Printing Games

With imagination as the only limit, each can print its own favorite game only in a few minutes!

Model trains and railway sets, usual or unusual puzzle pieces, table games, Lego bricks, Minions or Star Wars figures, all these are only a few ideas that you can use and print for you or as a gift for your friends.

Moreover, if you are a model collector, you can enhance your collection with the model of your choice!

You can even give your personal touch to each figure by selecting the color or by editing the design with our help.

And don’t forget!The materials we use are child friendly!

Printing 3D Designs

The uses of a 3D Printer are unlimited!

Apart from printing premade designs – found in a variety of websites – each individual user, has the ability to print his own design.

Either we talk about a logotype, a sculpture, or even your own looks, 3D Printers Greece can print your ideas instantly.

Architects, Graphic Designers, Interior Decorators, can see their designs in a variety of sizes and material. Furniture, 3D walls, decorative objects can be printed easily only with the press of few buttons.

All you have to do is design what you imagine, or find it online and send it to us.

And who knows?

Maybe in a few years we could be printing houses together!

3D Printing Prosthetics Greece

When it comes to providing help to those in need, fun and joy pause.

3D Printers now give us the opportunity to actually help people, or even animals, with kinetic disabilities and improve their life‘s quality.

How can that be?

By combining new means and techniques, we can personalize each case and come up with the best prosthetic 3D printed solution!

How could we not be a part of this?

We are willing to provide our means to this greater cause, so don’t hesitate to contact us!

And let the fun wait!


Softwares for 3D design

Tinkercad online 3D design and 3D printing app

Tinkercad is used by designers, hobbyists, teachers, and kids, to make toys, prototypes, home decor, Minecraft models, jewelry – the list is truly endless!

Blender Open Source 3D creation

Blender is the free and open source 3D creation suite. It supports the entirety of the 3D pipeline—modeling, rigging, animation, simulation, rendering, compositing and motion tracking, even video editing and game creation.

SketchUp:3D modelling for everyone

SketchUp users are architects, designers, builders, makers and engineers. They are the people who shape the physical world. They are important, and they deserve great tools because great tools produce great work.


A free 3D-modeling software for Windows, Mac OS, and Linux, Open SCADfocuses more on the CAD aspects of modeling an object rather than the artistic aspect. Unlike many others listed on this page, Open SCAD is not an interactive modeler but a 3D-compiler modeler that reads in the details of the objects to render their 3D models on the screen.

AutoDesk 123D

A suite of CAD and 3D-modeling tools, AutoDesk 123D even supports the 3D printing technology. AutoDesk 123D consists of various tools to create, design, and render 3D models. The websites also offers more than 10,000 free 3D models to get inspiration from, fun experiments, or for use in personal projects.


Supported for popular platforms such as Windows, Mac OS, and Linux, Netfabbis not just a viewer but can also allow its users to analyze, edit, and repair 3D models. It supports 3D printing, and is the smallest lightest tool amongst its competitors with regards to installation size. The size does not compromise on the features though.

Print Quality Troubleshooting Guide

Levelling Process – Adjust your bed right

Many printers include an adjustable bed with several screws or knobs that control the position of the bed.

If your printer has an adjustable bed and you’re having trouble getting your first layer to stick to the bed, the first thing you will want to verify is that your printer’s bed is flat and level.

If the bed is not level, one side of your bed may be too close to the nozzle, while the other side is too far away. Achieving a perfect first layer requires a level print bed.

Once your bed has been properly leveled, you still need to make sure that the nozzle is starting at the correct height relative to the build platform.

Your goal is to locate your extruder the perfect distance away from the build plate — not too far and not too close. For good adhesion to the build plate, you want your filament to be slightly squished against the build plate. While you can adjust these settings by modifying the hardware, it is typically much easier (and much more precise!).

As you extrude the first layer of plastic on top of the build platform, you want to make sure that plastic can properly bond to the surface before starting the next layer. If you print the first layer too fast, the plastic may not have time to bond to the build platform.

For this reason, it is typically very useful to print the first layer at a slower speed so that the plastic has time to bond to the bed.

Temperature and cold bed tends the plastic to shrink

Plastic tends to shrink as it cools from a warm temperature to a cool temperature.

To provide a useful example, imagine a 100 mm wide part that is being printed with ABS plastic.

If the extruder was printing this plastic at 230 degrees Celsius, but it was being deposited onto a cold build platform, it is likely that the plastic would quickly cool down after leaving the hot nozzle.

Some printers also include cooling fans that speed up this cooling process when they are being used.

If this ABS part cooled down to a room temperature of 30 C, the 100 mm wide part would shrink by almost 1.5 mm! Unfortunately, the build platform on your printer is not going to shrink this much, since it is typically kept at a fairly constant temperature.

Because of this fact, the plastic will tend to separate from the build platform as it cools.

This is an important fact to keep in mind as you print your first layer. If you notice that the layer seems to stick initially, but later separates from the print bed as it cools, it is possible that your temperature and cooling settings are to blame.

Many printers that are intended to print high-temperature materials like ABS include a heated bed to help combat these problems. If the bed it heated to maintain a temperature of 110 C for the entire print, it will keep the first layer warm so that it does not shrink. So if your printer has a heated bed, you may want to try heating the bed to prevent the first layer from cooling. As a general starting point, PLA tends to adhere well to a bed that is heated to 60-70 C, while ABS generally works better if the bed is heated to 100-120 C.

Cooling fan – Adjust your cooling fan

If your printer has a cooling fan, you may also want to try disabling that cooling fan for the first few layers of your printer so that the initial layers do not cool down too quickly.

For example, you may want the first layer to start with the fan disabled and then turn on the fan to full power once you reach the 5th layer. In that case, you will need to add two setpoints into that list: Layer 1 at 0% fan speed, and Layer 5 at 100% fan speed. If you are using ABS plastic, it is common to disable the cooling fan for the entire print, so entering a single setpoint would suffice (Layer 1 at 0% fan speed).

If you are working in a breezy environment, you may also want to try to insulate your printer to keep the wind away from your part.

Different plastics tend to adhere better to different materials. For this reason, many printers include a special build platform material that is optimized for their materials. For example, several printers use a BuildTak sheet on the top of their bed that tends to stick very well to PLA. Other manufacturers opt for a heat treated glass bed such as Borosilicate glass, which tends to work very well for ABS when heated. If you are going to print directly onto these surfaces, it is always a good idea to make sure that your build platform is free of dust, grease, or oils before starting the print. Cleaning your print bed with some water or isopropyl rubbing alcohol can make a big difference.

Surface materials to stick better

If your printer does not include a special build platform material to help with adhesion, you still have options! Thankfully, there are several types of tape that stick well to common 3D printing materials. Strips of tape can be applied to the build platform surface and easily removed or replaced if you want to print with a different material.

For example, PLA tends to stick well to blue painter’s tape while ABS tends to stick better to Kapton tape (otherwise known as Polyimide film). Many users have also had great success using a temporary glue or spray on the top of their build platforms. Hair spray, glue sticks, and other sticky substances tend to work very well if everything else has failed. Feel free to experiment to see what works best for you!

Sometimes you are printing a very small part that simply does not have enough surface area to stick to the build platform surface. Several options that can help increase this surface area to provide a larger surface to stick to the print bed are available in the printers software.

One of these options is called a “ brim”. The brim adds extra rings around the exterior of your part, similar to how a brim of a hat increases the circumference of the hat.

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STL Models for 3D Printing

Day by day, more people get comfortable and adopt the spirit of 3D Printing. From making everyday things to specialized tooling and medical implants, 3D Printers have the capacity to radically change our world.

There are a few limitations though, how do you design something beautiful or practical if you don’t know about 3D Design?

The answer is, that you don’t need to!

Thanks to the contribution of others that do know how to 3D Design, everybody can get started right away even if they do not have a printer.

Millions of STL files are a few clicks away from being printed by your own printer or deliver to your doorstep by a 3D Printing service of your choice.

Thanks to many popular STL file sharing websites you can get what you like without even registering and logging in (one password less to remember 🙂 )