FDM Materials


Ecological, many colors

PLA - PLA is the most common material we print with. It prints easily, is cheap and is based on natural raw materials. 

  • Cheap
  • Ideal for functional parts that are not heavily loaded, housings, caps, models, trophies, gadgets, ...
  • Special variants: Metal filled, wood textured,...   
  • Lots of colors

Sturdy & flexible, many colours

PETG – PETg is a versatile material that can withstand water well. It is a sturdier and more flexible than PLA. 

  • Firmly
  • Cheap
  • Ideal for functional parts
  • Slightly pliable
  • Good for outdoor applications
  • Lots of colors

Strong, heat-resistant, rigid

PC - Polycarbonate produces strong prints that can withstand high temperatures. Therefore, it is an ideal material for machine parts.

  • Strong
  • High resistance to impact
  • Heat resistant up to 115°C
  • Colours: black and white


Elastic, strong

TPU - Thermoplastic PolyUrethane is the flexible plastic for FDM. By choosing the infill (internal filling structure) and wall thickness, you can vary the degree of flexibility. 

  • Ideal for seals, dampings, grippers
  • Different elastic values
  • Colours: black and white

Strong, UV and water resistant

ASA - ASA is a strong and durable material that is suitable for outdoor applications.  

  • Similar to ABS but more UV and water resistant
  • Ideal for outdoor applications
  • Heat resistant up to 105°C
  • Excellent mechanical properties
  • Good resistance to chemicals
  • Colours: black and white

Strong, many colours

ABS – ABS is a strong and durable material, suitable for enclosures.

  • Strong and durable
  • Slightly flexible
  • Good mechanical processing
  • Suitable for "wear and tear" projects
  • Can be refinished with acetone vapour


High temperature, economical

HTPLA - High Temp PLA is used for parts that have to withstand higher temperatures. After printing, this material is "baked" and gets a high thermal resistance. 

  • Similar to PLA but slightly rougher surface
  • Temperature resistant up to 160°C
  • Suitable for moulds for thermoforming 

High temperature, very strong

Polymide - Polymide is a carbon-filled nylon. It is very strong and light and can withstand even higher temperatures than HTPLA. However, it is more difficult to print and gives less freedom of design.

  • Strong and rigid
  • light
  • Temperature resistant up to 215°C
  • Rough surface finish
  • More expensive than standard 3D printing materials

Within the FDM Technically, there are many more possibilities according to material properties, such as ESD safety (ElectroStatic Discharge), low friction, compostability, machinability, filling with metal or wood, etc. .

If you want to use a different material or have a special application, please do not hesitate to contact us!

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SLA Materials


Versatile, good post-processing

Gray v4 - This resin is the most common material we print with in the SLA technique. The surface finish is very smooth and the material is strong enough for many applications.

  • Rigid
  • Ideal for technical parts that must have a smooth surface (e.g. masters for making silicone moulds) and for visual parts.
  • Can be processed well (tapping, sanding, lacquering, etc.)
  • Colour: grey


Clear - Clear is the transparent variant of Gray v4. Almost clear transparency is obtained after polishing.

  • Rigid
  • Transparent (after polishing)
  • Suitable for prototyping lamps, visualising internal mechanisms, ... 

Economical, fast

Draft - Draft is the rapid prototyping SLA resin. It can be printed the fastest of all epoxy resins, with the largest layer thickness (0.3mm). The stepped shape of the print layers is therefore more visible than with other resins.

  • Fast and cheap
  • Easy to work with
  • Staircase form print layers more visible
  • Colour: blue


Rigid, engineering grade

Rigid 4000 - Rigid 4000 is a stiff and strong material. Good for objects that must not deform or that are heavily loaded.

  • Rigid and very strong
  • Engineering grade with smooth finish
  • Ideal for thin-walled pieces, jigs and fixtures, brackets
  • Colour: white


Surgical guide - Biocompatible photopolymer that can be sterilised. Good for medical applications. 

  • Rigid and strong
  • Can be sterilised by steam (20 minutes at 134°C or 30 minutes at 121°C)
  • Colour: yellow transparent

High heat deflection temperature

High Temp - Can withstand high temperatures but is very brittle. 

  • Can be heated up to 235°C
  • Brittle, low impact
  • Suitable for moulds and inserts, hot flow parts for gases or liquids
  • Colour: yellow transparent

Within the SLA Technically, there are even more materials available that are used less frequently. Do not hesitate to contact us if you want to use another material or have a special application!

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SLS Materials


Highly elastic, organic

PA11 - Polyamide 11 or nylon 11 is strong and impact resistant, has a high elongation at break and is very temperature resistant. 

  • Strong
  • Flexible, ideal for moving parts, hinges, prostheses, sports equipment
  • Biocompatible and can be sterilised in an autoclave
  • Good chemical resistance
  • Made from vegetable oil

Strong, durable, functional

PA12 - Polyamide 12 or nylon 12 is strong and rigid, and shows a very constant behaviour under long-term load. 

  • Very strong and resistant to continuous loading
  • Suitable for functional parts
  • Biocompatible
  • Absorbs very little moisture

Within the SLS technology There are other materials available such as aluminium-filled nylon (alumina), carbon-filled nylon (carbon), glass-filled nylon (glass) or TPU.

Do not hesitate to contact us if you want to use a different material or have a special application!

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