Improve Your Application’s Performance with an Advanced Plastics Materials Portfolio

Select from Over 100 Materials Categorized by Property and Use Case.

Additive manufacturing has transformed both prototyping and production, delivering a myriad of previously unrealized benefits.

However, it isn’t enough to simply understand your chosen hardware and technology process. In order to truly realize and deliver additive manufacturing’s benefits, one must understand the diverse range of materials available and how each can bring specific characteristics to elevate your prototype or production part.

Our Materials Guide provides the overview you need to understand the 3D printing materials landscape. You’ll uncover a wide array of plastic materials, which deliver a vast range of characteristics such as flexibility to bio-compatibility and more, ensuring you have a material suited to your specific application’s requirements.

Download our Plastic’s material guide now and explore the range of advanced materials that exist to help you take advantage of a range of characteristics such as:

  • Rubber-like flexibility to tough durability
  • High-temperature and flame-retardant
  • Clear end-use parts and castable resins
  • Dental and biocompatibility
  • and many more

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