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MATERIALS

FILAMENTS

At Andrew Additive 3D, we offer a wide selection of high-quality materials for your 3D printing projects. Our range includes popular materials such as PLA, ABS, TPU, PLA Wood, PLA-CF, PETG, and Polypropylene, ensuring versatility and compatibility with various applications. PLA (Polylactic Acid) is a biodegradable and environmentally friendly material that offers ease of use and a smooth surface finish. ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is known for its strength, durability, and heat resistance, making it suitable for functional prototypes and end-use parts. TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane) offers flexibility and elasticity, making it ideal for applications requiring rubber-like properties. PLA Wood combines the ease of printing with the aesthetic appeal of wood, creating a natural-looking finish. PLA-CF (Carbon Fiber) provides increased strength and stiffness, making it suitable for applications requiring enhanced mechanical properties. PETG (Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol) offers a good balance between strength, flexibility, and printability, making it a popular choice for a wide range of projects. Polypropylene offers excellent chemical resistance and is commonly used for applications requiring chemical compatibility. With our wide selection of materials, you can choose the perfect one to achieve your desired outcomes for your 3D printing projects.

PLA

Polylactic acid

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PLA

(WOOD)

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ABS

Acrylonitrile Butadiene

Styrene

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PP

Polypropylene

PETG

Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol

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TPU

Thermoplastic Polyurethane

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PLA

Polylactic acid

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ABS

Acrylonitrile

Butadiene Styrene

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PLA-CF

PLA - Carbon Fibre

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POWDERS

At Andrew Additive 3D, we offer a range of high-quality powder materials for your 3D printing needs. Our selection includes materials such as nylon, polyamide, metal powders, and ceramic powders. Nylon and polyamide powders are commonly used in Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) printers, offering excellent strength, durability, and heat resistance. These materials are suitable for producing functional prototypes and end-use parts with intricate geometries. Metal powders, including stainless steel, aluminum, and titanium, are utilized in Metal 3D Printing technologies like Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) or Binder Jetting (BJT). Metal powder printing allows for the production of complex metal parts with high strength and precise details. Ceramic powders are used for creating ceramic objects, enabling the production of intricate and heat-resistant parts. With our range of powder materials, you can explore various options to achieve the desired characteristics and applications for your 3D printed objects.

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PA 11

(Polyamide 11)

PA 11, also known as nylon is a chemically and mechanically heat-resistant material, ideally suited for highly technical applications thanks to its durability. 

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PA 12

(Polyamide 12)

White polyamide 12 powder is also known as nylon. Parts made from PA 12 are robust, stable, chemically resistant and versatile.

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TPE

(Thermoplastic Elastomers)

Materials of this polymer class have similar performance characteristics as elastomers.

METAL POWDERS

At Andrew Additive 3D, we provide an array of premium metal powders tailored for your advanced 3D printing needs. Our diverse selection includes SS 316, SS 316 L, SS n30 L, SS 15-5 PH, SS 17-4 PH, nickel alloy 718, Tool Steel D2, Tool Steel H13, Tool Steel S7, and Tool Steel M2. These metal powders are meticulously crafted for cutting-edge Metal 3D Printing technologies like Direct Metal Laser Sintering (DMLS) and Binder Jetting (BJT). Each metal offers unique properties, such as high strength, precise detailing, and heat resistance, ensuring the production of complex and robust metal parts. With our extensive range of metal powders, you can delve into various options to achieve the specific characteristics and applications you desire for your 3D printed objects

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SS 316

(Stainless Steel 316)

SS 316 is a corrosion-resistant stainless steel alloy, recognized for its excellent strength and resistance to pitting and crevice corrosion in chloride environments

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SS 316 L

(Stainless Steel 316 L)

SS 316 L is the low-carbon version of SS 316, offering similar corrosion resistance properties. Its lower carbon content enhances weldability and reduces the risk of sensitization

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SS N30 L

(Nitronic 30 L)

Nitronic 30 L is a nitrogen-strengthened austenitic stainless steel, known for its high strength, excellent corrosion resistance, and wear resistance in extreme environments

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SS 15-5 PH

(Stainless Steel 15-5 PH)

SS 15-5 PH is a precipitation-hardening stainless steel, combining excellent corrosion resistance with high strength. It is often used in aerospace applications

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SS 17-4 PH

(Stainless Steel 17-4 PH)

SS 17-4 PH is a precipitation-hardening stainless steel alloy, offering a unique combination of corrosion resistance, high strength, and hardness

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Nickel Alloy 718

Nickel Alloy 718 is a high-strength, corrosion-resistant nickel-chromium alloy. It is known for its exceptional mechanical properties at elevated temperatures and corrosion resistance

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Tool Steel D2

Tool Steel D2 is a high-carbon, high-chromium, air-hardening tool steel. It provides excellent wear resistance, making it suitable for cutting tools and industrial applications

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Tool Steel H13

Tool Steel H13 is a hot-work tool steel with high toughness and heat resistance. It is widely used in die-casting and forging applications

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Tool Steel S7

Tool Steel S7 is a shock-resistant air-hardening tool steel, known for its high impact toughness and excellent resistance to softening at high temperatures

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Tool Steel M2

Tool Steel M2 is a high-speed steel known for its exceptional hardness and wear resistance. It is commonly used in cutting tools and drill bits

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 Maraging Steel 18Ni-300

Maraging Steel 18Ni-300—Tough, fatigue-resistant, and corrosion-proof. Perfect for aerospace parts and tooling. Unmatched strength through precise heat treatment

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RESINS

Andrew Additive 3D offers a diverse selection of high-quality resin materials for your 3D printing needs. Our range includes various types of resins, such as standard resins, engineering resins, and specialty resins. Standard resins provide excellent detail and surface finish, making them suitable for visual models, figurines, and jewelry. Engineering resins, on the other hand, offer enhanced mechanical properties and durability, making them ideal for functional prototypes and end-use parts that require strength and impact resistance. Specialty resins cater to specific applications, such as flexible resins for creating rubber-like objects or dental resins for producing dental models and orthodontic appliances. Our resin materials are formulated to provide optimal performance and compatibility with different 3D printers, ensuring reliable and consistent results. With our range of resin materials, you can achieve high-quality, detailed, and functional 3D prints for a wide range of applications.        

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Wax Resin

Specifically designed for casting, Phrozen Castable Dental & Jewelry Resins burn cleanly to provide reliable casting for all types of 3D printed models, especially 3D printed jewelry, and dental parts.

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Nylon Resin

Phrozen TR250LV High Temp 3D Printer Resin comes with high thermal resistance, high mechanical strength, and with a certain toughness, making it ideal for making functional 3D printed parts.

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Aqua-Gray 4K Resin

Phrozen's new Aqua-Gray 4K resin is designed to showcase 3D models in high resolution and works best with the new Sonic Mini 4K 3D Printer. 

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Aqua-Green 4K Resin

Phrozen Aqua-Green is developed for low shrinkage and high precision printing. Its low warpage & dimensional stability are especially good for precise parts.

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