ULTEM 9085

Ultem 9085 is a famously overachieving thermoplastic. This flame-retardant high-performance thermoplastic is ideal for the transportation industry due to its high strength-to-weight ratio and its FST (flame, smoke and toxicity) rating. Ultem 9085 is superior is most categories because of its well-rounded thermal, mechanical and chemical properties. 

FIBERGLASS

Fiberglass has proven to be just as strong as Carbon but is 40% as stiff and 2X the weight. This is a cost-effective material where the application requires a strong part. 

ABS-M30

ABS-M30 (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is an ideal material for conceptual modeling and has proven to be 25 to 70 percent stronger than regular ABS. ABS-M30 produces durable parts that have greater tensile, impact and flexural strength than regular ABS. For testing, ABS-M30 offers realistic functional parts for end use. 

ASA

ASA (Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate) offers the best aesthetics of any FDM thermoplastic with exceptional UV stability. ASA is a popular general prototyping material with mechanical properties matching or exceeding ABS. ASA is highly recommended for outdoor commercial and infrastructure use with its high UV-resistance. Automotive components and accessories are also a popular choice for ASA with its wide selection of colours and matte finishing. 

NYLON 12

Nylon 12 is the material of choice for applications that involve repetitive snap fits, high fatigue resistance, strong chemical resistance and press (friction) fit inserts. This material is used in aerospace and automotive industries to take on everything from tooling, jigs and fixtures to covers, panels and vibration resistant components.

PC

PC (Polycarbonate) is used throughout the automotive, aerospace and medical industries. This material offers accuracy, durability and stability, for strong parts that can withstand functional testing. Parts printed from PC show superior mechanical properties to ABS and a number of other thermoplastics. 

ABS-M30i

ABS-M30i is the FDM material of choice for medical, pharmaceutical and food packing applications. ABS-M30i is Biocompatible (ISO 10993 USP Class VI)* and can be sterilized with gamma and EtO. This material has great mechanical properties and is well suited for functional prototyping and end-use-parts alike. 

ABSi

ABSi is a popular choice by engineers by giving them the freedom to manufacture real industrial thermoplastic parts direct from digital files. ABSi is a great material for conceptual modeling of parts that require light transmission. This material is commonly used in medical and automotive applications. 

PC-ISO

PC-ISO is a popular choice for medical device manufacturing because of its strength and medical compatibility. This material is Biocompatible (ISO 10993 USP Class VI) and can be gamma or EtO sterilized. 

PPSF/PPSU

PPSF/PPSU (Polyphenylsulfone) offers the greatest heat and chemical resistance of current materials. This mechanically superior material is ideal for aerospace, automotive and medical applications. PPSF/PPSU has been tested under fire so it can withstand punishing heat and exposure to chemicals. This material can also be sterilized via steam autoclave, Eto sterilization, plasma sterilization, chemical sterilization and radiation. 

PC-ABS

PC-ABS combines the heat resistance of PC with the flexibility of ABS. This material proves to be one of the most commonly used industrial thermoplastics. Parts produced from this thermoplastic are commonly used for automotive, electronics and telecommunications applications. 

CARBON FIBER

Carbon fiber offers high thermal conductivity with an excellent strength-to-weight ratio. This material has been tested and results have shown that the strength-to-weight ratio surpasses that of 6061 Aluminum. This material is perfect for applications requiring the greatest possible stiffness and strength. 

ZP130

Bring 3D concepts to life in full-colour with ZP130. This material offers the widest range of colours that are commonly used for conceptual modeling in Architecture. 

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