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Maximum Print Sizes for 3D Printed Parts

In this article, you'll learn about the build envelopes for each additive manufacturing process we offer.

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By Team Xometry
June 8, 2023
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We often receive questions from customers regarding the maximum size of a part that can be printed with Xometry's 3D printing service. 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.

3D Printing ProcessMaximum Build VolumeNotes
3D Printing Process
Maximum Build Volume

13″ x 13″ x 22″

Notes

Glass-filled nylon can extend up to 26" x 15" x 23"

3D Printing Process
Maximum Build Volume

15" x 11" x 15"

Notes

14" x 11" x 13" is the recommended usable area

3D Printing Process
Maximum Build Volume

36" x 24" x 36″

Notes

Prototyping PLA build volume is 9.8" x 8.3" x 8.3"

3D Printing Process
Maximum Build Volume

19.3" x 15.4" x 7.9"

Notes

Pricing and lead-time increase exponentially with Z-height

3D Printing Process
Maximum Build Volume

29” x 25” x 21” for standard resolution

Notes

High resolution prints are limited to 10” x 10” x 10”

3D Printing Process
Maximum Build Volume

10.8" x 6.1" x 15.7"

Notes

Some materials (e.g., xFLEX402) may be limited to 7.7" x 4.5" x 8.3"

3D Printing Process
Maximum Build Volume

7.4” x 4.6” x 12.8”

Notes

Parts with dimensions exceeding 4” x 4” x 6” will require manual review

3D Printing Process
Maximum Build Volume

10" x 10" x 10"

Notes

Build volume may vary slightly between materials

3D Printing Process
Maximum Build Volume

15" x 10" x 10"

Notes

Parts typically shrink 0.8-2.5% overall

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Team Xometry
This article was written by various Xometry contributors. Xometry is a leading resource on manufacturing with CNC machining, sheet metal fabrication, 3D printing, injection molding, urethane casting, and more.