If you can
think it
we can
print it.

If you can
think it
we can
print it.


8 Reasons why

People prefer to work
with 3D-Matt.

Innovation instead of sales

We don’t just carry out your orders – we always think one step ahead. Is there an even better solution? An even simpler solution? We fully understand your order and find not just the optimum solution, but the best solution for you!

500,000 units? No problem!

From individual parts to large quantities, there are no limits. Thanks to our large number of machines, we can also handle large projects without any problems!

From small parts to hoods

We don’t just replace small, lost or defective parts. Even if you think in larger dimensions – we know no limits!

You order,
we get going

Depending on the order quantity, we will have your order ready the very next day!

High-end machinery

In order to offer you the best quality for your products, we only work with high-end equipment from top manufacturers. Thanks to our large number of machines, we also guarantee short production times!

Variety of materials

No matter what material you need – we print it. And if no material really fits? Then we’ll simply develop our own that meets your requirements!

Surface finishing

After printing and completion of the product, we can finish the surface with paint or varnish on request.

Final assembly

But surface finishing doesn’t have to be the end of the story – we can even take care of the final assembly of your new product on request. Just ask us!

got something in mind

What can we do
for you?

3D-Matt Konstruktion


3D model creation using CAD program according to your specifications.

3D-Matt Konstruktion

3D scanning

up to a size of 3 x 3 x 3 m!

3D-Matt Prototyping

RTP – Real Time Prototyping

Ordered today, delivered to you tomorrow (please ask for availability)!


Printing process

Printing process

Stratasys F770


FDM (Fused Deposition Modeling) and FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication) are two common 3D printing processes. In these processes, a continuous plastic thread is heated and applied layer by layer to a prescribed three-dimensional template.

The layers cure quickly as soon as they are applied to the platform, ensuring a solid bond between the layers. This enables the production of complex models and prototypes with high precision. The variety of available materials extends the range of possible applications.

Photocentric Magna


SLA (stereolithography) and DLP (digital light processing) are particularly suitable for producing high-precision models and detailed prototypes.

SLA technology uses liquid resin that is applied to a platform in layers. A special UV light source hardens the resin layer by layer.

In the DLP process, the resin is cured using a digital projector that shines the UV light on the resin in a pattern and cures it.

SLA and DLP offer the possibility of producing objects with smooth surfaces and fine details, which is why they are often used in areas such as medicine.

Photocentric Magna


SLS (selective laser sintering) and SLM (selective laser melting) are two advanced 3D printing processes.

With SLS and SLM, fine powder material is applied layer by layer. Instead of heat, a laser is used to fuse or weld the powder layer in the desired places. This creates the desired 3D object.

These processes are particularly useful when working with metals to produce complex and resilient parts. They are often used in aerospace engineering, medicine and other high-tech areas where precision and strength are of great importance.

Druckverfahren Polyjet


The PolyJet printing process is a modern 3D printing technology that differs from conventional processes. Instead of molten plastic or powder, it uses liquid photopolymer resin.

In a PolyJet printer, this liquid resin is applied in layers to a building platform. It is then cured with UV light. This process is repeated several times, layer by layer, until the desired 3D object has been created.

PolyJet printers are particularly suitable for producing models with very fine details and smooth surfaces. You can even combine different materials and colors in one printing process, making them ideal for prototypes and design applications.