3D Printing Material Library

Database of Additive Manufacturing Materials

 

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Materials for Every 3D Printing Application

3Diligent offers a tremendous breadth of materials for 3D Printing /  Additive Manufacturing.  We categorize materials as follows: modeling materials, thermoset polymers (resins), thermoplastics (plastics), composites, and metals.  Please dig into any of the categories of our 3D Printing Material Library by clicking below.  

MODELING MATERIALS

Materials oriented toward non-functional, purely aesthetic applications.  These materials - paper and gypsum powder - are receptive to colored inks, allowing for full-color models

THERMOSET POLYMERS (RESINS)

Thermoset polymers, or resins as they are more commonly known, are molecular chains that transition from a liquid to a locked solid state based on exposure to a combination of light and heat.  Generally, these materials are capable of being processed for smooth surface finishes, tight tolerances and limited functional applications.

THERMOPLASTICS (PLASTICS)

Engineering plastics are capable of fulfilling a number of functional applications, including functional prototypes, custom tools, jigs, and fixtures, replacement parts, and production applications.  ABS through aerospace-grade Ultem thermoplastic offered.

METALS

Metals are generally recognized as the strongest and most durable of materials.  Most common metal alloys can be processed by one metal 3D Printing process or another.  These include aluminum, stainless steel, tool steel, titanium, cobalt chrome, nickel inconel, and more.