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Complex 3D printed objects produced from high-performance materials

3D printing is a cost-effective alternative to injection molding for producing complex parts for prototypes, single orders or small quantities. igus® prints components using our engineered composite plastic iglide® printing materials, which have been proven to last up to 50 times longer than standard 3D-printing materials inside moving applications. We extensively test our high-performance polymers inside our 41,000-square-foot test lab to ensure every 3D-printed part offers exceptional wear resistance comparable to injection-molded components. All igus® 3D-printed parts are low-friction, maintenance-free and self-lubricating.


  • Selection of various iglide® materials for moving applications
  • Individual components with wear rates similar to injection-molded parts or bar stock
  • Rapid production, even for complex components
  • Easily upload and order your CAD file online
  • Necessary adaptations and optimizations possible

3D printing service

Whether you need a prototype or functional component, our individual 3D printing service is a fast and cost-effective way to print gears, racks, plain bearings, rollers, linear bearings, lead screw nuts and more from our low-friction, high-performance iglide® polymers.
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print2mould method at igus

Injection molding tools from the 3D printer

Do you need a component that meets specific requirements, such as FDA compliance or use underwater? Then 3D-printed iglide® injection molds are the solution for you! Our 3D-printed injection molding tools can produce parts from more than 50 iglide® polymers for prototypes and small batches in 3 to 10 business days.
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Durability of our 3D printing materials

We continuously test the tribological properties of our iglide® materials inside our 41,000-sqaure-foot test lab to ensure each 3D-printed component offers a longer service life than standard materials inside moving applications.
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3D printed gear made of iglidur polymer in tribology test

iglidur filaments and powders for the 3D printing of your component

Filament and laser sintering powder made of iglide polymers

  • Up to 50 times more abrasion-resistant than standard material
  • Wear-resistant components for prototypes and small batches
  • Simple processing
  • Ideal for tribological applications
  • Self-lubricating and dirt resistant
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Discuss your project with a 3D Printing expert

Whether you're interested in turnkey, fully assembled solutions or looking to build your own customizable project, let us assist you with a solution based on your specific application and requirements. Contact us via the form below or call us at (800) 521-2747 to discuss your project today!
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igus® GmbH points out that it does not sell any products of the companies Allen Bradley, B&R, Baumüller, Beckhoff, Lahr, Control Techniques, Danaher Motion, ELAU, FAGOR, FANUC, Festo, Heidenhain, Jetter, Lenze, LinMot, LTi DRiVES, Mitsibushi, NUM,Parker, Bosch Rexroth, SEW, Siemens, Stöber and all other drive manufacturers mention in this website. The products offered by igus® are those of igus® GmbH