Fiberglass

Fiberglass Filament

Inexpensive and 11 times stiffer than ABS, fiberglass is the perfect entry-level fiber for 3D printing.
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Impact Resistance
Reinforced with

Fiberglass

(TPa/s²)
3.5 kg (7.5 lb) hung from fiberglass-reinforced Onyx, Onyx, ABS, and PLA beams.

When To 3D Print With Fiberglass Material

Use fiberglass composite material to print parts that are an order of magnitude stiffer than typical 3D printed objects at the most affordable price.
Functional prototypes
Jigs
Fixtures
End use parts

Application Spotlight

This steel housing needed to be firmly clamped into place for machining, but its irregular shape proved difficult to clamp. A 3D printed fiberglass-reinforced jaw provided a custom geometry that was strong enough to withstand clamping forces without marring the part.
Fiberglass

FAQ

What is fiberglass material?

Extremely thin strands of glass bundled together into a fiber. Fiberglass is traditionally used in composites for boat, automobile, and aircraft manufacture.

How strong is fiberglass?

Fiberglass has a flexural strength of 210 MPa (30.5 ksi) and a tensile strength of 590 MPa (85.5 ksi). For more information on 3D printed fiberglass material properties, check out the data sheet.

Fiberglass
 is only compatible with our Industrial Series machines.
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Compatible with our Metal X system.
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