You have a design that’s ready to print, and you’re planning to use a professional service. The next step is finding the 3D printing service that can offer you the highest quality for the lowest price – an important challenge! You’ve most likely heard of Shapeways and Xometry, but unless you need a large production run or extremely high-quality models, you might be hoping for a more affordable option.
In order to aid you in your custom 3D printing endeavors, we’ve gathered a list of some of the best 3D printing companies that won’t charge you an arm and a leg. There are a few others worth mentioning, such as some Etsy shops, but their limited reviews and slower quote processes kept them from joining the list.
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