Have us print your prototypes, production parts, and jig/fixtures in familiar materials like ABS, PC, and high-performance ULTEM 9085™.
Ideal for concept models and moderate requirement parts including functional prototypes, jigs, fixtures, manufacturing tools and production parts. We extrude our own ABS internally, making this the most cost effective option for large volume parts and production runs. Contact us for a manual quote if you have a massive job.
Static dissipative ABS
ABS-ESD7 prevents a buildup of static electricity for end-use components, electronic products, industrial equipment and jigs and fixtures for assembly of electronic components.
PC-ABS is a high-impact engineering thermoplastic ideal for functional prototyping, tooling and low-volume manufacturing. Get the best of two FDM materials, the strength and heat resistance of PC and the flexibility of ABS. PC-ABS also delivers excellent feature definition and surface finish.
Rapid tooling, built to endure. PC offers accuracy, durability and stability, producing strong parts that can withstand functional testing. PC lets engineers and designers combine the speed and agility of 3D printing with the reliability of the most widely used industrial thermoplastic.
ULTEM 9085 resin material lets manufacturers create functional prototypes and production parts for high-strength, FST-rated and certified applications.
Have us print smaller parts in unparalleled resolution using engineering materials, ranging from a flexible elastomer to a glass-reinforced plastic.
3D print strong, precise concept models and prototypes that bring your ideas to life with Formlabs’ library of general purpose materials.
Grey Pro Resin’s high precision, moderate elongation, and resistance to deformation over time make it a versatile material suitable for a wide range of engineering applications.
Rigid Resin is reinforced with glass to offer very high stiffness and a polished finish. This material is highly resistant to deformation over time and is great for printing thin walls and features.
Use Flexible Resin to produce parts that bend and compress. Flexible is excellent for simulating soft-touch materials and adding ergonomic features to multi-material assemblies.
With low modulus, high elongation, and high impact strength, Durable Resin produces parts with a smooth, glossy finish and high resistance to deformation.
Tough resin’s high impact strength and compliance make it perfect for parts that need to return to their original shape after force is applied over a brief period.
High Temp Resin has a heat deflection temperature (HDT) of 289 °C @ 0.45 MPa—the highest on the 3D printing materials market. Use it to print models for environmental testing, or create molds and masters for production processes like casting and thermoforming.