Material sheets


Accura 25: White resin. A precise and flexible plastic ideal for instant-fit assemblies, masters for vacuum molding and functional and durable prototypes, with the appearance of polypropylene (PP). Clearvue: Translucent or transparent resin depending on the finish. It is a very clear plastic with excellent moisture resistance for many applications where transparency is essential, such as headlights, complex assemblies or fluid flows. This plastic has the appearance of a transparent polycarbonate (PC). Evolve: White resin. This resin is adapted for a need of mechanical strength. It is almost indistinguishable from traditional finished thermoplastics, making it perfect for manufacturing parts and prototypes for functional test applications. GP plus: Resin of white color. This material reflects production plastics such as ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) and PBT (Polybutylene Terephthalate), making it an ideal choice for virtually any application. Next: White color resin. This plastic has the appearance, feel and performance of a thermoplastic but with a hardness, durability and accuracy that are not traditionally observed in stereolithography resins. Perform (Nanotool): Off-white resin. It is suitable for high temperature tests. It enables the production of robust, rigid and high temperature resistant composite parts, ideal for tooling and wind tunnel testing. Prototherm: Resin pink (opaque). This material offers high temperature resistance with exceptional surface finish. This resin also offers superior dimensional stability, making your parts rugged for testing.

Sintering powder:

PA 650: Polyamide PA 12 type white. Combines strength, durability and chemical resistance and produces rugged and durable prototype parts. PA 615: Glass filled polyamide. The addition of fiberglass to nylons significantly improves stress resistance, strength, thermal distortion temperatures, abrasion resistance and dimensional stability. PA 625 HST: Polyamide with mineral filler. The addition of mineral fiber increases the mechanical and thermal resistance of the material.

HP Multi Jet Fusion:

PA 12: Polyamide PA 12. The material is characterized by good elasticity and high impact resistance. In addition, the polyamide has excellent resistance to chemicals such as hydrocarbons, oils and solvents. It combines strength and durability, and produces rugged and durable prototype parts.

Vacuum casting:

8095: Polyurethane resin of transparent ABS type. Good resistance to temperature. PX212: Translucent PU resin. Prototype parts of PP or HDPE appearance with good temperature resistance. PX234: Translucent yellow PA6.6 type resin loaded. Contretype of PPS. PEEK. Ideal for any room having to withstand high temperature. PX245: White PU resin. Ideal for the production of models having mechanical properties close to certain thermoplastics such as polyoxymethylene (POM) or polyamide (PA). PR1700: Transparent PC-type PU resin. Material for producing optical parts with excellent UV resistance and properties close to PMMA and PC. 9012: White polyurethane resin suitable for food contact (not tintable). 9070: Transparent elastomer resin with excellent optical properties (perfect clarity). 8263: Translucent white PU resin of type V0. Fire retardant material with good impact resistance. PR751: Black polyurethane resin type PA6.6. Any need to achieve semi-flexible parts with impact-resistant and mechanically demanding quality such as bumpers or for the hinge effect. 8400: Polyurethane resin of elastomer type. Several hardnesses are possible between 30 and 95 Shore A. This material gives a rubbery appearance to the piece produced.

Fused depostion modeling:

ABS (ESD7): Enables electronics manufacturers to extend the use of 3D printing on the assembly line. Static dissipation also makes it the ideal material for applications in the presence of powders, dust and mist that otherwise are attracted to plastic parts. PC (Polycarbonate): excellent mechanical properties, impact resistance and heat resistance. Ultem 9085: Thermoplastic that is ideal for aerospace, automotive and military applications due to its FST classification. Ultem 1010: Offers the best resistance to heat, chemicals and stress of all thermoplastics produced by wire removal. PC-ABS: PC and ABS blend offering the unique combination of high processability of ABS with excellent mechanical properties, impact resistance and PC heat resistance. Nylon: the toughest material in the industry. ASA (Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate): combines mechanical strength and UV stability with the most advanced aesthetics of wire removal. PEEK (Polyetheretherketone): has excellent mechanical and chemical resistance properties that are kept at high temperatures. CarbonX: Carbon fiber filled material that provides a structural component with high modulus, improved chemical and thermal resistance.