3D Printing Materials

At CreaFab3D we support your projects through innovative solutions in high-performance materials. Get to know our certified 3D printing materials with a fully qualified process to guarantee high performance for all your applications.

We have the possibility to develop customised materials, as well as to optimise the appropriate processing parameters to find the ideal mechanical properties and life cycle for each component. We analyse and certify the characterisation and quality of the material based on mechanical tests, metallurgical analysis and certified non-destructive methods.



Stainless steel with very good corrosion resistance, toughness and ductility as well as high resistance to acids. This combination is ideal for a wide range of applications in the aerospace, automotive, energy, jewelry, medical, defense, and other industries.

Good strength, toughness and dynamic properties, as well as good thermal properties and low density. Is the most used aluminum-based alloy in additive manufacturing.

This superalloy offers one of the highest tensile strengths in AM, which can exceed 500 MPa. It is lightweight and shows excellent mechanical properties at high working temperatures. It is mainly used in the aeronautical sector.

It is a superalloy developed for high performance applications at the highest temperatures, especially those in aerospace and industrial gas turbine engines. Unique combination of creep resistance and thermal stability.

Tool steel that shows very good mechanical properties and is easily heat treatable through a simple martensitic hardening process to obtain a hardness above 50 HRC and excellent strength.

Scalmalloy® is the highest strength AM processable aluminum alloy. Provides competitive specific density properties due to its low density. Combining high strength with excellent ductility, it is the ideal materialm for critical parts subjected to high stresses.

It is a high strength Fe-Ni-chromium alloy with high performance mechanical properties at high working temperatures. It has, in turn, a great corrosion resistance.

Ti6Al4V is a lightweight alloy characterized by excellent mechanical properties and resistance to corrosion, combined with a low specific weight and biocompatibility. Its most prominent applications are medical and aerospace.



PA12 is the most used material in SLS. The manufactured parts are characterized by their strength, stiffness and good chemical resistance. They are also biocompatible and certified for contact with food.


This metallic gray looking PA12 material is filled with aluminum and is characterized by its high rigidity, metallic appearance and a wide range of useful finishing options such as grinding, polishing or coating.

It is relatively easy to machine and has excellent temperature resistance, resulting in very good dimensional stability and high temperature performance.

The parts manufactured with this material are translucent white and are characterized by having a high resistance to impact and notable elongation at break. They do not splinter under high mechanical loads and, compared to PA 12, have a higher resistance to temperature and greater response to impact.

This PA 11 is based on renewable resources,

This white PA12 powder is filled with glass beads. Parts made of this material show high rigidity and good elongation at break. They are also especially wear and tear resistant and thermally resilient.

This material is mainly used in vehicle engines and molding material for deepdrawing tools

This polyamide 12 is equipped with a halogenfree chemical flame retardant. At wall thicknesses greater than 3 mm, it meets the required fire protection class UL 94 / V-0, primarily relevant for the production of electric and electronic components and applications in the aerospace and mobility sectors.

The components made of this white elastomer are extremely resistant to hydrolysis, with high resilience and good tribological properties. The degree of flexibility can be influenced by the design of the part and the choice of process parameters. Also, different degrees of flexibility can be achieved in the same part.


PLA (polylactic acid) is highly versatile, easy to print, and available in 11 colors. I prints reliably with high dimensional accuracy and a quality surface finish. This makes it an ideal material for a range of applications – from detailed prototypes to simple manufacturing jigs and gauges.

ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is formulated to minimize warping and ensure consistent interlayer adhesion. ABS material is a great choice for creating functional prototypes and complex end-use parts.

CPE (co-polyester) material is an ideal choice for 3D printing functional prototypes and mechanical parts. This filament is formulated for chemical resistance, toughness, and reliable dimensional stability.

With PC (polycarbonate) material, print parts that are tough, strong, and retain dimensional stability when subjected to temperatures as high as 110 ºC. PC properties make it perfect for printing molds, tools, functional prototypes, and parts for short-run manufacturing.

PP (polypropylene) is a durable, chemical resistant material. It has exceptional fatigue resistance, high levels of toughness, and a low-friction co-efficient. From electrical components to living hinges, PP is the goto material for prototyping and end-use parts.

Tough PLA is a technical PLA (polylactic acid) material with a toughness similar to ABS. It is ideal for printing functional prototypes and tooling at larger sizes – without delamination or warping.

Nylon is a polyamide grade based on PA6/66. It features reduced humidity absorption and a longer shelf life compared to other nylon filaments. Able to withstand significant mechanical stress, nylon material is a great choice for 3D printing tools, functional prototypes, and end-use parts.

TPU 95A (thermoplastic polyurethane) is a flexible material, making it ideal for applications that demand chemical resistance and the qualities of rubber and plastic.


Easy to use and versatile. Properties including good printability, toughness, chemical resistance, wear resistance, and temperature resistance make PETG suitable for a wide range of applications.



Composite base

Onyx is a Nylon material filled with carbon microfibers. It is notably stronger and more resistant than ABS and offers high strength, toughness and chemical resistance.

Onyx FR is a flame-retardant variant of Onyx. The material is considered V-0 (selfextinguishing) at thicknesses greater than or equal to 3 mm. It can be reinforced with any continuous fiber.

Carbon fiber is an ultra-strong continuous fiber. When embedded in a base material like Onyx it is extremely stiff and strong, and can produce parts as strong as 6061-T6 aluminum.

Continuous fibre reinforcement

Fiberglass is a material capable of yielding parts 10 times stronger than ABS when placed on a base material such as Onyx. Fiberglass provides a more affordable alternative to carbon fiber.

Kevlar is a continuous fiber characterized by its excellent toughness and exceptional strength. When laid into a base material, it produces extremely impact resistant parts.

HSHT Fiberglass is defined by having high strength (almost equal to 6061-T6 aluminum) and high temperature resistance. Although not as stiff as continuous carbon fiber, HSHT reinforced Onyx parts are resistant to both low and high temperatures.


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