3D Printing. Flexible.

3d printing in rubber


3D Printing in Flexible Materials.


We give you a choice of Flexible 3D Printing materials for your designs.

Our simulated 'Rubber' 3D printing materials are intended for projects needing materials with rubber like or specific tactile properties. Choose between rubber like materials produced under our 'Fine Detail' or 'Strong & Durable' services, plus 3d printing in real Silicone and simulated Polypropylene .

Rubber Like. Fine Detail.

3D Printing your designs using our Fine Detail service gives you a simulated Rubber in a range of Shore A values.

Using this process you can produce designs which combine both rigid and flexible elements and is ideal for prototyping and fit and form testing.



Rubber Like. Strong and Durable.

Our Rubber Like Strong & Durable service is based on the SLS 3D Printing process and is ideal for larger, functional parts for testing and some end use applications.



Real Silicone

We are working closely with a UK design team who are developing an innovative 3d printing process to produce parts in real silicone, which represents potentially game changing 3d printing technology.



Simulated Polypropylene.

We offer 2 different simulated Polypropylene materials under our Fine Detail service. The Durus and Rigur materials give you softer, rigid material option intended to mimic the properties of Polypropylene. Ideal for prototyping.


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Example objects printed with our 3d printing services:

3d printing service - example of work.
Metal 3d printing service - example of work.


What our customers say about our 3d printing service

"Great service, great communication and great print for our product!"

Nick, Design Engineer.

What our customers say about our 3d printing service

"I have used 3D Alchemy on a number of occasions now to produce 'masters' for components for 1/24 scale models of vehicles. The service has always been fast, very efficient and friendly. I will continue to use them for all my future projects."

Steve, Scale Model Developer.



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