3D Printing Materials - Polyet (Digital Materials)

Material Selection Guide ▼

Rigid Opaque (Vero)

The most popular digital materials are Vero White Plus and Tango Black plus which let you dial the shore hardness, from 27A to 95A, of parts. This technology also allows parts to have a multitude of durometers allowing clients to simulate over molded prototype parts without having to do any post assembly.


  • White, grey, blue, black and translucent
  • Durable and ideal for high-detailed parts
  • Combine with rubber-like materials to simulate plastics and elastomers

Rubber-like materials (Tango)

The family of Tango materials (TangoGray™, TangoBlack™, TangoPlus™ and TangoBlackPlus™) boast various levels of elastomer characteristics: Their Shore scale A hardness, elongation at break, tensile strength and tear resistance make them suitable for a wide range of 3d printing applications, such as rubber contours and overmolding, soft-touch coatings, knobs, grips, handles, gaskets, and footwear.


  • TangoGray™, TangoBlack™, TangoPlus™ and TangoBlackPlus™
  • Grey, black and translucent
  • Simulate rubber-like materials
  • Excellent for zero-slip or soft surfaces
  • Application versatility

Objet® ABS-like material (RGD5160-DM)

By combining RGD515 and RGD 535, the Objet Connex machine is able to build 3D printed parts with characteristics similar to engineered plastics. Heat resistant prototype parts and impact resistant prototype parts are the two prime benefits of Connex printed parts using RGD5160-DM.


  • Simulates ABS-grade engineering plastics
  • Combines high-temperature resistances with high toughness
  • High impact resistance and heat deflection (HD)
  • Ideal for functional prototypes, snap-fit parts, electrical parts casings, and more