Material capability means opportunities, Mankati mMaterials cover a wide range of applications, here discover the right materials for your needs.


mNylon 66

It is easy to print large objects with mNylon 66, it offers high tensile strength, super high layer bonding force gives much more design freedom, heat-resistant up to 150℃/302℉.

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mNylon 66 Reinforced

mNylon 66 Reinforced is a composite nylon 66 material which offers superb rigidity and very low water absorption. It is ideal for general purpose high mechanical strength parts printing.

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mNylon 12

mNylon 12 is a low water absorption nylon material, it is tough and offers high impact resistance, high tenacity and high fatigue resistance.

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mPC-T is an advanced polycarbonate based material which offers excellent mechanical strength and heat resistance, mPC-S is a great choice for high end engineering application.

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mPC-S offers excellent impact strength and fracture toughness than regular PC materials, in addition to resistance to warp and cracking, you can easily print with it reassuringly.

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ABS is a widespread use material in numerous industries for its great mechanical property, it is ideal for functional prototypes and complex end use parts.

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mPLA is  a safe and environmental material for everyone, it is easy to print and always output high quality surface, both novice and advanced users like use this material to serve a wide range of applications.

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Reinforced  PLA

Polymaker PolyMax PLA is a strengthen and tensilen PLA material, it offers 11 times impact strength of regular PLA materials, it is a ideal replacement of ABS.

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Polymaker PolyFlex is a semi-flexibility industrial rubber with superior layer bonding force, it offers great chemical resistance, ideal for industrial applications.

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Polymaker PolyWood is a wood mimic printing material that contains no actual wood ensuring a clean Jam-Free printing experience.

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3DXMAX® PC/ABS (polycarbonate + acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is a premium high-heat 3D printing filament.  PC/ABS alloys the mechanical properties & high-heat resistance of PC with the printability of ABS and allows for the printing of functional prototypes and production parts with very fine detail and excellent surface quality.

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3DXTech 3DXMAX ASA  is a UV-resistant weatherable polymer.  Its UV-stability makes it an ideal material for outdoor applications that will experience intense exposure to the sun and weather.

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3DXTech 3DXSTAT ESD ABS is an advanced ESD-Safe compound designed for use in critical applications that require electrostatic discharge (ESD) protection and a high level of cleanliness.

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Carbon Fiber PETG

3DXTech CarbonX CFR PETG is ideal for anyone that desires a structrual component with high modulus, excellent surface quality, dimensional stability, light weight, and ease of printing. 

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Carbon Fiber Nylon

3DXTech CarbonX CFR Carbon Fiber Reinforced Nylon Filament is a semi-aromatic polyamide copolymer reinforced with high-modulus carbon fiber.  This filament is ideal for high modulus, improved chemical and thermal resistance applications.

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Polymaker PolyLite PETG is a inspiring 3D printing material, it is tough and durable, high impact strength, resistance to chemicals.

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Abrasion Resistant

igus iglide I180-PF filaments are up to 50 times more abrasion-resistant than standard 3D print materials. This results in higher levels of effectiveness.

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PolySmooth gives excellent printing characteristics, balanced mechanical properties, and most importantly, “polishability” when exposed to common alcohols such as isopropyl alcohol or ethanol.

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