3D Printed Materials

Miller 3D Printing can assist you with 3D printing and additive manufacturing utilizing a wide range of materials, from elastomers to metals. These include:

 

STEM Students using Metal and Carbon Fiber 3D Printers at Rochester Institute of Technology

See how 3D printing has been utilized at Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) through the use of several carbon fiber 3D printers and a metal 3D printer. Upstate New York university RIT has roughly 19,000 students, and is the third-largest producer of undergraduate STEM degrees among all private universities in the United States. When the… Read more »

Shukla Medical: Using 3D Printing to Get Tools in Surgeon’s Hands Faster

The breakdown Challenge Shukla Medical, a wholly owned subsidiary of aerospace manufacturer S.S. White Technologies, designs and manufactures universal orthopedic implant removal tools such as the Xtract-All® Spine Universal Spinal Implant Removal System (see cover image). Their products are used by surgeons worldwide to efficiently take out old implants before replacing them with new ones… Read more »

A video test of Markforged’s Onyx FR’s flame retardant capabilities

Putting feet to the fire: A video test of Markforged’s Onyx FR’s flame retardant capabilities. Time to play with matches! Because of the huge potential of an affordable & Flame-retardant composite plastic that can be 3D printed, we decided to put Markforged’s Onyx FR to the test. In the video, we hung up two sample… Read more »

Showcasing H13 Tool Steel: Specs and Video of OUR FIRST PRINT!

Hello, World! Matt Jones from Miller 3D here with the newest, exciting developments for the Markforged Metal X! Today we decided to showcase the newest material that has been released by our partner: H13 Tool Steel.   You can check out the video to see our very first print of H13 Tool Steel in action… Read more »



We can also assist with medical models requiring full color reproductions (From CAT scans, etc.) as well as additive manufacturing featuring some ceramic materials.

 

TechnologyPrinter ModelsMaterialsBuild VolumeApplications
Advantages
DMP
(Direct Metal Printing)
Flex 100
Flex 350
ProX 100
ProX 200
ProX 350
ProX 500
Factory 350
Factory 500
LaserFormTM
TiGrades 1, 5, 23
Ni718, N625
SS 316L, 17-4PH
MaragingSteel
AlSi10, AlSi7
Cobalt-Chrome
3.94″ x 3.94″ x 3.54″

up to

20.7″ x 20.7″  x 20.7″
End Use Parts
High Density
High Accuracy
High Resolution
Fine Surface Finish
Thin Wall Thickness
SLS
(Selective Laser Sintering)
sPro 60
sPro 140
sPro 230
ProX 6100
Production Grade Nylons
TPU
Composites
15″ x 13″ x 18″

up to

22″ x 22″ x 30″
End Use Parts
Durability
Impact Resistance
Throughput
Low Part Cost
High Resolution
Fine Surface Finish
SLA
(Stereolithography)
ProJet 6000
ProJet 7000
ProX 800
ProX 950
Various Plastics
Durable & Clear High Temp Plastics
10” x 10” x 10“

up to

59” x 30” x 22”
End Use Parts
Prototypes
Build Size
High Accuracy
High Resolution
Fine Surface Finish
Throughput
Low Part Cost
MJP
(MultiJet Printing)
ProJet 2500 Plus,
ProJet 2500 IC,
ProJet 2500 W,
ProJet 3600,
ProJet 5600
Plastics,
Waxes,
Elastomers
11.6” x 8.3“ x 5.6”

up to

21” x 15“ x 11.8”
Prototyping
Concept Development
High Resolution
High Accuracy
Office Friendly
Batch Post Processing
Investment Cost
Application Versatility
CJP
(ColorJet Printing)
ProJet 260 Plus
ProJet 360
ProJet 460 Plus
ProJet 660 Pro
ProJet 860 Pro
6 Million Color Gypsum
CMYK
9.3” x 7.3“ x 5”

up to

20” x 15” x 9”
Concept Development
Print Speed
High Resolution
Office Friendly
Full-Color
ADAM
(Atomic Diffusion Additive Manufacturing)
Metal X17-4 Stainless Steel
H13 Tool Steel
D-2 Tool Steel
A-2 Tool Steel
Inconel 625
Titanium Ti6Al4V
Copper
Coming soon:
316L Stainless Steel
9.25" x 4.85" x 6.37"End Use Parts
Tooling
Fixturing
Prototypes
Spare Parts
Industry Standard Materials,
Material Change-Over,
Safe Working Conditions,
Short Learning Curve
CFF
(Continuous Fiber Filament)
Desktop Series

Industrial Series
Nylon,
Onyx (Chopped Carbon Fiber),
Onyx FR,
Carbon Fiber,
Kevlar®,
Fiberglass,
HSHT Fiberglass
Coming soon:
Onyx ESD
12.59” x 5.19” x 6.29”

up to

12.99” x 9.84” x 7.87”
End Use Parts
Workholdings
Tools
Prototypes
Material Versatility
Durability
Toughness
Strength-to-Weight
FFF
(Fused Filament Fabrication)
BigRep One
BigRep Studio
BigRep Pro
BigRep Edge
PETG
Hi-Temp
PLA
TPU
PET-CF
ASA
PA 6/66
PVA
BVOH
39.5" x 39.5" x 39.5"

or

39.3" x 19.6" x 19.6"

or

42.5" x 38.5" x 37.7"

or

59.0" x 31.4" x 23.6"
End Use Parts
Workholdings
Tools
Prototypes
Large-Scale Printing
Fast Print Speeds