Our extensive and versatile portfolio of engineered materials addresses the widest range of applications and performance characteristics in 3D printing, with plastic, elastomer, composite, wax, metal, bio-compatible and more material types.

Metal Materials

Ranging from aluminum, maraging steel, steel, various grades of titanium, as well as nickel and cobalt chrome alloys, 3D Systems offers you an extensive portfolio of sophisticated, ready-to-run metal alloys for Direct Metal Printing (DMP) with the respective, thoroughly tested build parameters for our DMP printer range.


Plastic Materials

Our 3D printing materials can mimic a wide array of engineering plastics, elastomers and composites and match your specific applications needs in terms of flexibility, durability, stiffness, toughness, stability, clarity, look and feel, bio-compatibility, temperature or water resistance and more. From concept modeling and functional testing to rapid tooling and direct parts manufacturing, improve your performances with 3D Systems’ plastics.

Full Color Materials

With a vast color gamut, ColorJet Printing composite material can generate stunningly beautiful, photo-realistic full-color parts for concept validation and communication. Using cyan, magenta, yellow and, in some printers black, binders to print onto a white powder, it can create both monochrome and full CMYK parts.


Metal Casting

With a choice of 100% wax material for high resolution patterns for use with standard lost-wax casting process or castable plastics for ash-free clean castings, increase metal castings quality and productivity. From micro-detailed to extra-large, get precision metal parts fast by printing accurate, repeatable and affordable sacrificial patterns without tooling.


Choose from our castable and pressable wax-ups materials, or our direct metal printing alloys, to quickly and economically produce crowns, bridges, veneers, partials and frames. Manufacture precision working models in stone-like materials, orthodontic thermoforming models in durable plastics, and drill guides with biocompatible and transparent materials. Explore unlimited design possibilities with direct metal printing of implant-supported structures.