Material freedom

At innovatiQ, freedom from materials is our core philosophy!

With the multitude of possibilities, it’s easy to lose track. The material freedom in the use of 3D printing systems from innovatiQ means that you can specify yourself.

This means you benefit from the fast innovation cycles of the multitude of material manufacturers. A decisive competitive advantage for you, because you don’t have to share your know-howwith anyone.

Our material suggestions are designed to help you make the right choice for your application.
Printing systems from innovatiQ are particularly suitable for processing brittle, soft-processable or abrasive materials. Technically fully functional components can only be obtained by using fiber-reinforced high-performance polymersproduced under constant temperature maintained printing process.

Whether special or high performance – with industrial printers from innovatiQ you are always on the safe side.

Which material fits my requirement?

Interactively compile the right material for your individual requirements and find out which of our 3D printers they are compatible with!

Essential criteria when selecting the material for additive manufacturing.

Learn interesting facts about the material properties here:


The elongation at fracture is the measure of the ductility of a material and is determined by means of a tensile test (ISO 527). This quantity describes the relative change in length of the mechanically loaded body until fracture. The elongation is determined from the quotient of the increase in length (measured after fracture) and the original gauge length. The higher this value, the higher the ductility of the material.

Tensile strength

The tensile strength is one of several strength parameters of a material and represents a central property of a material.

The tensile strength value describes the maximum mechanical tensile stress with which a material can be loaded.

When the tensile strength is exceeded, the material fails: the absorption of forces decreases until the material finally cracks.

Temperature resistance

The temperature or heat resistance of a material refers to its resistance to high temperatures.

If the temperature of a material reaches the so-called upper service temperature, the temperature-dependent properties change to such an extent that the material no longer meets the requirements or is destroyed (overheating). The duration of the temperature effect also plays a role here.

UV resistance

UV-resistant refers to materials that can be exposed to UV radiation (ultraviolet radiation) from the sun or other UV sources without hesitation.

The materials are not damaged and do not change their appearance or mechanical properties.