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Wide range of materials

We only use high quality, verified materials made in Europe. We believe that great product can be made only with using the best materials. Materials we use are reliable and meet high industry standards which is necessary for producing quality products. With our wide range of materials, we can meet the expectations and needs of individual projects. If you struggle finding the right material for achieving desired properties of your product, our team of printing engineers will help and advise you to make the right decision.


Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate

ASA is known for its strength, stiffness, exceptional resistance to chemical exposure and heat. It is designed for professional use and is usually used for the production of prototypes that must withstand higher temperatures up to 100 °C and must be resistant to UV rays. The finished products are very durable and impact resistant. They can be exposed to sun and heat and generally do not change shape or color.


Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

ABS is known for its toughness and impact resistance, as well as being a durable and reliable material. One of its advantages is temperature stability and better flexibility than PLA. the printed product made with ABS material is resistant up to 85 °C, making ABS an excellent choice for outdoor or high temperature applications.


Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol

PETG filament is extremely durable, solid and odorless with temperature resistance up to 80 °C. It is an excellent filament that combines a combination of strength and flexibility and is usually used to make mechanical products in robotics. Because of its extremely minimal shrinkage and warping, it is ideal for printing large products. Its additional feature is special luster, and is also used for 3D printing decorative products.

PAHT-Carbon Fiber

High Temperature Polyamide-Carbon Fiber

PAHT-Carbon Fiber is tough, has excellent abrasion resistance, fatigue endurance, good chemical resistance, high strength and rigidity. Beside having excellent tensile and impact strength material compound allows short continuous use up to 160 °C. Smooth surface finish allows printability of functional prototypes. Because of its exceptional mechanical properties it can be used for various fixtures, tooling, composite moulds for various manufacturing processes or self use. Its light weight, is key advantage for weight reduction, without loosing performance-grade strength. 

PET-Carbon Fiber

Polyethylene Terephthalate-Carbon Fiber

PET CF filament has chopped carbon fiber reinforced structure, making its impact toughness much stronger. It has excellent mechanical properties and higher temperature resistance up to 125 °C. Printed parts can endure high-stress environments while remaining remarkably lightweight. Extremely smooth surface finish allows printability of functional prototypes. It can be used for various fixtures, tooling, composite moulds for various manufacturing processes or self use. Its light weight, is key advantage for weight reduction, without loosing performance-grade strength.


Nylon PA-6

Nylon is used to make functional prototypes, various types of tools, mechanical and other parts that require durability, wear resistance and temperature resistance up to 120 °C. It is one of the strongest, most durable and most versatile materials for 3D printing, thanks to interlayer adhesion and low friction. It is a rigid filament, but can bend slightly under pressure. This feature helps prevent the printed model from breaking. It is resistant to corrosion by alkali and other organic chemicals, making it a versatile 3D printing filament that can solve many mechanical requirements for engineers and manufacturers.



Polycarbonate filament is a strong, dimensionally stable, heat-resistant (120 °C) plastic with good impact strength. Because of its stiffness and stability the printed products retain their shape and dimensional accuracy. High impact strength makes this a tough material, suitable for high-durability applications like functional prototyping and manufacturing tooling.


Thermoplastic Polyurethanes

TPU filaments are essentially plastics with rubber-like qualities, making them extremely flexible and durable. Flexible filaments with a temperature resistance up to 80 °C, are commonly used to produce household appliances, automotive parts, and medical supplies. TPU is the right choice if you need something that is supposed to bend, stretch, or compress.


Polylactic Acid

PLA is environmentally friendly, biodegradable plastic resistant to temperatures up to 60 °C. Its mechanical strength isn’t suitable for producing high wear mechanical parts, but it is perfect for creating decorative items. PLA comes in different colors and options; basic colors, glow-in-the-dark properties, mixed with real wood or glitter, marble or silk effect.

Materials listed above, are just for easier understanding of mechanical properties between different types of plastics. Mechanical properties of 3D printed part depends on its design and shape.