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3D printed bearings


Custom 3D-printed plain bearings from igus® are made from our high-performance polymers that have been proven to last up to 50 times longer than standard 3D-printing materials inside moving applications. We extensively test our engineered composite plastic iglide® materials inside our 41,000-square-foot test lab to ensure every 3D-printed part offers exceptional wear resistance comparable to injection-molded components. All igus® 3D printed parts are low-friction, maintenance-free and self-lubricating. Production of our 3D-printed plain bearings takes a maximum of 72 hours, and any special shape or size is possible. We produce 3D-printed components for prototypes and small batches, no minimum order quantity required!

Advantages of 3D-printed plain bearings

  • All special shapes and sizes possible
  • Produced within a maximum of 72 hours
  • Tribological properties comparable to injection-molded parts
  • Quantities of approximately 1 to 4,000 pieces


Use our 3D-printing service to configure and purchase bearings

  • Upload CAD file
  • Check for weak points if necessary
  • Select printing method and iglide® polymer
  • Specify required quantity
  • Check price and order

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Get your component made by the 3D printing service

iglidur filaments and powders for the 3D printing of your component

Filament and laser sintering powder made of iglide® polymer

  • Up to 50 times more abrasion resistant than standard material
  • Wear-resistant components for prototypes and small batches
  • Simple processing
  • Ideal for tribological applications
  • Self-lubricating and dirt resistant

Learn more about 3D printing materials

View our 3D-printing test lab

We extensively test the tribological properties of our engineered composite plastics inside our 41,000-square-foot test lab to ensure every 3D-printed part will last 50 times longer than typical 3D-printing materials inside moving applications.

View the 3D printing test lab
3D printed gear made of iglidur polymer in tribology test


Application Assistance

For further questions or product information, please contact:

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Kevin Wright

Regional Director Canada

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Customer Service:

Monday to Friday from 8 am - 5 pm

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