3D Printing Materials

Materials for 3D Printing

Explore the widest range of materials in the 3D printing world

Stratasys offers a powerful range of additive manufacturing materials, including clear, rubberlike and biocompatible photopolymers, and tough high-performance thermoplastics. This variety lets you maximize the benefits of 3D printing throughout your product-development cycle.

From fast, affordable concept modeling to detailed, super-realistic functional prototyping, through certification testing and into agile, low-risk production, Stratasys materials help designers and engineers succeed at every stage.

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3D Print Materials – Safety Data Sheets

Download Stratasys Material Safety Data Sheets on all the Model Material, Support Material and other items related to 3D Printing.
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Stratasys patented Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Technology works with production-grade thermoplastics to build tough, durable parts that are accurate, repeatable and stable over time. 3D print your concept models, prototypes, tools and end-use parts in familiar materials like ABS, PC and high-performance ULTEM 9085.

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PolyJet Material

PolyJet photopolymers offer an astonishing level of detail and final-product realism that surpasses all other 3D printing technologies. With chameleon-like ability to simulate clear, flexible and rigid materials and engineering plastics — and even combine multiple material properties into one model — your prototypes could easily be mistaken for final products.

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By enabling the use of metal powders from the MIM (Metal Injection Molding) industry, our systems have access to a wide range of existing materials—from steels and aluminum to superalloys and titanium. Over 30 metal materials available.

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nano particle ink production

The unique pairing of a dielectric ink optimized for mechanical support, thermal resistance and electrical insulation with a highly conductive nano-Silver ink that sinters at low temperatures is solving key challenges in the electronics world.

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