3D Printing


The iLab supports a range of additive manufacturing technologies to help take prototyping from weeks to days, including printing a range of materials to suit your engineering needs.


3D printer

Prusa i3 mK3

This is the latest in the original Prusa line. The MK3 is a traditional filament-style printer accepting a wide range of plastic filaments. The printer has a SuperPINDA probe for improved first-layer calibration, added high-quality Misumi bearings, and various useful design tweaks to make the printer easier to assemble and maintain. The MK3 includes all the proven features of the previous models, including the heatbed with removable PEI spring steel print sheets, automatic Mesh Bed Leveling, filament sensor, power loss recovery (power panic), and safety features.

Build volume: Width: 250mm, Depth: 210mm, Height: 210mm, Resolution: 100um



3D printer

Prusa SL1

This is the original Prusa SL1 3D Printer. It employs MSLA technology in a small package to produce high resolution prints.

Build volume: Width: 120mm, Depth: 68mm, Height:150mm, Resolution: 25um



A 3D printer looks like a clear cabinet with a metal tray and pipes extended above the tray.

Markforge Onyx Pro

The Onyx Pro is an advanced professional 3D printer – built around the Continuous Fiber Reinforcement (CFR) process to reliably produce strong parts for you. It is built around an aluminum unibody frame that delivers high accuracy and repeatability. A hardened extrusion system enables the Onyx Pro to print Onyx — a micro carbon fiber-filled nylon filament that destroys traditional extrusion systems — reliably over thousands of print hours. In addition, the machine is built to be easy to operate and maintain — from easy-to-reach wear components (like nozzles and feed tubes) to usability-focused features like the print bed, which can be removed and replaced with 10 μm repeatability.

In addition to more common FFF features, the Onyx has a second-generation fiber reinforcement system that enables you to lay down continuous fiberglass into parts. Markforged composite printers can print continuous fiber-reinforced parts, which can replace machined aluminum parts in the application.

Build volume: Width: 320mm, Depth: 132mm, Height: 154mm, Resolution: 100um



3D printer

PeoPloy phenom

Phenom is the latest 3D printer by Peopoly. Unlike the brand’s previous printers in the Moai series (which use laser), Phenom uses the MSLA (LCD+LED) approach.  MSLA is much faster than other resin technology when printing a large object or a full plate of small objects because the entire layer is cured of resin. In addition, Peopoly’s customized light engine has even more light distribution than other printers using MSLA technology and a cooling system to improve print results while extending the life of the mask.

Volume: Width: 276mm, Depth: 155mm, Height: 400mm, Resolution 72um