3D Printing Materials

We offer three types of materials for 3D printing: PLA, ABS and Flexible. Each material offers a unique combination of practical and aesthetic properties to suit a variety of products. You may consult us for identifying the most suitable material for your application.

PLA (Polylactic Acid)



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  • Visual Products and Toys
  • 3D Print Consumer Products
  • Models with Finer feature detail
  • Food packaging and disposable tableware

Other features:

  • Most popularly used 3D Printing material
  • Biodegradable thermoplastic
  • PLA becomes soft around 50°C

ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)


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  • Functional Parts
  • Durable parts that need to withstand higher temperatures
  • Ideal for small parts

Other features:

  • Not considered food safe
  • Minor bending before snapping
  • Higher melting point than PLA



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  • Elastic Parts
  • Toys and novelty items
  • Wearables
  • Phone cases

Other features:

  • Rubber-Like material
  • Not considered food safe


Post Processing of 3D Printed models

Post processing techniques are usually used for end consumer products to enhance the surface finish.

1. Basic Support Removal:

Support material from the 3D printed model is removed manually.

2. Smooth Surface Support Removal + Surface Finishing:

Surface finishing of the 3D printed model is done by sanding.

3. Painted Support Removal + Surface Finishing + Spray Paint:

3D printed model is spray painted.