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igus® Canada

180 Bass Pro Mills Drive


Ontario L4K 0G9

+1 (800) 965-2496
+1 905 760-8688

3D Printed Grippers for the Packaging and Bottling Industries

3D-printed grippers made of our dry-running, maintenance-free, high-performance polymers are up to 50 times more wear resistant than traditional 3D-printing materials. That’s because we extensively test our engineered composite plastic iglide® printing materials inside our 41,000 ft.2 test laboratory to ensure every 3D-printed part offers exceptional wear rates that are comparable to injection-molded components. Our iglide® grippers are up to 7 times lighter than conventional metal grippers and reduce costs by up to 85%.  


  • Reduce costs by up to 85%
  • 70% less manufacturing time
  • Fast and cost-effective production
  • Individual grippers and small batches - no minimum order quantity required 
  • Complex shapes can be implemented with 3D printing
  • Low-wear and friction-optimized iglide® polymers to choose from
  • No external lubricant required - less susceptible to dust and dirt
3D Printed Gripper bottles

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3D Printing Service

Use our online 3D-printing service to easily upload and order your gripper’s CAD file. Choose which iglide® material meets your requirements and check your component for any weak points with our wall thickness analysis.

Learn more about our 3D printing service

iglide® Polymer Filament Materials

  • Up to 50 times more abrasion resistant than standard material
  • Wear-resistant components for prototypes and small batches
  • Simple processing
  • Ideal for tribological applications
  • Dry-running and dirt resistant
Learn about 3D printing materials
Buy 3D printing filaments in the shop

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Visit the 3D Printing Test Lab

igus® engineers continuously test the tribological properties of our iglide® materials inside our 41,000 ft.2 test laboratory to ensure each 3D-printed component offers a longer service life than standard materials inside moving applications.

Visit the 3D printing test lab

Application Assistance

For further questions or product information, please contact:

Kevin Wright

Country Manager, Canada


Customer Service:

Monday to Friday from 8 am - 5 pm



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