive manufacturing) is an industrial class. Concept models, jigs, fixtures, functional prototypes and end-user parts can be manufactured. Professional printer are more expensive, stronger and more efficient than the desktop printers.



Professional 3D printers are used by the design companies and hardware manufacturers to produce molds and prototypes. As a result, these printers have a high-quality standard, and they can print big object efficiently. So, they have a high price.


Dimensions of the professional printers show variety. Most printers have the same size with office type big photocopy machines. Typically, when the resolution, accuracy, and speed of the printer are increased, dimensions are relatively increased.


Technologies can be listed as FDM, SLS, DMLS and SLA. Different brands have different 3D printer technologies.

Production Chamber

Production chamber in 3D printers is important because of the determining the biggest dimensions that can be manufactured as one piece. Production chamber changes depend on model and manufacturer. For example, Stratasys Dimension Elite has 8x8x12 inch, and Stratasys Objet1000 has 39.3×31.4×1119.6 inch production chamber.


One of the most important advantages of the professional 3D printers is the variety of materials in comparison with desktop printers. Most manufacturers have specialized material variety for their technologies. Wide variety in the material selection such as thermoplastics (ABS, PC, ULTEM), photopolymers (VeroClear, Tango), plastic powders (PA2200, PA3200) and metal powder (ALSI7MG0,6, INC718, Stainless Steel 316L) means that customer can choose the most suitable materials according to their needs.


Strength and flexibility rather than the ease of use are the most important requirements for professional 3D printing. Most manufacturers have their own software options such as GeoMagic, Stratasys Objet Studio, and Insight.


Aesthetic is for the professional 3D printer as the desktop printers. The most professional printers are similar to the photocopy machines, and 2D printers and they have a perfect industrial design for the office.


Resolution is the minimum thickness of the layer structure. It is an important requirement for professional applications. Professional printers can make printing at 16-micron resolution such as Stratasys Objet100 3D printer.


Professional 3D printer applications cover these:

Concept Modelling: Concept modeling is used to reify your ideas and concepts earlier. It is used for testing, proving and sensitive adjustments by design, engineering and architecting bureaus.

Rapid Prototyping: One of the most important advantages of professional printers is the ability to make moving parts with different materials. Full functional prototypes can be made for the different tests. Rapid prototyping increases the efficiency and helps to find imperfections in design process earlier.

Molding: Professional printers manufacture jigs, fixtures, and molds in hours even in minutes and decrease the lead time significantly. 

Rapid Manufacturing: End-user parts can be manufactured with 3D printers without using molds. 3D printing decreases the cost and lead time. It can be a suitable alternative to assembly line production in the next few years.

Professional 3D printers are commonly used in aviation, medical, automotive, architecture and consumer goods industries.