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High-performance materials for every industry

Your project’s success depends on the choice of material. Ensuring the material properties meet the requirements of your part is crucial for the final result. That is why we offer a wide selection of industrial 3D printing materials with real-time property data.

Featured materials


Material with great thermal and electrical conductivity, and high ductility.

Density: up to 99.8%

Tensile Strength: > 220 MPa

El. Conductivity: > 90%IACS  


Biocompatible material with unique mechanical and chemical properties.

Elongation at Break: 450%

Tensile Strength: 6 MPa

Hardness: Shore A30


An extremely hard ceramic composite of tungsten and carbon.

Tensile strength: 530 MPa

Density: 15.25 Mg/m3

Hardness: Vickers 2600


Rubber-like material with outstanding physical and mechanical properties.

Elongation at Break: 250%

Tensile Strength: 10 MPa

Hardness: Shore A90

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alumina 3d printing

3D printing with technical ceramics

Technical ceramics are ideal materials for parts that need to be corrosion and mechanical wear and tear resistant even at high temperatures. Technical ceramics include aluminum oxide (alumina), zirconium oxide

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