3D Printing enthusiasts, thanks to the great success of the first Contest, here we are with the second season of the PolyDlab.

Do you have a Project to print? Tell us what prompted you to create your Parts, Prototypes and Components. If you are selected, we will print your Pieces for FREE.



PolyDlab, second saison


PolyDlab is the spin-off of PolyD, the MJF 3D printing lab that offers free use of HP printers to realise your projects.

Do you have a prototype or component you want to 3D print? Do you have a ready-made STL file? Participate in the second season of the PolyDlab!

PolyDlab works with Multi Jet Fusion 3D Printing Technology. In our Lab we provide one of our HP printers to make your parts for FREE. 

Yes, you got it right; all you have to do is sending us the file of your Piece or Component to labpolyd@gmail.com telling us the need that prompted you to create it.
If you are selected, we will print it free of charge and send it to you! 


Increase your chances of being selected

Here are some tips to increase your chances of being chosen: our experts favour innovative, functional or creative projects!

If you have a Prototype, Component or Part that relates to the following sectors:

  • Automotive and Transport,
  • Mechanical Design,
  • Medical, 
  • Modelling,
  • Design and Prototyping,
  • Consumer Products,

send us your file now! 

Polydlab_prototypes and parts in 3d printing


The first year of the lab was the 2022 3D Printing Contest. If you want to know more, read PolyDlab's presentation.

Over the past year, people like you have participated in the Contest, making prototypes and parts in MJF 3D printing completely free of charge.
Read the previous articles on what PolyDlab is and on Printed Prototypes, which we summarise here:



And now that you have seen what has already been achieved in the previous season and read the instructions for sending us your STL file, what are you waiting for to participate in the second season? Write to us at labpolyd@gmail.com

We are curious to know your story.

Happy 3D printing!