Fiber reinforced 3D printing
Fiber reinforced materials are filled with continuous fibers or fiber particles that result in parts with improved physical properties and high stiffness.
SLS Fiber reinforced MaterialsSLS is used for both prototyping and small-batch production of functional plastic parts with good mechanical properties.
Glass filled Nylon
Glass filled Nylon (SLS) contains glass particles that give parts high stiffness and improved thermal and abrasion resistance over standard Nylon.Get instant quote
MJF Fiber reinforced MaterialsHP's Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) can be used for both prototyping and small-batch-production of functional plastic parts.
Glass filled Nylon
HP Glass filled Nylon (MJF) contains glass beads and produces parts with higher stiffness and improved thermal stability over standard PA 12.Get instant quote
FDM Fiber reinforced MaterialsFDM is the most widely available 3D printing process, mainly used for low-cost prototyping and design verification with very fast turn around times.
Carbon-fiber reinforced Nylon
Carbon-fibre reinforced Nylon (FDM) contains continuous carbon fibers that give extremely high stiffness and strength-to-weight ratio comparable to metal.Get instant quote
Carbon filled Nylon (Onyx)
Carbon filled Nylon (FDM) has excellent stiffness and good temperature resistance. Ranks between standard Nylon and continuous carbon-fiber reinforced Nylon. Please note this material is not continuously reinforced but contains chopped carbon fiber.Get instant quote
Kevlar-fiber reinforced Nylon
Kevlar-fiber reinforced Nylon (FDM) contains continuous kevlar fibers that give excellent mechanical properties and high abrasion and impact resistance.Get instant quote
Fiberglass reinforced Nylon
Fiberglass reinforced Nylon (FDM) contains continuous glass fibers that give high stiffness and excellent heat resistance. Ideal for high temperature applications.Get instant quote