Our 3D-printing service uses powders and filaments 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 wear part or component offers exceptional wear resistance comparable to injection molding. All igus® 3D printed wear parts are low-friction, maintenance-free and self-lubricating. We produce 3D-printed components for prototypes and small batches, no minimum order quantity required!
igus® prints gears, plain bearings, rollers, linear bearings, spindle nuts and more from our low-friction, high-performance iglide® plastic materials. We produce components for prototypes and small batches from 1 to 5,000 pieces.
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Our iglide® materials last longer than standard 3D-printing materials inside moving applications. That’s because we extensively test our plastics inside our 41,000-square-foot test lab.
It was important for this 3D-printed gripper to be suitable for use in hygienic environments and quickly produced at a low price.
igus® has taken on the challenge of providing bearings for a microscope arm that must guide a lamp precisely.
Agricultural applications are made with hay rakes that are subjected to continuous stress, but special bearings made of iglide® materials can handle even the most demanding machines.
Learn more about our capabilities for designing custom parts from any material for any application.