Maximum Print Sizes for 3D Printed Parts

We often receive questions from customers regarding the maximum size of a part that can be printed. It’s a great question and the answer depends entirely on the process you decided to use.

By Scott Kaplan · October 18, 2016

We often receive questions from customers regarding the maximum size of a part that can be printed. It’s a great question and the answer depends entirely on the process you decided to use. To help inform your decision please refer to the sections below for the maximum build volumes of each additive process we offer.

For additional resources, check out our expert design guides for access to tips and resources for designing your parts.


SLS Part

Selective Laser Sintering

13″ x 13″ x 22″

FDM Part

Fused Deposition Modeling

36" x 24" x 36″

PolyJet Part

PolyJet 3D Printing

19″ x 15″ x 7″

DMLS Aluminum Part

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (Aluminimum)

6″ x 6″ x 6″

DMLS Steel Part

Direct Metal Laser Sintering (Stainless Steel)

9″ x 6″ x 6″

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