3D Printing Materials

A wide range of plastics for 3D Printing, with applications in multiple industries. Ideal for both one-off prototypes and end-use custom parts.

CNC Machining Materials

Finished 3D Printing projects



3D Printing Design

Free to modify


Experience in 3D Printing

15 years


Maximum Machining size


Plastic Materials Of 3D Printing Process


Machining Properties


ABS Plastic

ABS Common thermoplastic with mechanical properties, High impact resistance, good heat resistance, and easy machinability. It is a wide range of materials in the world.

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3D Printed Nylon

PMMA is a transparent thermoplastic often used in sheet form as a lightweight or shatter-resistant alternative to glass. Its easy handling and processing, and low cost.

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PBT Plastics

A thermoplastic polymer produced from the monomer ethylene. With a high strength-to-density ratio and lower stiffness compared to Polypropylene.

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3D Printed PLA

Nylon is an excellent engineering thermoplastic, with good mechanical properties and high chemical and abrasion resistance.

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Frequently asked questions

Thermoset plastic and thermoplastic are two different types of plastic. Thermoset plastic is a type of plastic that cannot be melted and reformed. Once it has been molded, it will retain its shape. It can be used in CNC Machining. Thermoplastic is a type of plastic that can be melted and reformed. It is often used in injection molding.

The best plastic for CNC machining is dependent on the intended purpose of the final product. In general, softer plastics are easier to machine than harder plastics. However, harder plastics may be necessary for some applications. Some of the most common plastics used in CNC machining include:

1. Polyethylene (PE)

2. Polypropylene (PP)

3. Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS)

4. Polycarbonate (PC)

5. Ultem (PEI)

CNC machining is a process of cutting and shaping material using computer-controlled machines. The process can be used on a variety of materials, including metal, plastic, and wood. CNC machining is often used to create prototypes and production parts for a variety of industries, including automotive, aerospace, and medical.