3D Printing Materials

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P400 ABS Thermoplastic

P400 ABS Thermoplastic

P400 ABS Material Properties
A true industrial thermoplastic, ABS is widely used throughout industry. When combined with Dimension
3D printers
it becomes the ideal solution to printing 3D models in an office environment

STEREOLITHOGRAPHY (SLA)

STEREOLITHOGRAPHY (SLA)

Accura® CastPro™ SLA Resin compatible with most metals. Low viscosity, moisture resistant.

Pros:

   Food Safe
    Cheap
    High Thermal resistance
    Chemical Resistance

Cons:

    Fragile
    Low level of detail
    Complex design constraints

Silver

Silver

The material is a solid Sterling silver, made of 92.5% pure silver and 7.5% of another metal, usually copper. Sterling silver is a standard alloy for jewelry purposes and is safe to wear on your skin. Silver is a metal with very high electrical and thermal conductivity. It shines bright when polished and is very malleable. The quality of a silver model is comparable to regular jewelry pieces you can find at jewelry stores.

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

3D printed stainless steel has a slightly matt surface finish for that vintage look. This material can be polished smoother for jewelry, structural parts, and anything in between. 3D printed stainless steel is very strong and rigid with similar properties to 420 stainless steel, except it is infused with a bronze up to 30%. This gives some Stainless Steel objects a slightly bronze tint.

Frosted Detail Plastic

Frosted Detail and Frosted Ultra Detail are UV cured acrylic polymer that is capable of incredibly fine details that are perfect for miniatures, model trains, and anything that requires a detailed finish.

Detail Plastic

Detail Plastic

 Detail plastic is an acrylic-based photopolymer that comes in white, black and transparent. Use this material for smaller, detailed products that don't stand stress or heat. The level of detail for these products is high, but single layers are more visible than in Nylon.

Strong & Flexible Plastics

Very popular material, the Strong & Flexible family is laser sintered nylon plastic that comes in a lot of colors and finishes. The material is incredibly versatile; when thin, it is flexible enough to be used for hinges and springs yet strong enough to be used as structural components when thicker. This material can be used for a wide variety of applications, from iPad cases to jewelry, remote controlled toys to fashionable bikinis.

Ceramics

Ceramics

Ceramics is one of 3D printed food safe materials available in the market.  In addition to being food safe, the material is both recyclable and heat resistant. Ceramics is perfect for cups, saucers, plates, models, building blocks and even statues.

Alumide

Alumide

Alumide is a Nylon Plastic filled with Aluminum dust. The dust gives Alumide the sparkle and shining.