3D Printer Filaments
Just as baking requires precise ingredients and art requires paint and a canvas, additive manufacturing demands suitable materials for 3D printing. The materials you select will depend on your printing needs, part quantity and production speed, desired 3D printed part properties and your industrial 3D printing equipment. Würth offers a variety of filaments and resins to cater to your specific production requirements.
If you're exploring different materials for your application, don't hesitate to send us a message and feel free to attach the .stl / CAD file of the part you're working on. We'll gladly give a recommendation!
Before diving into the details, you might wonder, "What is the difference between a resin and a filament?" That's a great question!
Filaments are thermoplastic materials that can be melted and extruded for 3D printing a wide range of products using Fused Filament Fabrication (FFF) technology. A specific CAD file determines the final product's appearance, and the plastic is melted and extruded through a nozzle accordingly. This material is then applied layer by layer to the print bed until the individual layers form a completed object.
Resins, on the other hand, are liquid materials that solidify into objects when exposed to light in a process called Stereolithography (SLA) or Digital Light Processing (DLP). These synthetic resins are also known as photopolymers. The photosensitive resin is cured using different wavelengths of light to achieve different material properties. They are often used for objects with smooth surfaces, allowing for precise and clean results. Some resins require further curing to achieve desired properties, for which we carry the Dreve PCU 90, an industrial light polymerisation unit for curing high quality parts made of light-curing resins and by means of SL – stereolithography / DLP - digital light processing.
Additive Manufacturing with 3D Printing Materials
Würth Additive Group offers a variety of filaments and resins for 3D printing. Here is an overview of the materials available:
Polymaker provides an extensive selection of filaments, including PolyMide, PolyTerra, PolyLite, PolyMax, and PolyFlex, tailored to your specific needs.
Unlike Polymaker, Loctite focuses solely on producing resins, specifically designed for prototyping and mass production through customization. Loctite's resins are used in SLA and DLP 3D printing processes.
Würth offers Markforged 3D printers, which require use of their own Markforged branded materials. Markforged specializes in continuous fiber reinforcement technology in FFF printing, resulting in strong, lightweight parts. They also offer metal industrial 3D printing with filaments where a metal powder is bound in a filament which is removed after the printing process and then sintered.
3D Printer Filaments – Everything You Need to Know
At Würth Additive Group, we offer an assortment of different types of 3D printer filaments.
Our filament selection covers a variety of applications, with materials including PLA, ABS, PETG, TPU, carbon fiber, copper, fiberglass, inconel, kevlar, nylon, Onyx, and a selection of steels. Each material offers unique properties and benefits for specific use cases. For instance, carbon fiber is commonly utilized in sporting goods, robotics, and aviation for its lightweight strength. Fiberglass and Onyx serve as bend-resistant alternatives to carbon fiber. Inconel, a metal alloy, is employed in corrosion resistant and high-temperature applications. Kevlar is frequently used for protective gear and applications where heavy wear is expected. Nylon, a durable and rigid material, is suitable for creating composite materials and can be painted as well and which aren't abrasive like a carbon fiber filled part would be.
Looking for 3D printer filaments near you? All our resins and filaments can be purchased online and delivered promptly. If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Already purchased filaments but need the right printer? Look no further. Würth offers a variety of 3D printers and scanners to choose from:
Do you need an industrial 3D printer for your business? Learn more about different printers and the vast possibilities they offer for your enterprise.
Würth Additive Group provides four different printer brands, including technology from Kurtz Ersa and Markforged for metal printing, Rapid Shape for photopolymer liquid resin prints, and Arburg for injection molding.
→ Industrial Metal 3D Printing: Learn more about Kurtz Ersa
→ Continuous Fiber and Carbon 3D Printing: Learn more about Markforged
→ Industrial Resin 3D Printing: Learn more about Rapid Shape
→ Industrial 3D Printing with Pellets: Learn more about Arburg
Currently, we offer the EinScan Pro HD 3D scanner from Shining 3D, which enables you to upgrade your reverse engineering capabilities.
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Onyx™ - Markforged's flagship composite base material - is a micro carbon fiber filled nylon that delivers precision parts with near flawless surfa...View full details$190.00| /$1,710.00| /
This is a 10 pack of Markforged Onyx 800cc spools. Buy in bulk or subscribe and save to cut your material cost! Onyx is a micro carbon fiber filled...View full details$1,710.00| /$170.00| /
Nylon White is strong, rigid and reliable. The material has a smooth, non-abrasive surface and can be reinforced with any of Markforged's continuou...View full details$170.00| /$230.00| /
Markforged's Onyx FR is a Blue Card certified UL94 V-0 material that possesses similar mechanical properties to Onyx. It’s best for applications in...View full details$230.00| /$150.00| /
Markforged 50cc spool - Carbon Fiber has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of our reinforcing fibers. Six times stronger and eighteen times stif...View full details$150.00| /$450.00| /
Markforged Carbon Fiber 150cc spool - Carbon Fiber has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of our reinforcing fibers. Parts with inlaid continuous...View full details$450.00| /$19.99| /
Polymaker's PolyTerra™ PLA is a bioplastic based 3D printing filament designed from the ground up to create the next generation of PLA, providing e...View full details$19.99| /$300.00| /
Markforged's bound-powder copper filament is designed for use on the Markforged Metal X. It produces ductile metal parts with material-typical prop...View full details$300.00| /$230.00| /
Markforged's D2 Tool Steel is a bound-powder tool steel filament designed to be used on the Markforged Metal X. The material is best known for its ...View full details$230.00| /$330.00| /
Markforged's bound-powder inconel 625 filament is designed to be used on the Markforged Metal X system. Parts made from this material are well suit...View full details$330.00| /$230.00| /
Markforged's bound-powder H13 Tool Steel filament is designed for use on the Markforged Metal X system. The material is a hot-work class steel opti...View full details$230.00| /$300.00| /
Markforged 150cc high temperature fiberglass CFF spool - High Strength High Temperature (HSHT) Fiberglass exhibits aluminum strength and high heat ...View full details$300.00| /$130.00| /
Markorged's 17-4 PH Stainless Steel is a spool of filament bound metal powder. it is designed for use on the Markforged Metal X 3D printer. It prod...View full details$130.00| /$230.00| /
Markforged's A2 Tool Steel bound powder filament is a general-use, versatile tool steel that balances wear resistance and toughness. It performs we...View full details$230.00| /$29.99| /
Polymaker's PolyLite™ ASA is an alternative to ABS with an improved weather resistance. Its UV resistance and excellent mechanical properties make ...View full details$29.99| /$100.00| /
Markforged 50cc spool - High Strength High Temperature (HSHT) Fiberglass exhibits aluminum strength and high heat tolerance. Five times as strong a...View full details$100.00| /$100.00| /
Markforged 50cc spool - Kevlar® possesses excellent durability, making it optimal for parts that experience repeated and sudden loading. As stiff a...View full details$100.00| /$186.30| /
Novamid® AM1030 FR (F) is the first ever UL Blue Card certified PA6/66 filament for open systems. Now applications can be printed that require UL c...View full details$186.30| /$44.99| /
Polymaker's PolyMide™ PA6-CF is a carbon fiber reinforced PA6 (Nylon 6) filament. The carbon fiber reinforcement provides significantly improved st...View full details$44.99| /$49.99| /
Polymaker's PolyMide™ CoPA is based on a copolymer of Nylon 6 and Nylon 6,6. The filament combines excellent strength, toughness, and heat resistan...View full details$49.99| /$39.99| /
Polymaker's PolyMax™ PC is an engineered PC filament combining excellent strength, toughness, heat resistance and printing quality. It is the ideal...View full details$39.99| /from $29.99| /
Polymaker's PolyMide™ PA6-GF is a glass fiber reinforced PA6 (Nylon 6) filament. The material exhibits excellent thermal and mechanical properties ...View full detailsfrom $29.99| /$29.99| /
Polymaker's PolyLite™ PC is produced using a polycarbonate resin specifically engineered for 3D printing. It delivers good stiffness and heat resis...View full details$29.99| /Sort by
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