Repair Your 3D Models In 4 Easy Steps

Upload

We accept 15+ 3D file formats and accepts files up to 200MB. We created direct plugins for Sketchup, Blender, and Thingiverse that zap your files directly to your MakePrintable account. If your looking to connect through API, please check our Developer section.

Analyse

Your model will go through the Analyses process, and a viewer will showcase the 3D printability issues of your model, along with stats on common printing issues like boundary edges, non-manifolds, flipped faces, solidity, and wall thickness problems.

Repair

Our repair process rebuilds the mesh of your model optimising it for 3D printing, and removing all issues. The repair takes place on cloud servers at fastest speeds, with most accurate detail. A before and after will show you the results of improved model.

Finalize

Pick from various 3D formats to download your file. Obj, STL, 3MF, Gcode, and SVG. You can slice your repaired model using Slic3r, or Print directly through one of our printing partners. Your model will be stored in the my model section for future needs.

Trusted by these brands

We've been working with the MakePrintable team to create the best experience for our 3D designers. When it comes to repairing 3D models for our customers, they crushed it.

Dennis de Vulder CTO @ Threeate

I’ve been testing MakePrintable to repair errant STL 3D models and found that its capabilities are quite unique among the many model repair options available to 3D print operators. This product uses different approaches and can make repairs to 3D models not easily done with other tools. I’m adding MakePrintable to my toolkit of 3D printing utility software.

Kerry Stevenson

Founder/Editor @ Fabbaloo

MakePrintable is by far the easiest print-prepping mechanism I've had the pleasure of using. I've thrown some really complex intersecting geometry at it, and gotten back something I can slice and print without having to spend hours running boolean operations.

Robert Brownstein

 

We've tried dozens of 3D print cleanup solutions and pipelines but the results have always been unsatisfactory. We have been very impressed with what we've seen and tested with MakePrintable and we look forward to following their progress as they enter public beta we have high hopes for this tool.

Berkley Frei

VP @ DAZ 3D

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