Polymer 3D Printing Guides

Boost your 3D printing knowledge with these helpful how-to guides. 

Explained: 3D Printing with Flame Retardant Polymers

Explained: 3D Printing with Flame Retardant Polymers

Flame retardant materials open up whole new possibilities in additive manufacturing. See how to use these polymers and which options are available for your project.

The Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Design Guide

The Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Design Guide

Get tips and advice for successfully designing parts for FDM.

Multi Jet Fusion vs Selective Laser Sintering - Key Differences Explained

Multi Jet Fusion vs Selective Laser Sintering - Key Differences Explained

Which one is right for your project? This guide explains when using MJF or SLS is the best fit for your parts.

The Guide to Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) Post Processing

The Guide to Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) Post Processing

Which post-processing option is right for your SLS part? This guide explains each option.

Quality Control Options for Polymer Additive Manufacturing

Quality Control Options for Polymer Additive Manufacturing

See which option is best for ensuring the quality and functionality of your polymer part.

From rapid prototyping to high-quality end-use parts, 3D printing with polymers is a versatile technology for many use cases. However, with so many different methods and materials available, additive manufacturing with polymers can be complex.

The polymers section of our Resource Hub gives you the information you need to build or improve your parts successfully. This guide covers several different technologies:

  • Fused Deposition Modeling

  • Multi-Jet Fusion

  • Selective Laser Sintering

 

If you're interested in learning about additive manufacturing with polymers, please check out these guides. The Insights and Trends section provides interviews with industry leaders and articles on AM trends.