BASF Stainless steel filaments are a unique game changing solution. Unlocking the potential for standard filament printers to be able to print fully solid stainless parts with little to no adjustment to their process. Stainless 316L is a chemical and corrosion resistant stainless steel (often used in the food industry) Stainless steel provides the ultimate strength and heat resistance from any 3d printing process.
BVOH is a soluble support similar to PVA. With the added benefit of dissolving twice as fast, not as sticky, and compatible with more materials. BVOH tends to clog less, outperforming PVA in almost every metric. All print settings and compatibility remain the same as PVA so switching from PVA to BVOH is a breeze.
Polypropylene Glass fiber has a unique combination of having superb chemical resistance, and a high percentage of Glass fiber (30%) that provides superb stiffness to the part. Ideal for engineering applications where chemical resistance and stiffness is paramount.
PC/ABS has better mechanical properties than ABS all around with the added bonus of being fire retardant with a UL94 V-0 Rating. Mostly used in the electronic and engineering applications
High temperature Carbon fiber nylon is among the most robust materials available. With the highest tensile strength and temperature resistance in the BASF portfolio, PAHTCF is the strongest material you can get for materials under 300C. Ideal for engineering and end use parts.
PET-CF Is a fantastic introductory Carbon fiber material. With low warping and water absorption properties, PETCF makes a great lower cost alternative to Nylon Carbon fiber when operating in moist or humid conditions. It prints with a superbly clean and consistent matte carbon fiber finish. Great for prototypes or end use parts.