Many profiles.
All options.


Instead of laboriously processing or machining material to produce a lower housing for a built up letter, we now only use the quantity of semi-finished products that we actually need for production. The fact that we can also use starting materials that are made from renewable raw materials and are biocompostable in accordance with EN 13432 makes things even smarter. By using 3D printing as additive manufacturing, we are breaking new and creative ground. And open up possibilities for new designs of illuminated letters that were previously difficult or impossible to implement.

  • Sustainable production and materials

  • New design options

  • Short delivery times

  • Customized individuality

  • Use for shopfitting and trade fair construction

  • Expert customer service

  • Energy-efficient LED technology


Profile 5S print

Two-part full-relief letter with printed lower housing, front made of acrylic glass without visible edging


Profile 5S liner

Two-part full-relief letter with printed lower housing with lateral illuminated contour, front made of acrylic glass without visible edging


Profile 3 print

Two-part full-relief letter with printed top section, acrylic glass base for rear light emission, spacer


Profile 8FS print

Two-part full-relief letter, front and side made of luminous acrylic glass, aluminum base

Flexible use:
For your outdoor advertising
or the interior.

Another special feature is the surface with its visible and tangible layers, which give the surface a unique character. Filaments with a high proportion of wood are now also used. The result is very similar to a letter made of wood. Unique!

And with the wide range of lighting options made possible by the dual-extruder printing process in combination with the different color temperatures and colors of our LED modules, you can set another highlight with the 3Dprinted!

Frequently asked questions about
3D Printed Signs.

What is the advantage of 3D printed signs over built up letters?

3D printing opens up a multitude of new possibilities for the design of signs, especially when it comes to the cost-effective individual production of special lighting scenarios. The letters are considerably lighter than the classic metal construction method, which is a clear advantage for exhibition Standboard construction with the lightweight walls used. At the same time, the PLA printing filament used has a B1 classification from a fire protection point of view.
The printed letter body also has several advantages in terms of sustainability: In 3D printing, we only use the quantity of semi-finished products that we actually need for production. The base material for our 3D prints are polyactides (PLA for short), which are polyesters. They are used to make our filament, which is obtained from renewable sources such as corn starch, making it a biocompatible raw material. Our filament is a so-called PLA blend in order to achieve the desired strength and heat resistance. The lignin fibers used are also a natural raw material.

How long do 3D printed signs usually last?

Our experience from more than five years of manufacturing and using 3D-printed letters shows that there are only a few problems with the illuminated letters - and when there are, they are of a constructive nature. The PLA blend we use, which has the required strength and heat resistance, is compostable, but only under industrial conditions (EN 13432). The concern of some customers that the letters will disintegrate on their own after a few years due to outdoor weathering is unfounded. However, due to the layered structure, the lower housing is somewhat more complex to maintain and care for, which must be carried out at least every two years, as with all signs systems.

Can the LED illumination be changed?

As with all built up letters, the LED modules in 3D-printed letters can also be replaced. The multi-part letter body is screwed together and can be opened for inspection. However, LED or transformer replacement, repair, maintenance and cleaning work on signs systems must always be carried out by trained specialists.