Additive Manufacturing

The flexibility of 3D printing allows for the production of prototypes in a range of materials, each with its own unique properties and benefits.

Materials used in 3D Printing

By offering a range of material options, 3D printing makes it possible to produce prototypes that are not only functional but also aesthetically pleasing and suitable for a variety of different applications.

Carbon Fiber

Carbon fiber is a high-strength material that is often used in applications where weight and durability are critical, such as in the aerospace and automotive industries..


PETG stands for polyethylene terephthalate glycol. PETG is a versatile material that is ideal for printing objects with high impact resistance and transparency.


ABS stand for Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene. ABS is a popular thermoplastic that is commonly used for producing strong and durable parts.


TPU stands for Thermoplastic Polyurethane. TPU is a flexible material that is ideal for printing soft and rubber-like objects.


PLA stands for Polylactic acid. PLA+, a biodegradable material made from corn starch, is an environmentally-friendly option that is easy to print and produces high-quality results.