Please choose your delivery location

The selection of the country/region page can influence various factors such as price, shipping options and product availability.
My contact person
Select location

After selection of your ZIP code, we designate the relevant staff to attend to you at once.


2022 3D printing news

Resin 3D printing with Digital Light Processing (DLP)

iglidur® i3000 3D printing resin for wear parts and gears

iglidur® i3000 gives igus the world's first 3D printing resin developed specifically for DLP 3D printing of wear parts and gears. The parts made of the synthetic resin cured layer by layer with UV light feature very fine details and an extremely long service life. Now available in the igus 3D printing service and the material shop.

More about the DLP process and iglidur i3000

Food compatible by means of laser sintering

Greater strength, better surface and lower component price

The iglidur® i6-BLUE laser sintering material is another wear-resistant 3D printing plastic tested for food conformity and approved in accordance with FDA and EU 10/2011 requirements. The blue colour ensures the necessary optical detectability. Special parts, prototypes, and series for applications in the food and beverage industry can now be manufactured in quantities of as few as 1 and as many as 10,000 in just three days. Thanks to the incorporated solid lubricants, the moving parts need not be lubricated, and the special material composition reduces abrasion by up to a factor of 50.

More about food-safe 3D printing

3D printed igumid P190: extremely rigid and strong

Rigid multi-material partner for iglidur® i190 and for structural components

The new igumid P190 fibre-reinforced 3D print filament has been specifically developed as a partner material for iglidur i190 for manufacturing especially strong, low-friction components with the multi-material printing process. Its great strength and rigidity makes igumid P190 suitable for printing strong structural parts and for lightweight construction with little need for material.

More information on igumid P190 in our material shop

Service life calculator for custom components

Prices, delivery time, and service life - Now all in one tool

The service life calculation newly integrated into the 3D printing service tool now allows very easy service life calculation for individual components in sliding applications, based on the results of thousands of wear tests from the igus test laboratory every year. Users thus receive all information on price, delivery time, and expected component service life in a single tool.

Find out more

print2mold® 2.0 – Injection moulding tools from the 3D printer

Wear parts and small series, 70% faster at up to 80% less cost

In the print2mold® service, we produce individual injection moulded parts from our iglidur® materials. The 3D printed moulds result in huge reductions in cost and time. An improved tooling system now makes injection moulded parts available even faster, and they cost as much as 80% less to produce than with milled injection moulding tools.

More about injection moulding with 3D printed moulding tools

Large-format 3D printing (up to 3m) from iglidur® i150 and iglidur® i151

Improved precision and delivery time for parts of up to 1m

Thanks to the new medium-sized printer, igus can now offer large-format parts (up to 1m) in its 3D printing service with improved precision, at a better price, and with a shorter delivery time.
iglidur® i150 and i151, which are especially wear-resistant, make it easy to use large-format components in large-scale mechanical engineering. Additive manufacturing can reduce costs and material usage by up to 80%.

More about large-format 3D printing


I look forward to answering your questions

Shipping and consultation

In person:

Monday to Friday from 8:30 am - 5:30 pm.



The terms "igus", "Apiro", "CFRIP", "chainflex", "conprotect", "CTD", "drygear", "drylin", "dryspin", "dry-tech", "easy chain", "e-chain", "e-chain systems", "e-loop", "e-ketten", "e-kettensysteme", "e-spool", "e-skin", "flizz", "ibow", "igear", "iglidur", "igubal", "kineKIT", "manus", "motion plastics", "pikchain", "plastics for longer life", "print2mold", "readycable", "readychain", "ReBeL", "robolink", "speedigus", "tribofilament", "triflex", "xirodur" and "xiros" are legally protected trademarks of the igus® GmbH/Cologne in the Federal Republic of Germany, and, where applicable, in some foreign countries. 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, Mitsubishi, NUM, Parker, Bosh Rexroth, SEW, Siemens, Stöber and all other drive manufacturers mentioned on this website. The products offered by igus® are those of igus® GmbH.