ABS is a plastic material that's great for mechanical strength and early stage rough prototypes. ABS is a cost-effective material for initial prototyping applications, and with post-processing options it can offer better surface finish than PLA.
ABS-like is our closest representation of injection molded ABS in a 3D printed material. It has the same high resolution appearance as VeroWhite, but the material is much stronger and more durable.
Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) Nylon has excellent flexural strength and heat deflection properties and is a great choice for both end-use production parts and functional prototypes. MJF is a highly cost effective process at high quantities in the hundreds.
Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) Nylon is a synthetic 3D printed polymer material that’s strong, durable and also has some flex to it. As a result, Nylon is a great material choice for snap fits, brackets, clips, and spring features. SLS Nylon is most cost effective in lower quantities compared with MJF Nylon.
PLA is a great 3D printing material for early stage prototyping on simple geometry parts, made out of biodegradable corn starch. Because this material is relatively cheap, you can cost effectively 3D print multiple iterations of an early stage part design.
Rubber-like is one of the unique printing capabilities of PolyJet machines because of the PhotoPolymer resin used in this style of printing. The prints will give you full flexibility of parts and allow you to simulate rubbers between Shore 27A and Shore 90A.
Vero is a high resolution 3D printing material that's excellent for checking your prototype's fit and accuracy. With its 16 micron resolution, this material works great for visual models, especially if they require painting.
VeroClear is a quick-turn translucent material, fabricated using PolyJet 3D printing technology. It works great to replicate clear parts or create light pipes which need to diffuse light over a distance.