Do you have questions or concerns about 3D printing and our business?
Read the Frequently Asked Questions to find out more.


We will try to find an optimum solution once we have known with the details of a project.

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The maximum dimension of a single print depends on the chosen technology and a 3D printer. This is related to the dimensions of the working chamber. It is worth mentioning that prints can be combined to obtain larger projects such as machine mock-ups or architectural models.

Examples of working chamber sizes for SLS technology are 320 x 320 x 590 mm and for a chamber for MJF technology are 380 x 284 x 380 mm.

Feel free to contact us via the contact form.

Minimum dimensions may vary depending on the technology selected. You will find more on this topic under the “Technologies” tab.

Send us a specific enquiry via the contact form and we will help you determine the feasibility of your project.

Yes, it is possible to print objects with movable parts.

Many 3D printing technologies can produce parts with movable parts. Our engineers will help refine the solution by selecting the best 3D printing technology for your project.

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In 3D printing, post-processing is the step of processing printed objects to improve the quality, appearance and functionality of the final product. Post-processing involves a variety of steps, depending on the printing technology, the materials used for the print and the expectations of the final product. The basic post-processing is the cleaning of the details after printing (removal of support structures or uncooked powder), colouring, smoothing, varnishing. We can also combine prints to create larger structures. We then develop special solutions tailored to your project.

Files for 3D printing are usually prepared in a storage format that contains information about the geometry of the object and its properties. The most common file formats used in 3D printing are .step, .igs, .stl.

When preparing a file for 3D printing, it is important to ensure that the file format you choose is supported by the 3D printer that will be printing the model. Most 3D printers accept STL files, but it is always a good idea to send the file to us via our contact form to check that the file is saved correctly.


In the contact section you will find directions on how to reach us in person.

Fibometry’s head office is located in Modlniczka near Krakow, where you can pick up your prints in person. We offer the fastest 3D printing in Krakow.

We look forward to working with you.

Fibometery is a brand of New Era Materials sp. z o.o. dedicated to the professional printing of three-dimensional objects using advanced 3D printing materials and technologies.

Our company offers comprehensive 3D printing services including design consultation, selection of the appropriate technology and material, as well as production of final prints with attention to quality and dimensional accuracy. We provide solutions to individual customer needs, regardless of the scale of the project or complexity of the geometry. Our team of experienced engineers provides support and advice at every stage of the 3D printing process.

Contact us to find out more about our services and to start working together.

Yes, our company has its own machinery.

At Fibometry site, we have advanced 3D printers that enable us to efficiently and accurately carry out a variety of orders in different 3D printing technologies. Our state-of-the-art machines are regularly checked and kept in perfect working condition, which is a guarantee of the high quality of our prints. This enables us to meet even the most demanding projects and ensure our customers are fully satisfied with our services.

Feel free to contact the Fibometery team to discuss the details of your order.

At Fibometry ee carry out 3D printing using a variety of technologies and materials. The most popular technologies are:

FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling)

It is one of the most widely used 3D printing technologies. In FDM, plastic filaments are gradually heated and applied layer by layer to apply for a three-dimensional object.

SLA (Stereolithography)

In SLA 3D printing technology, UV light is used to cure the liquid resin, layer by layer, creating a three-dimensional object.

SLS (Selective Laser Sintering)

In SLS technology, the laser beam fuses the powder particles together, building up the model layer by layer. The most commonly used material is PA12, but also PA11, TPU, PAGF, PAFR.

SLM (Selective Laser Melting)

Selective Laser Melting technology allows the production of precise and homogeneous components from metal powders.

DLP (Digital Light Processing)

DLP technology is nothing more than the selective layer-by-layer curing of photopolymer resins with UV light. DLP vs SLA In SLA, 3D printing is based on exposing successive print dots using a laser beam, whereas in DLP, the entire layer is immediately exposed to UV light.

MJF (Multi Jet Fusion)

3D printing technology was patented by HP. It involves bonding plastic powders together using a moving, high-precision thermal head and print heads that apply two types of agents to aid the printing process.

Each of these methods has its advantages and disadvantages. The application depends on the needs of a particular project.

3D printing uses a variety of materials that offer almost unlimited possibilities. Their diversity makes it possible to meet numerous – sometimes very specific – expectations of manufacturers in various industries. 3D printing allows the control of shapes, colours, properties and structures, making it possible to print the planned effects at an affordable price and in a short time. The most common materials used in 3D printing include plastic, metal, powders, resins, carbon fibre, graphene, nitinol and paper.

Materials used in the various 3D printing technologies:


MJF – PA12, TPU, PA11



Please feel free to contact us at to select the right material for your project.

Yes, 3D printed products are durable, however, their durability can vary depending on the geometry of the model and the material used for printing, as well as the intensity of use.

Choosing the right material and printing parameters can significantly affect the durability of a final product. Many of modern materials used in 3D printing, such as ABS, PLA, nylon or resins, are very durable and long-lasting. Our company takes care of the quality and durability of our 3D prints by using high-quality materials and the right print parameter settings.

If you have any questions or need detailed information on the sustainability of 3D printed products, feel free to contact our team for professional advice and technical support.

Yes, the materials used for 3D printing are safe for health as long as they are used according to the manufacturer’s recommendations and processed properly.

Most 3D printing materials such as PLA, ABS or PETG are developed with user safety in mind. However, there are also specialised materials that are designed for medical applications or skin contact. For prints that will come into contact with food or the body, it is advisable to choose suitable materials that are certified safe for this type of application. As a 3D printing company, we take care to select high-quality materials that meet the highest safety standards.

We also encourage our customers to familiarise themselves with the materials and follow the recommendations for their use to ensure safety for both users and the environment.

Yes, our company provides support in choosing the 3D printing technology to realise your model.

Fibometry’s team of experienced professionals is ready to help you understand the different 3D printing technologies and advise you on the best 3D printing practice based on the specifications of your model and its intended use. We will help you choose the right technology and material that meets your expectations in terms of quality, durability and cost. The aim of our support is to ensure optimal 3D printing results.

Contact us so we can help you with your project.

Yes, Fibometry team offers extensive design support for 3D printing.

Our experienced team of designers and engineers are ready to help at every stage of the design process. Whether you have a print-ready model or need help building a design from scratch, you can count on our expertise and creativity. Our support includes consulting on geometry, optimising the 3D model for 3D printing and ensuring your design is ready for high quality printing.

Contact us to find out more about our 3D printing design services and start working with us today.

Yes, we offer the possibility of ordering the printing of a prototype of your design.

As a company specialising in 3D printing, we are ready to support our clients in the prototyping process. Printing prototypes is a great way to verify and test designs before full-scale production. Our team of experienced professionals will help bring your project to life, from consulting on materials and printing technology to finalising the prototype.

Contact us to discuss the details of printing a prototype of your project and to start working together.

Yes, we provide the possibility of ordering 3D prints for small quantities of products as well as large volume production.

Our company offers a flexible approach to orders, which means that, there is no minimum quantity of products you have to order. Whether you need one prototype or dozens of finished products, we are ready to meet your needs. With our advanced 3D printing technologies and professional approach, we can ensure high quality and accuracy even for small orders.

Contact us to order 3D printing and for more information on the order process for small quantities of products.

The waiting time for a quote depends on the scale and complexity of the project. We aim to respond to an enquiry within 1 working day, however, in the case of complex projects the waiting time for 3D printing may be slightly longer of which we will inform the customer.

We appreciate your interest in our services and assure you that we make every effort to respond to your enquiry as soon as possible.

Yes, our company offers free quotes to all potential clients.

Our aim is to provide you with full information on the cost of your project. With a free quote, we can better understand your needs and tailor our services to your expectations.

Feel free to request a free quote and contact us so that we can prepare a customised offer for you.

3D printing typically uses STL or STEP/STP file formats. STL and STEP/STP file formats contain information about an object’s geometry, such as shape and dimensions. These files can be generated by various 3D modelling software such as Autodesk Inventor, Autodesk Fusion 360, SolidWorks, SolidEdge, Catia or Siemens NX.

Regardless of the format, it is important that the file contains a solid model that is free of holes or other errors that may affect print quality. During the preparation of the quote, we analyse the submitted 3D model for its correctness and printability.

Contact us to verify correct file preparation for 3D printing.

Yes, as a professional 3D printing services company, we offer batch production on a B2B basis.

As a professional supplier, we have a large fleet of machinery and an experienced team, which allows us to produce on time with high quality. Our company is prepared to handle larger orders and ensures full control over production processes and timely delivery of finished parts. We believe in partnership and are ready to discuss long-term cooperation on an individual basis.

We encourage you to get in touch with us and assure you that our services will meet your expectations.

Fibometry provides professional 3D printing services, serving clients from a variety of industries, ensuring high quality and versatility in any 3D printing method.

Our services are available to the medical, engineering, architectural, automotive, aerospace, consumer industries as well as designers and creators. With advanced technologies and experience in 3D printing, we are able to meet the diverse requirements of our clients by delivering high quality prints according to their needs. No matter what industry our clients are in, our team is ready to take on challenges and complete projects in a variety of printing technologies with precision and commitment.

You are welcome to contact us for details of cooperation.

Yes, our company provides 3D printing services to the medical industry. We are experienced in serving clients in the medical industry.

With our advanced technologies and high-quality 3D printing materials, we produce prints for a variety of applications in the medical industry. We carry out a variety of projects for the medical industry including the production of anatomical models, surgical instruments, prostheses, implants and models for educational purposes. Our materials and processes are adapted to the highest safety and quality standards to meet medical requirements.

Fibometry’s team of specialists ensures that the printing process complies with the highest safety and quality standards.

Yes, working with Fibometry can be very beneficial in the prototype development process.

Not only do we offer professional 3D printing services, but also professional design and engineering consultancy that can help you refine your prototype. Fibometry’s specialists offer experience and expertise in material selection, optimising model geometry, or even in creating prototypes that can be tested and refined during the design process.

Feel free to contact the Fibometry team for any information on how to support the design process for 3D printing.