Custom Color 3D Printing 

2021 West Fulton St., Chicago, Illinois, 60612, United States


Custom Color 3D Printing is an additive manufacturing service bureau specializing in full-color parts and file design.

Since our founding, Custom Color 3D Printing has been known for quality services, exceptional efficiency and the highest level of professionalism. No matter what service you’re looking for, we guarantee to not only meet, but exceed your expectations and ensure your full satisfaction.

Our team is up for every job, managing projects with the skill and experience our clients have come to expect. Please get in touch to learn more about our team, our company or for details about the services we provide.

Our Work

Recent Jobs Quoted

Manufacturing Capabilities


(5) HP 580 MJF 3D Printers

PostPro3D Vapor Finisher

xRize 3D Printer

Rise One 3D Printer

EinScan Portable Scanner

Twindom 360* Scanning Booth

Ultimaker S5 Pro 3D Printer

HP580 full color 3d printers

State-of-art post processing

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United States

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