Plastics

We dedicate innovation to your products and are constantly on the lookout for the solution that best meets your needs. Our team is at your service to guide and assist you in choosing the right technology and material for your  plastic 3D printing project.

A FULL RANGE OF 3D PRINTING MATERIALS FOR PLASTIC ADDITIVE MANUFACTURING

We provide a wide range of 3D printing materials and technologies. We can therefore manufacture all your parts: models, prototypes, pre-series and series productions.

You don’t know which material is the most suitable for your project or wish to have more details, please consult our comparison chart or contact us:

Epoxy resins

Used in Stereolithography & MOVINGLight® epoxy resin helps create a part from a 3D file in STL format.

White, beige or gray these resins offer excellent surface conditions and high precision.

Learn more about our range of resins to create your prototypes.

 

Our epoxy resins

Polyamide powders

Selective laser sintering SLS® is used to create parts layer by layer. The powder is deposited in successive layers and a laser melts the zones of the part to produce.

The parts are then adapted to functional, mechanical and heat tests. The powder is either natural or charged and can be aeronautics-certified. Learn more about our polyamide powder range.

 

Our polyamide powder

TPU-70A Powder

TPU-70A powder is an elastomeric material used in 3D printing by Selective Laser Sintering SLS®

This material allows the manufacture of flexible objects for a wide variety of applications such as bellows, seals, flexible hoses or even sports shoe insoles and luxury accessories. Its excellent elongation makes it possible to print highly flexible objects with a very high level of accuracy and high resolution.

Our TPU-70A powder

Polyurethane

Vacuum casting ensures accurate duplication of a model using a silicone mould.

Transparent or rigid polyurethane resins are used to create parts that are close to production-grade parts.

Learn more about how to produce small series fast and economically.

 

Polyurethane

Ultem®

A flame-resistant thermoplastic, ULTEM® is used in Fused deposition modelling FDM®. Its gold colour produces parts presenting an excellent surface condition.

This material is ideal for long-term heat resistance and is aeronautics-certified.

Learn more about its technical characteristics.

 

Our thermoplastic Ultem®

Polycarbonate

Used in Fused deposition modelling FDM®, polycarbonate is a white technical thermoplastic.

Polycarbonate produces parts that present excellent surface conditions and high resistance.

Learn more about its technical characteristics.

 

Polycarbonate

ABS

ABS is a technical thermoplastic used for Fused deposition modelling FDM®.

The ivory or black parts present excellent dimensional stability.

Learn more about its technical characteristics.

 

Our ABS materials

Multi-materials

Thanks to Polyjet®, technology, parts are created using multijet printer heads supplied by 4 cartridges with different materials in each.

Multi-material parts are thus obtained, providing a mix of flexibility and rigidity in the same part.

Learn more about our materials to validate your multi-material designs.

 

Our multi-materials offer