3D Printing Materials
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Robust thermoplastic produces high density parts with balanced property profiles and strong structures.
Provides excellent chemical resistance to oils, greases, aliphatic hydrocarbons, and alkalies.
Biocompatibility certifications–meets USP Class I-VI and US FDA guidance for intact skin surface devices.
Achieve the lowest cost per part and reduce your total cost of ownership.
HP PA12 GB
40% glass bead filled thermoplastic material with both optimal mechanical properties and high reusability.
Provides dimensional stability along with repeatability.
Ideal for applications requiring high stiffness like enclosures and housings, fixtures and tooling.
Designed for production of functional parts across a variety of industries.
Strong, Functional Complex Parts
Quality Parts Without Trade-Offs
Engineered for HP Jet Fusion Technology
REPLACE METAL WITH PRINTED COMPOSITES
Jigs - Fixtures - Grippers - Soft Jaws - Tooling
PA6 filled with 20% chopped Carbon Fiber making it great for high impact, high temp, and high strength applications.
Flame retardant (UL94 V-0) rated version of Onyx which makes it an ideal choice for aerospace applications.
The strongest and stiffest fiber option on the market. 25x stronger than ABS and a higher strength to weight ratio compared to Aluminum makes this the ideal candidate to print parts that replace the need for metal.
8x more impact resistant than ABS while still retaining incredible tensile strength. Kevlar allows users to develop unique parts with varying properties all within the same part.
The most well rounded fiber that encompasses great flexural strength, tensile strength, impact resistance, and heat deflection temp all in one. This fiber is designed to handle the most extreme conditions where all other materials fail.
The best choice for a cost effective part that is still 11x stronger than ABS. This is the go to fiber for many first time users of Markforged parts.
A2 Tool Steel
A2 tool steel is a highly versatile air-hardening tool steel often regarded as a “universal” cold work steel. It offers a combination of good wear resistance (between O1 and D2) and toughness. Considered relatively easy to machine in the annealed condition, it has a high compression strength and good dimensional stability during hardening and tempering. It’s used for a wide variety of cold-work tools, from forming and cutting equipment to high wear parts.