This page contains material data sheets and technical information for the most common 3D printing materials used throughout the industry – so make sure to check back often. These materials made for 3D printing are constantly advancing. Furthermore, you can dive deeper into the data with our free 3D printing material optimization tool Optimatter. Based on 3000+ empirical tests, Optimatter allows you to visualize the many different 3D printing materials and their parameters. Best of all, Optimatter is free for individual use. Expand the link below to sign-up today.

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Looking for more information on 3D printing filament made for FDM 3D printers? In that case you should check out our 3D printing material options page. Similarly, if you are trying to find settings and profiles for 3D printing your parts in ABS or PLA we have you covered. Just take a look at our ABS settings and PLA settings pages for more information. Lastly, you can also check out My3DMatter which is our blog dedicated to material science in 3D printing and additive manufacturing.

Whether you are looking for FDM, MJF or SLS materials, we are familiar with all of the various methods and materials used in additive manufacturing and are here to help. Please contact us if you have any specific material questions.