High stiffness 3D printing
3D printed plastics and metals with a Modulus of Elasticity greater than 2 GPa.
SLA/DLP High stiffness MaterialsSLA is most suitable for visual applications where an injection mold-like, smooth surface finish, and a high level of feature detail are required.
Tough resin (ABS-like)
Tough resin (SLA) mimics the properties of ABS and produces parts with improved mechanical properties compared to standard resin. Can be used for functional parts.Print with this material
Ceramic filled Resin
Ceramic filled resin (SLA/DLP) produces parts with very high stiffness and higher detail than Tough or Durable resin. Good temperature resistance.Print with this material
Material Jetting (Polyjet) High stiffness MaterialsMaterial Jetting produces parts of the highest dimensional accuracy with very smooth surface finish, used for both visual prototypes and tooling manufacturing.
Digital ABS (Material Jetting) mimics the properties of ABS and produces stiff, rigid parts for engineering applications. Greater detail than Tough Resin (SLA).Print with this material
FDM High stiffness 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.Print with this material
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.Print with this material
Fiberglass reinforced Nylon
Fiberglass reinforced Nylon (FDM) contains continuous glass fibers that give high stiffness and excellent heat resistance. Ideal for high temperature applications.Print with this material