Our 3D-printed lead screw nuts and drive nuts are created using our engineered composite plastic iglide® printing materials, which have been proven to last up to 50 times longer inside moving applications than standard 3D-printing materials. igus® engineers extensively test our iglide® plastics inside our 41,000-square-foot test lab based in Cologne, Germany to ensure that every 3D-printed component offers exceptional wear resistance comparable to injection-molded components. All igus® 3D-printed parts are low-friction, maintenance-free and self-lubricating. Metric and trapezoidal threads can be printed directly on the component from size M6 to TR6.
Here, you can easily upload and order your drive nut or lead screw nut’s CAD file, choose which iglide® material meets your requirements, and check your component for any weak points using our wall thickness analyzer.
igus® offers a wide range of high-performance iglide® materials that have been engineered to offer wear resistance that’s similar to injection-molded components.
igus® engineers 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.