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Dave Lecompte - 3D printer in Snohomish, Wa 98296

Dave Lecompte

Snohomish, WA 98296

3D printing $0.75 /cm³

Things I've Made

About me

Hi there, I'm a 3d printing hobbyist, enjoying this exciting new technology.

I have two reliable 3d printers, both Artillery Sidewinders (one X1, one X2), which print a variety of colors of PLA plastic or PETG.

My process is this:
- You send me one or more digital files (preferably STL or 3MF files, but OBJ are OK, too, with some information about scale) and what color you want the piece printed in.
- I figure out the estimated time to print, and the meters of filament required. I do complex math (adding the two numbers together) and send you an invoice.
- Once you've paid the invoice, I print out the part(s).
- I like to meet up in person at some locally convenient place. My first MakeXYZ job was for a customer about a mile away from my house, so it was much easier to drop it off than to pack it up. Also, some jobs are fragile, so I can more easily transport them, knowing that. On top of that, it's nice to meet up - it's nice to see people excited about the results. Or, if they're not excited, and want something else, or something better, we can have that discussion right away.
- repeat!

Some people have asked, but I do not currently offer scanning services. I do not do design work. I'd be happy to do printing of models generated by somebody else (e.g. Thingiverse, etc).

I have been asked if I can print replacement parts for appliances. If you have a digital file for the replacement part, then maybe, but my printed replacement part is almost certainly going to be more fragile than the factory part, so 3d printing might not be a good route to solving your problem.

I have been asked if I can make replacement keys. Again, if you have a 3d file for your key, then maybe, but again, a plastic key is likely to be fragile, and seems like a bad idea to be sticking a plastic key into a lock.


My Services

Deltamaker Printer

3D printer

PLA Plastic

• Black,

• Blue,

• Brown,

• Clear,

• Gold,

• Green,

• Orange,

• Pink,

• Purple,

• Red,

• Silver,

• White,

• Yellow,

• Platform 240 x 240 x 260 (mm)

My Reviews

David G.

Smooth deal. Dave was very responsive and a clear communicator. The prototype met our needs for testing and was delivered in very short time.

5 out of 5

Jeff P.

Dave has been great to work with and his prices are excellent. I will definitely be placing more orders with Dave. Thanks again!!

5 out of 5

Keith S.

Dave is super responsive and a consummate pro. I highly recommend him for any of your 3D printing needs.

5 out of 5

Robert K.

Great communication and the item turned out great!

5 out of 5

Jeff P.

Another excellent set of parts! Thanks Dave!

5 out of 5

Chris U.

Fast and friendly!

5 out of 5

Patrick W.

great, they were to the point, had good insights/ guidance for how to get my idea to do what it needed to do, and also gave me some nice options when there were aspects to the print that were up to me. Will be asking Dave for other prints again soon!

5 out of 5

Jim A.

Really happy with the product and the service we received. This was or first time 3D printing sand Dave was really helpful and patient with us as we were introduced to the process. Thank you!

5 out of 5

Austin S.

Quick replies, quick turn around, helpful advice and a fantastic print! Overall a pleasure to work with.

5 out of 5

Jeff P.


5 out of 5