UWIN_3D Print Club offers 3D printing services to club members as well as students from University of Windsor and St. Clair College.


    We run on a cost recovery model, meaning fees charged for 3D printing services are solely to cover the cost of 3D printing materials.


    We want you to create knowing you are getting the best price in the Windsor-Essex area.




    3D Printers, 3D Scanners and Software

    Stratasys Uprint SE 3D Printer

    Stratasys Uprint SE 3D Printer is ideal for highly complex 3D prototypes. It prints ABSplus plastic material using a soluble support material that is later dissolved in a solution bath once the print is complete. The advantage to having a dissolvable support material is that internal mechanisms such as gears can be printed all at once alleviating the need for post assembly, or having to pick away at support material that may be left behind using traditional support methods.


    Printing Price: $7.00 per cubic inch for both support materials (SR-30 Soluble) and print materials (ABS)


    Build Volume: 6 x 6 x 8 in (152 X 152 X 203 mm)

    Layer Resolution/thickness: 254 microns (.254mm)

    Ultimaker 3 Extended

    Ultimaker 3 Extended is ideal for large complex prints due to its use of dissolvable support material. The Ultimaker also has more colours to choose from, and is able to print at a higher resolution. This is an excellent choice for both prototypes and final use parts.


    Printing Price: $0.88 per metre for both PLA and PVA


    Build Volume: 215 x 215 x 300 mm (8.5 x 8.5 x 11.8 inches)

    Layer Resolution/thickness: From 200 up to 20 microns (0.4mm)

    Prusa i3 MK2

    The Prusa i3 is an open-source fused deposition modeling 3D printer. Part of the RepRap project, it is the most used 3D printer in the world. The Prusa i3 was designed by Josef Průša in 2012 with the Prusa i3 MK2 being released in 2016 and the MK2S being released in 2017. Also an excellent choice for prototypes and final prints. (coming soon - Multi Material printing!)


    Printing Price: $0.88 per metre for PLA


    Build Volume: 250 x 210 x 200 mm (9.84 x 8,3 x 8 inches)

    Layer Resolution/thickness: From 200 up to 20 microns (0.4mm)

    (Limited Access) Next Engine 3D Scanner

    Captures fine detail to 100 micron precision. Primarily used for scanning small objects. The 3D files can then be manipulated and ultimately be prepared for 3D printing. Perfect for reverse engineering a product!


    Kinect V1 Depth Sensor

    The Kinect V1 is useful for scanning large objects (including full body scans, 3D selfie). It is fast and real time, however it does not capture the same kind of detail as the Next Engine 3D scanner.