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3D Design

The UP-3D Centre staff is trained to use the latest 3D visualization techniques. Our experts use a variety of tools, software and processes to create 3D models and other visual elements, such as CAD design software, virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies. With just a technical drawing, an idea or even a scan of a real physical object (which can also be completed on-site), our staff can handle minor modifications to complex redesigns or full implementation, all in-house. You come up with the idea, and we develop the model or the actual physical object you have in mind.

Order, quote

If you have any questions, or if you would like to request a price quote or place an order, please contact us at: inquiry@pte3d.hu.

The basis for the design can be a 3D model to be repaired or transformed, a technical drawing or a description, and the idea for a design can also start from a scan of a real physical object, which we can also develop at the UP-3D Centre.

Once your request has been processed, our staff will contact you. After consultation, UP-3D Centre will provide you with a price quote for the various stages of the design, such as scanning (if necessary), concrete design and even the printing of the object (if requested).

If you have any professional or technical questions, please contact our experts.


János Mendler

+36 20 322 0200



Scintigraphic model for UP MS Department of Biophysics

For this project, the aim was to create an artificial chest mounted on a box with a drawer. Small indentations and sockets created on the pull-out drawer plate are used for the random placement of radioactive preparations. A 3D-printed frame is placed over the chest, on which the detector can be placed in certain ‘slots’. Students use the equipment to measure the exact location of the preparations “invisibly”, using only the detector. The results are verified by means of the ‘slot detectors’, which are marked with numbers and letters.

3D printed diffusion cells for UP Faculty of Pharmacy

The principle of operation of a diffusion cell is that two flowing fluid masses are only separated by only a thin membrane. Depending on the properties of the membrane and the fluids, selective diffusion occurs between the two fluid spaces, achieving the required particle mixing. The UP-3D Centre designed and manufactured such devices in-house for the Faculty of Pharmacy based on the study of existing similar devices.

Various CAD-models

Experts at UP-3D Centre have created 3D models of a variety of medical technology and healthcare simulation devices using CAD processes. The Centre’s experienced engineering team is ready to provide accurate and efficient assistance at any stage of product design.

Design and manufacture of prosthetic devices

The UP-3D Centre has designed and manufactured a myoelectric test prosthesis for the Institute of Behavioural Sciences. The project involved the development of a forearm-mounted gripping device to measure the cognitive capacity of prosthetic use in healthy people. Electrical signals from the forearm muscles control the device, which is driven by a servo motor and has custom-made 3D printed parts.

Pet goggle design

The UP-3D Centre has designed pet goggles for experiments at the Institute of Physiology. The glasses, printed in flexible material using SLA technology, fit the actual head shape well and allow for easy replacement of lenses.

Lensless microscope design

The UP-3D Centre has designed, printed and assembled a lensless microscope for the Institute of Microbiology. The microscope was assembled from commercial components and 3D printed parts, and unlike conventional light microscopes it does not include an imaging lens system. The holographic image of the laser beam passing through the sample under examination is detected using CMOS technology and can be viewed digitally magnified.

Gingival dental mould design

The UP-3D Centre has designed and printed gingival moulds for the Dental Clinic. A printed mould for the casting of silicone gum detail was designed for illustrative purposes for an educational and training toolkit. This organic mould is a good example of the versatile application of our design and 3D printing technologies.