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3D Printing

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3D Printing

Raw materials for production of filaments for 3D printing


Buying a 3D printer opens the door to a universe of possibilities. Whether it's something functional like prosthetics or entertainment parts for board games - there is one common need to tie everything together: the filament.

Following the new trends and technologies for processing, we are able to provide our customers producing filaments or 3D monofilaments for (FDM), a technology that works both horizontally and vertically, where an extrusion nozzle moves over a build platform. The process involves the use of thermoplastic material that reaches melting point and is then forced out, to create a 3D object layer by layer. The materials used are thermoplastic polymers in the form of a thread, and FDM is the most widely used technology for 3D printing. Our wide and constantly updated selection of filament materials includes ABS, HIPS, HDPE, masterbatches (and additives. The products we offer are characterized by their easy processing, which is essential for accurate control of the diameter of the produced threads .

3D Printing


Our portfolio includes :

  • ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) has a long history in the 3D printing world. This material was one of the first plastics to be used with industrial 3D printers. Many years later, ABS is still a very popular material thanks to its low cost and good mechanical properties. ABS is known for its toughness and impact resistance, allowing you to print durable parts that will hold up to extra usage and wear. 
  • HIPS, or High Impact Polystyrene, is one of the most versatile and cost-efficient 3D printable plastics available on the current market. HIPS is a lightweight shockproof thermoplastic that provides models built from it with a neatly-looking appearance. It is a more lightweight analog of ABS that is easy to sand, polish, and dye with acrylic paints. Besides, it can repeatedly undergo melting and hardening without losing its mechanical properties.
  • HDPE, or High Density Polyethylene, there are many features of HDPE of which one can take advantage of, while 3D printing parts and functional prototypes. This material is light in nature, flexible while using, easy to dye and mold, and has a good insulating property. Because of the material’s lower density, each 3D printed objects retain their buoyancy even at sizes which are large enough. HDPE also has the ability to not absorb water, so it is not hygroscopic.
  • PP, or Polypropylene, our portfolio of polypropylenes for 3D filaments are specially developed to meet the highest demands of the sectors using FFF (Fused Filament Fabrication, also known as FDM) and FGF (Fused Granular Fabrication) filaments, and are distinguished by their excellent mechanical properties, processing and stability. In addition to the general purpose grades, compounds with glass fibers or mineral fillers are also available.
  • Additives
  • Masterbatches                      


Some of the applications are:


  • production of 3D printer filament rolls in thermoplastic material
  • prototyping
  • modeling and design
  • biomedical articles; minor modifications to existing equipment
  • rails and dies for machine and manual intervention on planar and not planar surfaces
  • articles, objects, jewelry and custom logos
  • integrative and interactive objects for education support
  • objects for hobby modeling