Ultimaker Advanced 3D Printing Materials
Advanced Ultimaker Printing Materials: Choose from the wide variety of filaments to meet the needs of any application.
For building functional prototypes and complex end-use parts
Ultimaker's ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is formulated to ensure consistent interlayer adhesion and minimize warping. ABS material is an excellent choice for building functional prototypes and complex end-use parts.
Ideal for functional prototypes and mechanical parts
Ultimaker CPE (co-polyester) filament is an ideal choice for 3D printing functional prototypes and mechanical parts. CPE is formulated for chemical resistance, toughness, and reliable dimensional stability
Increased temperature resistance and higher impact strength than original CPE
Ultimaker's CPE+ filament is chemical resistant with high dimensional stability, with added advantages of increased temperature resistance and higher impact strength compared to original CPE.
Highly versatile, easy to print, and available in 11 colors
Ultimaker's PLA (polylactic acid) is a highly versatile, easy to print, filament available in 11 different colors. It prints reliably with high accuracy and a high-quality surface finish. This filament makes it an ideal material for a range of applications – from detailed prototypes to simple manufacturing jigs and gauges.
Great choice for 3D printing tools, functional prototypes, and end-use parts
Ultimaker's Nylon Filament is a polyamide grade based on PA6/66. It has reduced humidity absorption and longer shelf life compared to comparable nylon filaments. Able to withstand extreme mechanical stress, nylon material is a great choice for 3D printing tools, functional prototypes, and end-use parts.
Perfect for printing molds, tools, functional prototypes, and parts for short-run manufacturing
With Ultimaker's PC (polycarbonate) material, print parts that are robust, strong, and retain dimensional stability when subjected to temperatures up to 110 ºC. Their polycarbonate 3D printing material properties make it perfect for printing molds, tools, functional prototypes, and parts for short-run manufacturing.
From electrical components to living hinges, PP is a go-to filament for prototyping and end-use parts
Ultimaker's PP (polypropylene) is a durable, chemically resistant filament. It produces exceptional fatigue resistance, high levels of toughness, and a low-friction co-efficient. From electrical components to living hinges, PP another go-to filament for prototyping and end-use parts.
Unique water-soluble support material for multi-extrusion 3D printing
Ultimaker's PVA (polyvinyl alcohol) is a unique water-soluble support material for multi-extrusion 3D printing. It offers you freedom and convenience: to design complex model geometries that require supports, which dissolve away in tap water.
Ultimaker Tough PLA
Excellent choice for printing functional prototypes and tooling at larger sizes
Ultimaker's Tough PLA is a technical PLA (polylactic acid) filament with a toughness comparable to ABS. It is an excellent choice for printing functional prototypes and tooling at larger sizes – without worrying about delamination or warping. Their Tough PLA offers the same safe and simple use as regular PLA.
Ultimaker TPU 95A
Ideal for any application that demands chemical resistance and qualities of rubber and plastic
Ultimaker's TPU 95A (thermoplastic polyurethane) is a flexible filament, making it ideal for any application that demands chemical resistance and qualities of rubber and plastic. For a seamless 3D printing experience, Ultimaker has engineered it's TPU 95A to have an easier and faster printing experience than other TPU filaments on the market.
Breakaway support is easy and quick to remove
Ultimaker's Breakaway support is easy and quick to remove. It produces a smoother quality finish than other support materials, with no further post-processing needed.