3D Printing Services

3Della specialises in Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and Stereolithography (SLA) 3D printing in a variety of materials and colours.

How it works


Upload 3D file and get a quote

First, upload your 3D file and select your preferred printer, material and print resolution. Our friendly team will then provide you with a quote within 24 hours.


We do not provide instant quotes. There are some limits to what 3D printers can do. That's why we let a real person have a look at your file first to see if it is suitable for 3D printing. We might come back to you and suggest changes to your printer settings if we believe this will get the job done.

Once you made your payment, we will get things going. Note that by requesting and accepting a quote, you agree to our Terms & Conditions and Privacy Policy



We will get to work as soon as we have received your payment. Our turnaround is usually 5-10 business days. If for any reason we can not meet this timeframe, we will get in touch and discuss options.


We can fast-track production if it is super urgent. If you have not told us already, contact our team and let us know that you really need these 3D parts by yesterday. We will do our best to make it happen.


Completion and shipping

After production is complete, printing supports, obvious blemishes and support marks have to be removed carefully. This is a manual process that requires time and appropriate tools to minimise the risk of damaging the surface. We offer support removal as a service. However, you may choose to opt-out from this service and remove the supports yourself.

SLA printed parts are washed in Isopropyl Alcohol and light and heat-treated to bring them to their maximum mechanical properties.

Once all support marks have been removed and quality control is complete, our team will get your parts shipped immediately. We ship domestically and overseas with Australia Post. 

Note that for international shipping, additional charges, duties and taxes may apply.

Fused Deposition Modeling

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM), also known as Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF), is a 3D printing technique where a continuous plastic filament is melted and deposited layer by layer onto a print bed, eventually forming the 3D printed part. Fused Deposition Modeling can produce quite intricate structures but is generally more suitable for printing less detailed 3D objects.


Stereolithography (SLA) is an additive manufacturing process that uses an ultraviolet laser to solidify photosensitive liquid resin to create highly detailed 3D objects and patterns. Stereolithography achieves finer features and more delicate finishes than Fused Deposition Modeling and is ideal for producing high-accuracy, isotropic, and watertight prototypes.