Composite and Metal 3D Printing Materials
The strongest 3D printing materials for any industrial applications.
New – Onyx ESD
Onyx ESD is a high-performance and static-dissipative version of Onyx that is stronger, stiffer, and meets stringent ESD-safe requirements.
Onyx ESD is ideal for tooling and fixtures in static-sensitive or ESD-protected areas, and its sleek surface finish makes it perfect for end-use parts that come into contact with electronic components.
Application Spotlight: Columbia Elektronik AB
Columbia Elektronik AB is a Swedish manufacturer of complete test fixturing solutions for the Nordic electronics industry. The company has seen a steady increase in demand for ESD-safe materials due to the changing manufacturing landscape and rise in the need for more complex electronics
Fiberglass is the most cost-effective material. It’s as strong as Carbon Fiber, but 40% as stiff, and 2X the weight. Suited to everyday applications where you need strong parts.
Tough Nylon filament is abrasive-resistant, flexible and impact-resistant. Nylon is also easily dyable to achieve any color you might need. It’s a highly versatile 3D printing material both with and without reinforcing fibers.
Kevlar has the best abrasion resistance and is our most flexible material. For when you need parts that are durable and resistant to impact.
Carbon fiber has the highest strength to weight as well as the highest thermal conductivity. Perfect for applications requiring the greatest possible stiffness and strength.
High Strength, High Temperature (HSHT) Fiberglass is a material uniquely designed for users who need strong parts in higher temperature environments (over 105°C, with a heat deflection point of 150°C)
17-4 Stainless Steel
316L Stainless Steel (Beta)
Titanium Ti-6Al-4V (Beta)
D2 Tool Steel
An air-hardened tool steel with high carbon and chromium content, D2 trades toughness for great hardness and abrasion resistance. It is often used for cutting tools and dies.
A2 Tool Steel
A2 tool steel is air-hardened with excellent impact resistance. We use it for punches, dies, and form tooling on our industrial series printers.
6061 Aluminum (Beta)
As a general purpose aluminum, 6061 combines good machinability, strength, and weldability. It can additionally be anodized for a good surface finish. We use it for many of the machined components in our industrial series printers.
H13 Tool Steel (Beta)
H13 is a hot work steel widely used in die casting and tooling applications. Alloyed with chromium, molybdenum, and vanadium, it is known for its strength and resistance to thermal shock.
7075 Aluminum (Beta)
7075 aluminum is one of the strongest aluminum alloys available. With a high strength-to-weight ratio, 7075 is stronger than many common structural steels.