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Exploring Unlimited Possibilities

in 3D Printing

3D printing is driving a new era of production and facilitating the product development, we are here to address your material and technological needs and tailor made advice to suit your needs.

3D Printing is an additive manufacturing process that creates a physical object from a digital design. However, there are various types of 3D printing technologies and materials in the community. Thus why Milton is here to provide a comprehensive platform with professional consultancy and 3D printing services to realize your designs come true.


Milton is selected by a number of global brands and being one of the trusted 3D printing partners, one of the greatest values of Milton is that it can be advised the most suitable technology with full spectrum of 3D materials as their preferred prototyping for specific use. At Milton, we know the materials, we know the applications, we know the technologies, and we connected the world’s famous 3D printers.



We specialise in project management from 3D printing to injection molding


We cover all aspects of 3D printing with superior product quality


We provide the best recommendations during the plastic material selection process

Full Spectrum of Printing Services



Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM) is a commonly used additive manufacturing technique for modelling and prototyping. The machine dispenses multiple materials soluble supporting filament by extruding thermoplastic filament to build up the model.



Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) is an additive manufacturing technique that melts and solidifies layers of powdered material in finished objects using a directed energy beam.



Stereolithography (SLA) is a 3D printing technique that creates models, prototypes, patterns, and production parts layer by layer using photopolymerisation. A computer-controlled ultraviolet laser beam hardens the layer of the parts one at a time in the container of resin.



Digital Light Processing (DLP) is a method of printing uses light and photosensitive polymers. It takes a design that has been created using 3D modelling software and prints the 3D object by projecting the object, one layer at a time, onto a liquid polymer and hardening it.



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