Our 3D Printing materials 


We offer solutions for producing fully functional parts, high-resolution prototypes, early stage prototypes and design models. Choose from 7 technologies, 15 materials and countless post-process finishing options.

Not sure which material ist best for your project? Try our 3D printing material guide or reach out!



Fully functional parts 

High-strength & -quality materials for fully functional prototypes or end-use parts.


HP Multi Jet Fusion 

Examples HP Jet Fusion

Technology: 

Plastic powder is fused through liquid agents and infrared light. More…

Typical quantities: 

1 – 2,500 pieces

Applications:

End-use parts, functional prototypes, geometric complex parts.

Accuracy:

± 0,2% with a lower limit of 0,2 mm

Max. size:

380 x 284 x 380 mm

Materials:

PA12 (Polyamide 12, Nylon 12)
Engineering-grade and high-density Nylon 12 for challenging applications and fully functional parts.


Laser Sintering

Examples Laserseintering

Technology: 

Plastic powder is selectively sintered with a laser beam. More…

Typical quantities: 

1 – 1,000 pieces

Applications:

End-use parts, functional prototypes, geometric complex parts.

Accuracy:

± 0,3% with a lower limit of 0,3 mm

Max. size:

300 x 300 x 500 mm

Materials:

PA2200
Lower-density (light-weight) material for functional parts or prototypes.




Alumide
Nylon filled with aluminum dust. Used for visual prototypes (metallic appearance) or parts, where a higher stiffness and heat-resistance is required.


High-resolution prototypes

Superior surface quality and high accuarcy for sophisticated prototypes and parts with delicate structures.


Polyjet

polyjet example

Technology: 

Tiny drops of a photopolymer are ejected and immediately cured by UV light. More…

Typical quantities: 

1 – 50 pieces

Applications:

Sophisticated prototypes, prototypes for investment casting, multi-material prototypes

Accuracy:

± 0,15% with a lower limit of 0,2 mm

Max. size:

342 x 342 x 200 mm

Materials:

Vero
All purpose material for high-resolution and high-accuracy prototypes.




Tango
A soft/rubber-like rapid prototyping material for soft, high-accuracy prototyping parts.




Digital ABS
Our strongest photopolymer; suitable for highly sophisticated functional prototypes.




Simulated Polypropylene
Used for sophisticate prototypes with polypropylene-like properties.


Stereolithography

SLA examples

Technology: 

Selective curing of a photopolymer using a UV laser. More…

Typical quantities: 

1 – 100 pieces

Applications:

Precise, high-quality plastic prototypes.

Accuracy:

± 0.2% with a lower limit of 0.2 mm

Max. size:

450 x 450 x 330 mm

Materials:

SLA Detail Resin
Versatile material for sophisticated, high-quality plastic prototypes.




Castable Resin
To create prototypes for investment casting.


Early-stage prototypes

Limited surface quality and accuracy, but high in strength and short in production time – use these materials for early stage prototypes and functional tests.


FDM

FDM examples

Technology: 

Extrudes melted plastic onto a build plattform. More…

Typical quantities: 

1 – 100 pieces

Applications:

Functional early stage prototypes, fixtures or mechanical parts with simple geometries

Accuracy:

±0.5% with a lower limit of 0.5 mm

Max. size:

200 x 200 x 200 mm

Materials:

ABS
Material for creating early-stage but functional prototypes of mechanical, structural parts, or cases.




PA6/PA66
Flexible with a high modulus. Used for flexible, super-strong parts.


Metal Parts

Metal 3D printing is often more pricy than conventional metal production, but has the power of creating optimized shapes for weight or complexity reduction.


Metal 3D Printing

metal parts

Technology: 

Metal powder is melted with a laser beam. More…

Typical quantities: 

50 – 500 pieces

Applications:

Mainly optimized end-use parts; often not suitable for producing prototypes, which are optimized for conventional production methods.

Accuracy:

± 0,3% with a lower limit of 0,3 mm

Max. size:

248 x 248 x 350 mm

Materials:

Aluminium, Stainless Steel, Titanium
The printed metal parts display similar mechanical properties as conventionally produced metal pieces.


Full-Color Parts

Full-color models with (almost) no limit in your 3-dimensional design. Use full-color plaster for architecture models, sales models, design models or entertainment products.


Colorjet

Colorjet Examples

Technology: 

Colored glue (‘binder’) is ejected on plaster powder. The technology works much like an inkjet printer. More…

Typical quantities: 

1 – 500 pieces

Applications:

Architectural models, models for fairs and exhibtions, educational models, 3D figures

Accuracy:

±0,5% with a lower limit of 0.5 mm

Max. size:

254 x 381 x 203 mm

Materials:

Full-Color Plaster
Gypsum-based material to create fully-colored parts.


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