3D Printing Service
The LaGuardia Studio 3D Print Service offers a range of advanced 3D printing technologies and material options, giving clients the ability to design and produce work through Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes.
The LaGuardia Studio offers years of extensive 3D printing and pipeline development expertise to university students, faculty, research scientists, engineers, medical and health care professionals, designers, artists, entrepreneurs and professionals alike who are interested in visualization, prototyping, tooling, or fabricating customized and creative end-use production.
Please let us know about your upcoming project needs and we will be happy to determine the best 3D print technology and material options to suit your production goals and budget.
Read the Payment Terms
Job order payment is required in full before production starts. Production work will not be released to clients until payment is settled in full. LaGuardia Studio accepts credit and debit cards, in addition to New York University chartfield account numbers and departmental grant checks where applicable. LaGuardia Studio reserves the right to hold or terminate any service job order due to problems with payment.
Read the Turnaround Policy
Turnaround policies for the LaGuardia Studio 3D Print and 3D Scanning Service are 10 business days and under. All LaGuardia Studio job orders are expedited in the order of submission. Job orders that include a large volume of parts, complicated prototype design, intensive evaluation testing, and requests submitted during NYU’s end of semester finals periods may require more time. Please consult with the LaGuardia Studio staff prior to job submission for turnaround estimates, particularly in planning for production of time-sensitive projects.
3D Print Service Client Responsibilities
Clients are responsible for the development and preparation of their project’s 3D content. Clients are additionally responsible for project readiness, which includes the organization of project details, direction and objectives. Clients must articulate special requirements for job orders that include unique project conditions, end-use information, critical time frames and formatting considerations.
Change orders occurring after job order submission but prior to printing, may increase job order cost, delay print production turn-around or result in the cancellation of the job order. Change orders occurring after completion of printing require payment in full for the original order and a submission of a new job order with a new corresponding charge fee.