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    Default Best 3D printing company in your opinion?

    I was wondering what some of you consider the best 3D printing companies out there. I really liked Protodemon but they seem to have gone out of business. But seeing the level of detail they could print I considered them the best or one of the best.

    Your thoughts?

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    shapeways.com. and david krentz might agree, and he's more reputable than me, so look him up
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    I have used ownage before they were excellent kept me updated throughout the process with pics and in constant communication they get my thumbs up.

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    For price and service, Ownage is the best I've found for doing figure models.
    I use Shapeways for working engineering models and camera parts.


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    rapido3d is worth a look,,

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    I had some work done by Moddler last fall, I was pleased and the service was great with a quick turn around time. I had the larger horse scanned and Moddler printed the small version. I molded and cast it in Smooth Cast 300 white urethane to smooth out the lines and used that to make my production molds from:




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    yea moddler looks good. Good details at a small size.

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    I have to agree with Moddler.

    Where I work we build props for movies and tv. We do a lot of 3d printing and have tried many vendors, but for the last year we have used Moddler when the piece needed to be done right.

    John is a great guy and has helped us on such projects as MIB 3 , Avengers, and Star Trek 2, and we have always been happy with the outcome.

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    although i would be biased my company produce some very nice prints.

    http://www.pdmodels.co.uk/

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    3d2print.net is the best 3dD printing filaments supplier for me. Their filaments have good quality and very compatible with my printer. Plus, delivery cost is pretty affordable, too.

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