3D Printing Materials

Discover the variety of materials that we have available and find the perfect match for your 3D project. Click on the materials on the side to learn more about the specifications of each.

What materials do 3D Printers use?

Strong material with great colour saturation, ideal for prototyping.


High temperature photopolymer »
This material is used for things such as injection molding.


Rigid opaque photopolymer »
Stiff and strong with an excellent colour presence, perfect for demonstration material.


Rubber-like »
Ideal for objects that need a texture that mimics rubber.


Sandstone powder »
Capable of reproducing photorealistic surfaces and full colour four channel CMYK prints.


Transparent photopolymer »
Ideal for when transparency is required, can be mixed and tinted with opaque materials to add colour.