New 3D printing materials names: Who's who?

As some of you might have noticed, we recently changed some of our 3D printing material names. To help you understand who's who and avoid any kind of confusion, here's a quick recap of the former and new names. For your information, these changes have been made to help you get a better and clearer understanding of our technologies with more precise 3D printing material names.

Former material name New material name 3D printing technology
Nylon PA12 SLS - Plastic
Black Plastic Black Nylon PA12 SLS - Plastic
Grey Plastic
Grey Nylon PA11/12 SLS - Plastic
Glass-Filled Nylon Nylon 3200 Glass-Filled  SLS - Plastic
CarbonMide CarbonMide SLS - Plastic
Alumide Alumide SLS - Plastic
PEBA  PEBA 2301 SLS - Plastic
MultiJet Fusion PA12 MultiJet Fusion PA12 HP Multi Jet Fusion - Plastic
Transcluscent Polyjet Resin VeroClear Resin Polyjet - Resin
Opaque Polyjet Resin VeroWhite Resin Polyjet - Resin
Prototyping Acrylate Prototyping Acrylate CLIP (DLS) - Resin
Cyanate Ester Cyanate Ester
CLIP (DLS) - Resin
Elastomeric Polyurethane Elastomeric Polyurethane CLIP (DLS) - Resin
Flexible Polyurethane Flexible Polyurethane CLIP (DLS) - Resin
Rigid Polyurethane Rigid Polyurethane 70 CLIP (DLS) - Resin
Multicolor Composite Multicolor Colorjet - Multicolor
Steel / Bronze 420SS/BR Steel / Bronze 420SS/BR Binder Jetting - Metal
Stainless Steel 316 Stainless Steel 316 Binder Jetting - Metal
Silver Metal Casting
Brass Brass Metal Casting
Aluminum AlSi7Mg0.6 Aluminum AlSi7Mg0.6 SLM - Metal
Stainless Steel 316L Stainless Steel 316L DMLS - Metal
Titanium Ti64 Titanium 6Al-4V DMLS - Metal

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