3D printing Technology

3D printing Materials

PLA

Cost Effective,Wide Range of colors, Best for model showcase

Simple, Cheap, Quick

PLA is a great 3D printing material for early stage prototyping on simple geometry parts, made out of biodegradable corn starch. Because this material is relatively cheap, you can cost effectively 3D print multiple iterations of an early stage part design.

ABS

ABS is impact resistant, dimensionally stable and handles temperatures up to 85 ºC, which makes it a good choice for mechanical parts.

Tough and Durable

Used by an array of industries worldwide, ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is known for its good mechanical properties. Specifically formulated to minimize warping and ensure consistent interlayer adhesion, our ABS allows the creation of functional prototypes and complex end-use parts with ease.

Nylon

Nylon is embraced by engineers and manufacturers worldwide for an array of applications that require impact and abrasion resistance

Functional parts

Nylon (polyamide) is well-known for its impressive durability, high strength-to-weight ratio, flexibility, low friction, and corrosion resistance. With its ability to withstand significant mechanical stress, Nylon is a great choice for 3D printing tools, functional prototypes, and end-use parts.

TPU

TPU offers robust material characteristics that can serve a broad range of functional prototypes where durability and flexibility are essential

Print Flexible Material

TPU is the go-to choice for a wide array of manufacturing projects that demand the qualities of both rubber and plastic. Designed for 3D printing consistency, TPU is a semi-flexible and chemical resistant filament with strong layer bonding.

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