3D Printing Plastics
A wide range of 3D printing plastic materials, from thermoplastics for functional parts to high-detail resins for visual prototyping.
|ABS||ABS, or acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, is a thermoplastic polymer frequently used in 3D printing.||$||Learn More|
|ABS-Like||ABS-Like plastic is a type of 3D printing material that is similar to ABS plastic in terms of properties and appearance. It is typically made from a blend of acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS) and polylactic acid (PLA) or other biodegradable plastics.||$$$$||Learn More|
|Accura 25||Accura 25 is a high-performance polymer that is ideal for use in 3D printing applications. It offers excellent dimensional stability and stiffness, making it perfect for creating complex parts with tight tolerances.||$$||Learn More|
|Accura ClearVue||One benefit of using Accura ClearVue material for 3D printing is that it produces clear prints with little to no visible layer lines. This makes it ideal for applications where transparency is important, such as in medical devices or eyewear.||$$||Learn More|
|Nylon||Nylon is a popular material for 3D printing due to its versatility and strength.Nylon also has a high resistance to heat and wear, making it perfect for functional parts that need to withstand tough conditions.||$$||Learn More|
|PA 12 Glass Beads||Nylon is a versatile material that can be used for a variety of applications, including 3D printing. PA 12 glass beads are specifically designed for use with nylon-based 3D printers.||$$$||Learn More|
|PETG||PETG (polyethylene terephthalate glycol-modified) is a type of nylon that's often used for 3D printing, and it has a number of advantages over other materials.||$$$||Learn More|
|PLA||PLA has a lower melting temperature than other thermoplastics like ABS, making it ideal for 3D printing. PLA is also biodegradable, making it a more sustainable option than other 3D printing materials.||$$$$$||Learn More|
Frequently Asked Questions
The three main types of plastics used for 3D printing are ABS, PLA, and PETG.
The strength of 3D printed plastic depends on the type of plastic and the printer settings. For example, ABS plastic is stronger than PLA plastic. The layer thickness and infill percentage also affect the strength of the printed object.
The cost of 3D printing plastic can vary depending on the type of plastic, the quality of the plastic, and the quantity of plastic.