Professional Design and 3D Printing Services

Beyond Bynd is a comprehensive solution provider for all your engineering needs, specialising in the cutting-edge field of additive manufacturing.
We cater to projects of any scale, whether a single component or a large quantity in the thousands, and we offer an extensive selection of materials to meet your specifications.
With our streamlined processes, we have lightning-fast lead times that are as quick as just 1 day.

Experts in Engineering Polymers and High-Performance Thermoplastics

Obtain functional parts with high isotropy, thanks to our ability to 3D print an extensive range of engineering materials. From engineering materials like Nylon Carbon Fiber and Polycarbonates to advanced High-Performance Thermoplastics like ULTEM, PEKK, and PEEK, we offer a diverse selection to suit your requirements. Ready for prototyping, small batch and production runs.

Print Metal

Create complex metal components through 3D printing technology using high-performance metals such as Hastelloy, and Inconel. Whether you’re transitioning from prototyping to full-scale production or requiring certification for your parts, we’re committed to journeying with you every step of the way. Let’s explore how we can help you achieve your goals.


At our core, we advocate the sustainable benefits of 3D Printing as a manufacturing method. By optimising resource utilisation and embracing on-demand production, we prioritise efficiency while minimising waste. Our commitment extends beyond the present, as we strive to build a sustainable and resilient future that will benefit not only our generation but also those to come.

Is additive right for you?

Struggling with a problem and considering the potential of additive manufacturing? Whether you’re interested in transforming your existing product to leverage the advantages of additive manufacturing or envisioning a completely new product concept, additive manufacturing offers many possibilities. Let us guide you on the journey towards innovation and efficiency with additive manufacturing.

Based in Singapore.

Made In Singapore. Ships Globally.
Serving customers from all around the world.

Trusted Across Industries

What We Do


We provide a holistic range of services, including material selection especially for 3D printing, design optimisation, and identification of possible improvements, to ensure both the printability and functionality of your parts.


Looking to transform your ideas into reality? into reality? Our experts will help you turn your ideas into precise 3D models and drawings, which is essential for the manufacturing process.

3D Printing

With No Minimum Order Quantity, our 3D printing services are capable of accommodating projects of any scale, be it a single piece for prototyping or small batch production of 100-1000 pieces, with our wide range of materials and fast turnaround time.

Post Processing

Elevate the appearance of your 3D printed parts with our wide range of finishes, designed to help you achieve your desired aesthetic. From basic support removal to painting.


While additive manufacturing offers numerous advantages, it may not always be the optimal choice for every product or part, as alternative manufacturing methods might provide superior benefits in some cases.


Looking to establish your own in-house additive manufacturing capabilities? We distribute comprehensive 3D Printing machines and materials that can be tailored to your specific needs.

3D Printing Technologies


Fused Deposition Modelling is a 3D Printing technology that uses a nozzle to extrude filament-based materials to print your part.


Selective Laser Sintering fuses powder material by using a laser to selectively heat up and fuse the powder together to create the final part.


Multi Jet Fusion is a 3D printing technology by HP that is able to create complex isotropic 3D printed parts by using a binding agent to fuse parts together in rapid succession.


Stereolithography uses a laser to selectively cure resin-based materials to create your final part.


Direct Metal Laser Sintering uses a laser to fuse metal powder together layer by layer to achieve the final geometry.


Need materials and machines? Look no further! Check out our selection of 3D Printing Materials and Machines


Plastic Material: Polyetherketoneketone – PEKK
Polyetherketoneketone (PEKK) is an exceptional semi-crystalline high-performance thermoplastic. Coming from the polyaryletherketone …
Plastic Material: ABS vs ASA – What’s the difference?
A frequently asked question in the 3D printing industry is: what is …
Plastic Material: Nylon Carbon Fibre – PA CF
Nylon Carbon Fibre, or PA CF for short, is sometimes also known …

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