Our FDM printer
± 0,5 %
(with a lower limit of ± 0.4 mm)
Fused Deposition Modelling is an additive manufacturing process, in which an object is built by selectively depositing melted material layer by layer in a pre-determined path.
FDM is one of the most cost-efficient ways of producing a 3D model
A wide range of thermoplastics are available so the design could be used for commercial or personal needs
The parts are very likely to show layer lines. However, with the correct filing and surface treatment they can become less visable
Something to keep in mind...
Our team are dedicated to each order and only sell our best
are all held to a high quality standard, so that you are fully satisfied
Quality assurance reports
Our team put each product through a quality inspection to assure that all the products are being held to the George & Clair's quality standard.
Not happy with your order?
You will qualify for a return if you have contacted us and:
Your Product has clearly not been inspected to a high enough standard
What you have received is not the scale or dimensions in which you have previously stated
Contact us within 5 business days and tell us why you are not satisfied.
You will not be able to get a refund as each product is bespoke, however we can offer to remake the product if it did not arrive with correct inspections and or correct dimensions as previously stated.
To avoid your product turning out differently to how you expect you should:
double check all dimensions, colour choices, scale and material of your design before sending off
George and Clairs withholds the right to deny any request for a product return and or alterations.
Whatever the issue, our support team will be able to resolve it within 48 hours
If you have any questions about our quality assurance or questions about our professional 3D printing services please do not hesitate to get in touch.
Our dedicated team will help you through any questions you may have, and also direct you to the best course for your specific needs.