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Who we are

Empowering professionals, students, and individuals everywhere to bring their ideas to life.

At Al Yousuf 3D Printing, we blend modern design with unique creative vision to produce high-quality finished custom objects at any quantity and scale. We utilize 3D printing technology to design and manufacture unique and valuable products that exceed your expectations.

We offer the highest quality materials, machines, and accessories, ranging from professional 3D printers to DIY Kits. We make the process of digital fabrication more accessible, giving educators, engineers, manufacturers, small businesses and tinkerers the power to make anything. You tell us what you need, and we propose a solution to do it.


Our Vision

For us, 3D printing means creation. It means possibility, innovation and imagination. Every day we see the potential of 3D printing grow more and more. We are driven by our belief that 3D printing can change the way things are done, and by our need to discover everything 3D printing could do.

As a company we strive to give our customers the best products, services, and quality. We wish for everyone who ventures into the world of 3D printing to have a happy learning curve and we strive to give our more experienced audience the best products and service to fit their needs.



We manufacture our own customizable industrial 3D Printer and offer other advanced 3D Printers in the market.

Why choose us

As a single-step manufacturing process, 3D printing saves time and costs associated with using different manufacturing machines. There is also no requirement for operators to be present using 3D printers; they can be set up and allowed to complete the task.

Easy to edit
In just a few clicks in the design software, customer gets a product in their choice of color, size, or design, letting them add a personal touch to what they want.
Full support
Maintenance 24/7
Our highly trained product experts can work directly with your teams and triage your related problems, providing 24/7 maintenance of valuable solutions.
Creative Design & Development
Awesome ideas
We love to work closely with our clients to bring an existing or new brand to life. Our skilled team of engineers and designers the process of developing.
Intelligent Decisions
Our clients work in some of the world's most intricate, technically challenging, and quick-paced industries. They count on us to provide them with consulting and advising services that are clear-cut, establish the appropriate course, and ultimately produce results.


Frequently Asked


3D printers are becoming an essential tool in the workflows of many businesses and industries. The technology is evolving fast and it is now possible to 3D print objects which were unheard of 10 years ago. 3D printing is becoming the largest disruptive technology shift since the internet. It is fascinating to see where the technology will take us in the future and it’s definitely something to look forward to. Keep reading as we answer the most frequently asked 3D printing questions

3D printing is becoming the largest disruptive technology shift since the internet. It is fascinating to see where the technology will take us in the future and it’s definitely something to look forward to. Keep reading as we answer the most frequently asked 3D printing questions.

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3D is touted to be the third industrial revolution and has been around for two decades. The popularity and accessibility of this revolutionary technology is increasing at fast and steady pace. As of one India’s leading 3D printer manufacturers in India, Divide By Zero has empowered clients various verticals such as: Medical,Architecture,Electronics,Education,Footwear,Automotive,Product Design (Prototyping),Tooling,Casting and Engineering,Customised Gifting (3D Face Scanning),Plastic Moulding and more
A stereolithography (STL) file is a format that provides 3d printers the blueprint to print a part. The .stl file is created as an export option in many 3D software applications such 3D Studio Max, Maya, Google Sketchup, and Blender.
You can use freeware CAD software to make STL files or you can download ready-to-use .stl models from different online repositories like: Thingiverse: MyMiniFactory: Make sure any model you are willing to print should be strictly in .stl file format
In 3D printing, infill refers to the structure printed inside the object. The size, shape, pattern, and percentage depends heavily on the design requirements. Higher infill percentage translates to physically stronger 3D printed samples.
Yes, you can opt for different infills for your object. This can be manipulated through different levels in the software. Lower infill percentage can help you to save filament and print time.
SLA or Stereolithography, is a form of additive manufacturing technology used for creating models, prototypes and production parts in a layer by layer fashion using photopolymerization, a process by which light causes chains of molecules to link together forming polymers. FDM or Fused Deposition Modelling, is the type of printer that is most common as it is cheap and can be readily made with a few simple parts. It works by heating up a piece of plastic and forcing it out of a small hole in the same manner as toothpaste. Imagine drawing a picture with just a tube of toothpaste by squeezing a line out and going forwards, backwards, left and right only. Let that first picture harden and then do the same again slightly higher with the next layer of the part you wish to build. The plastic mentioned above is referred to as filament and can come in a variety of materials, textures and colours. Different materials can be used for different applications. Wood, plastic, metal and rubber type materials are all used by 3D printer.
That depends on several factors,The size of your model,The material you are using,The layer height (smaller layers mean more layers to print),The complexity of your model,Whether the object needs supports.The most common slicers give to you the estimated time of print the model, but since external factors affect the job, the print could use more time or less.
Some printers use the thinner filament, some the thicker. It’s all down to the design of the print head. Check which thickness is appropriate for your printer, and stick with it. 1.75mm filament is a lot more flexible and needs less pressure to print with. This filament is quite easy to break however. 3mm filament is not flexible and can snap if bent too far. It also requires more torque on motors to push it into the extruder.


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