3D printing materials

Aluminum 3D printing service

3D printing metal parts is the same process as printing with other materials. It involves layering a power infused with an aluminum alloy which is solidified with a laser.   

SLM Aluminum Materials

Aluminum printing is best used for parts that require high-accuracy, durability, and stiffness.


Applications aluminum printing can be used in many industries, including medical devices such as braces, as well as artistic works
  • highly customizable
  • high resistance to corrosion
  • excellent strength
  • lightweight parts
  • cannot be dyed/colored
  • slightly more expensive than nylon materials
  • longer lead time



Price $$$$$
Lead Time 20+ business days
Wall Thickness 1 mm
Tolerance 200 µm
Max part size 400mm x 320mm x 320mm
Layer height 50 µm – 200 µm


Available materials

SLM Aluminum AlSi10Mg

SLM Aluminum AlSi10Mg is a material that is highly resistant to corrosion and is very durable. It is also thermal conductive, has excellent mechanical properties, and is lightweight. It is optimal for use in medical, technical, and consumer products. It can even be used as a medium in artwork. Click the link below to learn more. 


  • FAQ 1: What resolution are your prints?

    Our prints have a layer thickness of 80 microns in MJF and 120 microns in SLS.

  • FAQ 2: What types of printers do you use?

    We print with HP MJF 4200 and 5210 machines, as well as EOS P396, P770, and XYZ 230 machines.

  • FAQ 3: What types of finishes do you offer?

    We offer raw, tumbled, polished, and vapor polished finishes on our parts.

  • FAQ 4: Does tumbling, polishing, or vapor polishing affect the dimensions of my parts?

    Tumbling, polishing, or vapor polishing finishes may affect the final dimensions of your parts by 0.05mm.

  • FAQ 5: Do you offer rush production?

    Rush production is available for MJF PA12, SLS PA12, and SLS PA2200. However, you must have your orders in by 2:00 MST in order to start printing the same day. If you order comes in after 2:00 MST, your rush production order will be delayed by one business day. You can select rush production on our quote page.

  • FAQ 6: What is your most flexible material?

    Our TPU with a shore hardness of 86A is the most flexible material we have.

  • FAQ 7: What type of files can you print off of?

    We can print off almost any CAD file type. We prefer .STL files.

Put your custom parts into production today.