FDM Printing

FDM is the most widely available 3D printing process, mainly used for design verification with rapid turnaround times and a range of material colours.

Explore our selection of thermoplastic materials to cover all performance and aesthetic requirements (with a selection of colours depending on the build material) including : ABS-ESD7, ABS-M30, ABS-M30i, ASA, Nylon 12, Nylon CF, PC, PC-ABS, PC-ISO, ULTEM1010, ULTEM9085.

FDM Materials

  • ABS-ESD7

    ABS-ESD7

    Durable and electrostatic-dissipative thermoplastic
  • Envelope feeding aid used in commercial printing

    ABS-M30

    Stronger than standard FDM ABS material
  • Educational model used by Alzheimer’s Research UK

    ABS-M30i

    High strength, durable and fine feature detail
  • Educational model used by Alzheimer’s Research UK

    ASA

    Outstanding UV stability and mechanical properties
  • Full-scale vehicle grill – spare part

    NYLON 12

    Primarily used in aerospace, automotive and consumer goods industries
  • Automotive application: vehicle pedal

    NYLON 12 CF

    Useful for strong but lightweight tooling applications
  • Industrial tooling

    PC

    Heat resistant with superior mechanical properties
  • Industrial tooling: toner bottle puck

    PC-ABS

    Combines strength, flexibility and heat resistance
  • Medical application

    PC-ISO

    Can be gamma or EtO sterilised in its raw state
  • Collection of aerospace parts

    ULTEM™ 1010

    The strongest and most durable thermoplastic on the market
  • Industrial tooling: forming tool

    ULTEM™ 9085

    Flame-retardant high-performance thermoplastic

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