Material Guide

Plastic

PLA

PLA is the typical desktop printer material, printed using Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) technology

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SLS Nylon

Thanks to its strength and flexibility Nylon is extremely versatile and suitable for functional parts, jewelry, and many more applications.

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MJF Nylon

MJF from HP uses special adhesive and detailing agents in combination with heat lamps to fuse particles in a bed of powder.

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Standard Resin

Standard Resin is capable of delivering fine details and a smooth surface.

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PETG

PETG is plastic that is strong and durable like that of ABS but absolutely harmless to human health

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ABS

ABS is great for functional parts and prototypes with a need for stronger mechanical properties than PLA.

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Tough Resin

Tough resin is the ideal material for strong and high detailed parts as well as durable prototypes.

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Transparent Resin

Transparent resin is ideal for objects to be displayed, such as prototypes, models, or figurines.

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High Detail Resin

High Detail Resin is ideal for objects that needs to be presented, as it is capable of delivering fine details and a smooth surface.

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Somos Evolve

Somos Evolve is the ideal material for strong and high detailed parts, offering details that are as close to injection molded quality as you can get.

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Carbon® Resin

Carbon® Resin materials uniquely combine high resolution, exceptional surface quality, and mechanical properties ready for functional, end-use applications.

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Flexible Plastic

Flexible Plastic is able to bend and twist like rubber, but still demonstrates a high level of strength.

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Elastic Resin

Choose Elastic Resin for parts that will bend, stretch, compress, and hold up to repeated cycles without tearing.

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Glass-filled

Glass-filled material is great for complex or enclosed models and is more durable and resistant than standard nylon.

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Alumide

Alumide is as strong and almost as flexible as standard nylon, but with a nice sparkling effect.

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Polypropylene

3D printed polypropylene is a translucent off-white material with properties comparable to injection molded PP.

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ULTEM™

ULTEM™ resin is a flame-retardant high-performance thermoplastic for digital manufacturing and rapid prototyping.

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Polycarbonate

Polycarbonate (PC) is most commonly used for its heat resistance and incredible toughness. This makes it perfect for use in automotive, construction, and aerospace applications.

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Woodlike PLA

Consider using wood 3D printer filament when printing objects that are displayed on a desk, table, or shelf.

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ASA

Outdoor-use production parts benefit from the strength, color choice and UV resistance of ASA material.

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Flexible Resin

Choose Flexible Resin to create ergonomic features as part of larger assemblies.

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Metals

420/BR Steel

420/BR steel is the best value metal. It is very robust, and can be used for a wide range of applications including functional parts, jewellery and sculptures.

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316L Steel

High detail stainless steel, perfect for small and very detailed objects. The material is very corrosion-resistant and strong due to the printing process (DMLS)

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Aluminium

Aluminum (AlSi10Mg) is a strong, low weight material with good thermal properties.

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Brass

Good for jewellery and jewellery prototypes. When polished, brass is smooth and shiny. When unpolished, it is matte, rough and looks antique.

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Plated Brass

Precious Plated Metals are made from solid casted brass and treated with an under-plating of rin-rhodium alloy, before being plated with your desired plating.

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Bronze

Raw bronze is great for antique-looking objects, vintage jewellery and functional parts. It has a rustic matte look.

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Sterling Silver

The perfect material for jewellery. It can be polished for more shine, but with fewer details. Malleable if thin.

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Gold

The perfect material for precious jewelry like earrings, pendants & bracelets as it is both beautiful and hand polished.

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Copper

Good for robust and decorative models like coins, medals, keys, connectors, statues.

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Platinum

Platinum is the most valuable 3D printable material overall and is used for premium, unique jewelry pieces.

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Titanium

This is the strongest 3D printable material. Titanium is good for full functional parts as well as jewelry. It is very precise.

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Others

Castable Wax

Castable Wax has a rich blue color, and a weight and surface feel similar to traditional candle wax.

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Multicolor

Multicolor is the only material that can produce full-color 3D prints - It’s the perfect material for colorful models at an affordable price.

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CNC Milling

We are offering CNC milling via our service, yet it will require us to hear more about your project and know what you are looking for. Contact us for more information.

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