From 1-1,000 parts, 3D printing offers affordable prototyping and end-use parts
delivered to you in a wide range of materials.
Fused Deposition Modelling (FDM)
Multi Jet Fusion (MJF)
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS)
Polyjet & FDM
From affordable prototyping to high-performance part production, there’s a material for every step.
HP MJF can be used for both prototyping and small-batch-production of end-use plastic parts with good mechanical properties.
SLS is used for both prototyping and small-batch production of end-use parts with good mechanical and thermal properties.
DMLS produces high performance, end-use metal parts for industrial applications in various industries such as automotive, and aerospace.
FDM is the quickest 3D printing process and the fastest for low-cost prototyping and design verification with very fast turn around times.
SLA is most suitable for visual applications where a high detail part or injection mould-like smooth surface finish is required.
Polyjet produces parts of the highest dimensional accuracy, very smooth surface finish, used for visual prototypes and full-colour parts.
No matter the part design complexity, we work together with you to ensure your parts and designs meet your requirements.
Contact us to get started today.
Below is our standard 3D printing materials, sorted by primary technologies.
Standard, metal and wood composites, enhanced
Nylon-6, Nylon-11, Nylon-12, carbon and glass-filled composites
Standard ABS, enhanced
Standard TPU, shore hardness 80A – 95A
ThermaX™ ULTEM™ 1010 PEI
Glass-filled Nylon 12
TPU / TPE / TPA
Bioplastic, similar to Nylon 12, produced from renewable materials that are derived from vegetable oils
Robust thermoplastic with all-round excellent properties and chemical resistance, ideal for functional prototypes and end-use applications
Reinforced with glass creating parts with greater stiffness and thermal stability than standard nylon
Combines high elasticity and strength with good chemical resistance, ideal for functional, and flexible parts
Rubber like resin
Heat resistant resin
High-detail, produces parts with a smooth injection mould-like surface finish, brittle and used for non-functional parts
Translucent appearance, ideal for injection moulding-like prototypes
Properties of ABS, produces parts with improved mechanical properties compared to standard resin, viable for functional parts
High-detail parts with a soft rubber-like appearance and finish. Not suitable for functional prototypes
High strength and heat deflection temperature, can be used for high detail low-run injection moulds
Resin for investment casting pattern making. No residue after burn out. Greater detail with Polyjet process
Lower density metal, good mechanical and thermal properties, good electrical conductivity
High malleability, excellent corrosion resistance, full density parts for industrial applications
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