Your Source for Advanced 3D Printing Materials

The materials you choose for your 3D printing projects play a critical role in achieving your desired results. That is why we are committed to providing our customers with a range of high-quality polymer and metal materials.

At Endeavor 3D, our team of experts are here to guide you through the process of selecting the right materials for your specific application.

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Material Selection by Technology

HP Multi Jet Fusion

HP Multi Jet Fusion stands as a revolutionary technology, redefining the boundaries of precision, speed, and versatility. This binder jetting 3D printing process utilizes a combination of fusing and detailing agents to create high-quality, functional parts with remarkable accuracy.

Nylon PA12

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Nylon PA12W

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Nylon PA11

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BASF ULTRASINT TPU

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MJF Material Properties

Material






Tensile Strength


48 MPa


49 MPa


52 MPa


9 MPa


Elongation at Break


9-17 %


15-20 %


35-50 %


120-220 %


Heat Deflection Temperature


95°C-175°C


95°C-175°C


54°C-185°C


50°C-65°C


3D Printed Polymer Parts

HP Metal Jet

HP Metal Jet 3D printing is transforming the way parts are manufactured by leveraging the power of binder jetting for the fabrication of complex metal parts. With HP Metal Jet, manufacturers can produce metal parts with reduced production time and exceptional detail that is oftentimes impossible to achieve with traditional manufacturing methods.

17-4PH Stainless Steel

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316L Stainless Steel

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Metal Jet 3D Printing Materials

Material




Tensile Strength


µ=1277 (min=1261)


µ=561 (min=557)


Elongation at Break


µ=6% (min=4%)


µ=61% (min=59%)


Hardness (HRC)


µ=40 (min=33)


µ=65 (min=56)


3D Printed Metal Parts

Materialize Your Vision

Talk to a 3D printing expert to discover the ideal material for your project

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Plastics Are Driving 3D Printing’s Growth

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3D Printing Materials for Automotive Applications

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