Fast production of prototypes and series

3D printing

Your partner for rapid prototyping and series production in 3D printing. Modern manufacturing in SLS, SLA, FDM and Polyjet process. Attractive prices, wide range of materials and fast delivery. Upload CAD file and receive quote within 48 hours.


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Wide range of materials

All plastics and metals available in over 600 materials

Additive manufacturing in 3D printing

3D printing for rapid prototyping and small batches

Are you looking for a partner for the production of prototypes and small series using the 3D printing process? Our service offers precision and replicability for your desired components. The focus of additive manufacturing at CNC24 is on functional prototypes and small series with fast availability. We support you in rapid prototyping, rapid tooling and in the production of small series.

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Technical data

Material thickness:0.1 mm – 10 mm
Available lengths:10 mm – 2.000 mm
Tolerances:+/- 0.1 mm to +/- 0.3 mm
Surface finish3.2 Ra µm
Ideal batch sizes:1 – 50.000 pieces

Our materials

Available materials

Stainless steelABS
BronzeSynthetic resins
TitaniumTPU, TPU Ultrasint
PA11, PA12, PA12 GF/GB

Supported formats

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Our procedures

3D printing method

  • Polyjet (MJM)
  • Selective laser sintering (SLS)
  • Selective laser melting (SLM)
  • Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
  • Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)
  • Stereolithography SLA

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Briefly explained

How 3D Printing Works

The term 3D printing is a comprehensive term for additive manufacturing techniques in which material is applied layer by layer to create a three-dimensional workpiece.

3D printing is used especially for rapid prototyping, rapid tooling and for the production of smaller series. The most important manufacturing methods in 3D printing at a glance.

For functional prototypes and tools

Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)

In this 3D printing process, a plastic wire, also known as filament, is melted in the hot end of the FDM printer and applied to the print bed in layers. Only materials that can be liquefied or deformed under heat can be used. The soft printing materials are applied layer by layer and harden again after cooling. Suitable materials for this purpose include thermoplastics such as ABS, PLA, PVA, HIPS, PET, nylon and numerous other filaments based on metals, stone and more.

Combination of materials and colors

Polyjet process (Multijet Modeling MJM)

In the Polyjet process, a print head applies very fine droplets of a photopolymer to a platform, where they are immediately cured using UV light.

Ultra-thin layers (up to 14 μm) can be processed using Polyjet. A very high level of detail with surfaces that are very close to injection molding are possible. During production, different materials can be used in the printing process and also mixed, which enables completely new material properties.
Polyjet printing is therefore a very versatile process that offers a wide range of applications in prototyping.

3D printer creating a detailed red object on a manufacturing platform
Bringing complex designs to life with cutting-edge 3D printing.

For components with complex geometries

Stereolithography (SLA)

A basin filled with liquid photopolymer resin (also called resin), serves as the basis of the SLA process. The photosensitive material is cured at the predefined locations using a UV laser. The platform is lowered as soon as a shift is finished and the process starts again.

Since the workpiece is in a bath of liquid during manufacturing, support structures become necessary. The supports enable the precise production of components with highly complex geometries. SLA printers are therefore even suitable for use in medical technology.

Powder based 3D printing

Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)

As a powder bed-based 3D printing process, selective laser sintering (SLS) is used in particular for the production of prototypes and finished components made of plastic and metal.

SLS 3D printers work similarly to SLA machines by creating parts with lasers. Instead of resin, however, the component layers in SLS printing are created by sintering powder layers that are applied layer by layer.

A wide range of materials can be processed in the SLS 3D printer with high accuracy, making them ideal for industries such as aerospace and automotive.

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Why CNC24

Your advantages

  • Flexible and free capacities at any time
  • Attractive prices for all components
  • Quality control according to ISO 9001:2015
  • One contract and contact person for all manufacturing processes
  • Digital processes with personal contact person
  • Global Supply Chain with German Quality Standards 🇩🇪

You have the choice

Our delivery times

  • Offer within 48 hours
  • Standard production in 15-20 working days
  • Express service in 6-12 working days

Surface treatment

We get the best out of your components

Refinement, appearance, protection against wear and corrosion prophylaxis of the turned components are as much part of our core business as the production of components.

  • Sandblasting
  • Paint
  • Anodizing
  • Powder coating
  • Electroless nickel
  • Galvanizing
  • Passivate
  • Chromate
Surface treatment

Experience you can build on

The CNC24 team combines over 30 years of experience in the production of precision components






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Quality control

We find the right paver, supervise production and take care of quality control in our in-house measuring center.


Components received

You receive your quality-tested components including detailed test certificate.

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IP protection is important to us. All partners are subject to strict non-disclosure agreements (NDA) to protect your intellectual property and keep your purchasing terms confidential.

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Framework agreements

Secure attractive purchasing conditions and high quality in series production. Talk to us about framework agreements for stable prices with long-term supply.

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One contractor

CNC24 is your sole contractual and contact partner throughout the entire project. We guarantee quality and on-time delivery for all orders.

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