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What is 3D Printing?

Considered the next manufacturing revolution, 3D Printing is the process of creating complex 3-dimensional objects from 2-dimensional models. See why thousands of industries are already adopting this revolutionary technology and why you should too

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3D representation of your design to gain a greater understanding for yourself, investors or clients

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Create custom-made, exclusive jewellery and be unique 

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Speed up the prototyping process by up to 87% by creating 3D models of your design



The ability to create custom fitting prosthetic limbs available to everybody

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Wearable fashion in designs you've never seen before

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Spare Parts

Easily fix anything around the home by printing your own spare parts

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Pizza, cakes, cookies, sugar, chocolate - all 3D printed and all edible

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Shoes can be made to fit with just a click of a button

Why Choose 3D Printing ?



Create innovative designs which would otherwise be impossible with traditional methods of manufacturing - jewellery, clothing, parts, architecture, engineering. The possibilities are endless

Save Time

Save Money

3D printing can significantly reduce costs in the design process by simply allowing you

to hold your design in your

very own own hands within

mere hours



With a large range of environmentally friendly biodegradable materials, 3D printing will revolutionise the manufacturing industry while looking after the environment


For the same price as an iPhone, you too can have your very own 3D Printer and create anything you can imagine. 

There are many great benefits to 3D Printing.

Whether it be for personal use or for business, the advantages to this revolutionary technology are endless.

Now is the best time to join the 3D Printing revolution.

Just some of our clients....

Enphase Energy

Enphase Energy

Renewable Energy

Jake Stollery

Jake Stollery

Abstract Art Models



Beverage Manufacturer

Beattie Wine

Beattie Wine

Portable Wines Start-Up



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Beattie Wine

Beattie Wine

Portable Wines Start-Up

Jake Stollery

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Abstract Art Models

Enphase Energy

Enphase Energy

Renewable Energy



Beverage Manufacturer

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The 3D Printing

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Free eBook

Chapter 1

Introduction To

3D Printing

The idea of creating an object from thin air was fictional only to sc-fi movies and ideologists three decades ago. Now it’s real. 3D printing allows you to have your idea realized in a three-dimensional object through the process of additive manufacturing at an affordable price and in a short time frame. 3D objects are created by laying down thin layers of material in succession, one at a time until the object is completely built.


The manufacturing industry is terming this technology as the “next industrial revolution” due to the many industries it can bring benefits into. One example being customized manufacturing on-demand by minimizing the need for ordinary industry processes, such as producing an object through an assembly line consisting of various small components.


At Kad3D, we believe 3D printing is the future of manufacturing in Australia and every school, business or creative individual should have an understanding of this concept and how it works. Our values are quality, speed and customer satisfaction by providing 3D printing Melbourne services targeting all of Australia. Whether you need something 3D designed, 3D printed or looking to get into 3D printing, get in contact with us today and let us show you how we can help and the HUGE benefits this new industry brings to Australia.  

How Is 3D Printing Different From Other Forms of Manufacturing?









Typical forms of manufacturing are termed “subtractive” and require a solid piece of material to be cut away (mill, lathe, drill, cut) whilst 3D printing is termed “additive” in that material is added, layer by layer, until a part is created.  3D printing is the procedure by which a CAD (computer-aided design) model is used to create a three-dimensional model by laying down thin layers of material until an object is formed. Each layer represents a thin, flat cross-section of the specific CAD model adding up to make a 3D object.


Chapter 2

10 Reasons Why You Should Consider 3D Printing Your Design

3D printing enables users to transform a thought/concept into reality in hours rather than weeks. Many industries have embraced 3D printing while innovative practices are emerging each day. Additive printing technology can provide numerous benefits both for individuals and businesses alike. Here are some of the most significant benefits that 3D printing provides: ​

1. Faster Production

3D printing is a lot faster than traditional manufacturing which includes injection moulds and subtractive production. That’s like comparing the speed of a sports car versus that of a horse. From a prototype to a final product, 3D printing tests ideas and designs quickly. Fast 3D printing allows for faster re-iterative testing and to provide the best fit for customers and consistent product evolution.  

2. Improved Quality

Traditional manufacturing methods can easily result in poor designs, and therefore poor quality prototypes due to human negligence or error. 3D printing allows the step-by-step assembly of the object via CAD, which guarantees enhanced designs and eventually better quality objects.

3. Cost-effectiveness

Labor costs play a huge role in determining the amount of money to be spent on developing a prototype. Labor costs are also very high with conventional subtractive manufacturing. You need experienced machine operators and technicians to handle the production. Also, you have to pay these laborers and use expensive machinery. With 3D printing, however, labor can be as little as one person issuing a print command.

4. Tangible Design and Product Testing

3D printing allows you to test and retest due to fast printing ability to reach a perfect design. With 3D printing, it is possible to experience the touch and feel of the product prototype to physically test it and find flaws in the design. If a problem is found, you can modify the CAD file and print out a new version by the next day.

5. Creative Designs and Customization Freedom

Traditional manufacturing is good at creating millions of copies of the same thing Making each design unique with these techniques is extraordinarily hard.3D printing allows for endless personalization, which makes it much simpler to accommodate personal touches that are requested from customers. Users’ imagination is the only limitation.

6. Risk Reduction

When it comes to product manufacturing, a good designer knows that proper design verification is crucial before investing in an expensive molding tool. 3D printing technology enables product designers to verify product prototypes before starting on substantial manufacturing investments that can sometimes be disastrous.

7. Use of Miscellaneous Raw Materials