Xometry offers a wide selection of metal and plastic materials with various color, infill, and hardness options. These materials are matched to an extensive list of manufacturing capabilities to meet the specific requirements of your projects. View our complete list of materials.
Resin with good moisture resistance, high wear-resistance, and low friction.
Precision parts requiring high stiffness.
PEEK is often used as a lightweight substitute for metal parts in high-temperature, high-stress applications. PEEK resists chemicals, wear, and moisture.
Bushings and bearings, pump & valve parts, and medical device parts.
General use material. Variety of color options. Good for parts 1" inch cubed to parts up to 5' feet.
Concept parts, production parts, lightweight custom jigs and fixtures, and thermoform tools.
Matches or exceeds the properties of standard ABS and has higher UV stability. Ten colors are available. Light infill parts are filled with a double cross-hatch pattern.
A go-to prototyping material. Also used to lighten thicker parts.
Flame retardant high-performance thermoplastic. UltraLight infill parts are filled with a single cross-hatch pattern, our lightest fill option available.
Complex end-use parts, transportation, aerospace, and high heat mechanical environments.
Excellent strength and stiffness, good chemical resistance with excellent long-term consistency in material properties.
End-use, low-volume production, rapid prototyping, or as a bridge process to injection molding.
The most prominent of the carbon steels. The low carbon content makes this steel ductile and suitable for forming and welding.
Gears, pins, rams, and shafts axles.
Used when a high strength-to-weight ratio is required. It is non-magnetic and heat treatable.
Gears, shafts, and fasteners.
Easily machined, economical, and readily available high performance material.
Perfect for prototypes, commercial, and industrial applications. Most widely used material for CNC machining.
6063 aluminum has better machinability than 3003. It is non-magnetic and heat treatable.
Commonly used outdoors as architectural trim, railings, and door frames.
7050 is a high-strength material that resists fatigue and stress cracking. 7050 is nonmagnetic and heat treatable.
Preferred over 7075 aluminum for use in structural applications.
Harder and higher strength aluminum alloy good for high-stress parts.
Lightweight, high-performance, components for aerospace, automotive, and defense.
High-strength engineering material with excellent long-term durability. Depending on conditioning, EPX has a heat deflection temperature ranging from 104°C to 130°C.
Functional toughness required for a variety of automotive and industrial applications such as connectors, brackets, and housings.
Contains rigid resins similar to conventional SLA resins.
Well suited for producing manufacturing jigs, fixtures, and general purpose prototypes.