PrintedSolid is a 3D Printing company based out of Newark, Delaware and is focused on two categories: 3D Printing and prototyping services and online sales of materials and supplies for other 3D printer users.
3D Printing Business
We provide filament deposition printing based prototyping or small volume manufacturing for individuals or businesses. We print in plastic (nylon, PLA, ABS, PET, wood composite, and more), but can also use other manufacturing processes such as investment casting and mold making to use those printed parts to create things in metal or other materials. If you need a part designed, we can also help with that. The stranger the job, the more we like it. We have 17 years of experience in manufacturing, engineering, and 3D printing that we can apply to help make your product a success.
Our online sales of materials and supplies for fellow 3D printer users is focused on bringing the best 3D printing filament options in the world to the US. While we are focused on the US market, we are able to ship internationally on special request if you are not able to find a more local supplier you want to do business with. We are the sole US reseller for Netherlands based colorFabb who manufacture PLA/PHA, XT, and woodfill composite filaments suitable for use in any non-cartridge based filament 3D printer. As a convenience to our customers, we also carry filament from innovative materials manufacturers Taulman 3D (Nylons and T-Glase), Madesolid (PET+), and Protoplant (Carbon Fiber and High temperature PLA). We believe that progress in materials is a big part of what will take consumer oriented 3D printing to the next level.
We're also constantly on the lookout for things that will improve your 3D printing experience. That is why we carry E3D hot ends, reprap discount LCDs and hotends, and genuine ultimaker spare parts in our shop.
Our materials are compatible with nearly all 3D printers available on the market such as the Ultimaker, Makerbot, FlashForge, Printrbot, Robo3D, deltamaker, reprap variants (but if you're skilled enough to build a bot from scratch, you already know that), makergear, solidoodle, bukobot, Gmax, and many many others.
In addition to all of that, we are constantly experimenting to try to find new ways to use the printer. To give back to the community, we publish all of this on our blog.
Questions, comments, concerns? Just want to chat about 3D printing? Send us a message. We try to get back to all requests within 24 hrs if not sooner.