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Your Key Ingredient for Additive Manufacturing Excellence

In order to create impressive 3D printed objects, you need top-quality materials such as filaments and resins. At Würth Additive Group, we are proud to offer a range of different materials that are perfect for your individual production needs. 

A batch of 3D printed clips, render.

In this image you see a batch of resin 3D printed clips that are used to hold items together in a variety of industries. This render highlights how mass production of smaller parts can be realized with resin 3D printing.

When it comes to designing a new manufacturing process, it's important to understand the difference between a resin and a filament. Filaments are thermoplastics that can be melted for 3D printing various products, while resins are liquid materials that solidify through a photopolymerization process. Both materials have unique properties that can be leveraged for different 3D printing processes and desired outcomes. As a manufacturer, it's crucial to consider why a certain material is currently used in production and explore alternative materials or composites that can achieve similar or enhanced functionality. By understanding the benefits of different materials and additive manufacturing processes, you can optimize your production and create high-quality parts.

3D Printing Materials - Your Gateway to Additive Manufacturing Success

We are proud to offer filaments and resins from the world's leading manufacturers, including Henkel Loctite, Polymaker, and Markforged. You can choose from a wide range of products to suit your specific needs, such as PolyMide, PolyTerra, PolyLite, PolyMax, PolyFlex, and more.

Our filaments come in a variety of materials, including carbon fiber, copper, fiberglass, inconel, kevlar, nylon, onyx, stainless steel, and others. Each material has its own unique characteristics and is perfect for different applications.

A visual example of what kevlar fiber laid into a composite 3D printed part could look like. You can clearly see the continuous fiber strands laid strategically to only reinforce specific areas of the part.

A visual example of what kevlar fiber laid into a composite 3D printed part could look like. You can clearly see the continuous fiber strands laid strategically to only reinforce specific areas of the part.

Our resins are specifically designed for prototyping and mass production, made possible through customization. Allow us to understand your application and needs and we'll be glad to give a recommendation.

3D Printer Filaments - Everything You Need to Know

At Würth Additive Group, we offer a range of filaments and resin types to suit all your 3D printing needs. Filaments are perfect for creating a wide range of products, from sportswear to robotics components to aviation. Resins are ideal for objects with a smooth surface finish.

Our filaments come in a variety of sizes and colors, and our resins come in different quantities to meet your needs. We also offer a subscription service, which allows you to save 5% on your costs when you subscribe to your delivery every 30, 60, or 90 days.

Do You Need More Information?

We understand that choosing the right 3D printing materials can be a daunting task. That's why our team of experts is always available to provide personalized advice and support. Whether you need help choosing the right filament or resin for your project, or you need guidance on using our 3D printers and scanners, we're here to help.

3D Printers and Scanners

In addition to our wide range of 3D printing materials, we also offer a variety of 3D printers and scanners to suit all your needs. From metal printing to photo-cure liquid resin prints to injection molding, we have the technology and expertise you need to take your production to the next level.

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If you have any questions or need further information on our 3D printing materials, printers, or scanners, please do not hesitate to contact us. Our team of experts is always available to help you achieve your additive manufacturing goals.

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