1. 3D printing
  2. Properties

3D printing properties

A wide variety of certified materials with properties specifically tailored to meet the demands of almost any engineering application.

Smooth surface

Parts with a smooth, injection mold-like surface finish using SLA/DLP or Material Jetting processes.

High stiffness

3D printed plastics and metals with a Modulus of Elasticity greater than 2 GPa.

High strength

High strength plastics and metals with tensile strength greater than 45 MPa.


Bio-compatible, certified and sterilizable materials for applications in the medical and dental industries.


Materials with Shore Hardness below 70A that produce parts with a rubber-like feel.

Fiber reinforced

Fiber reinforced materials are filled with continuous fibers or fiber particles that result in parts with improved physical properties and high stiffness.

Impact resistant

High impact resistant thermoplastic parts made using the SLS or FDM printing process.

ESD safe

Materials with high volume resistivity, certified as Electrostatic discharge (ESD) safe.

Food safe

3D printing materials that are certified as food safe.

Full color

Heat resistant

High heat resistant 3D printing materials with a Heat Deflection Temperature (HDT) greater than 100°C (0.45 MPa).

Chemical resistant

3D printing materials that are resistant to solvents, bases, acids or other harsh environments.

High flexibility

Highly flexible rubber-like materials that have elongation at break greater than 50%.


Castable resins with wax-like properties that leave almost no ash content after burnout.

Flame retardant

Flame retardant, certified thermoplastics made with the SLS or FDM printing process.

High detail

Parts with high feature detail using SLA/DLP or Material Jetting processes.


Semi-transparent or completely clear materials using the SLA/DLP and Material Jetting processes.