With Z-GLASS semi-transparent filament you can 3D print light-transmitting final parts and precise prototypes. The material lets you replace brittle glass with resilient thermoplastic. Z-GLASS is durable and resistant to scratching. Moreover, the material withstands exposure to salts, acids, bases, and solvents. That’s why it’s ideal for industrial prototyping in automotive industry and design.
|Zortrax M200||spool||800 g. ±5%||1,75 mm|
|Zortrax M200 Plus|
|Zortrax M300||2000 g. ±5%|
|Zortrax M300 Plus|
|Zortrax M300 Dual*|
|Key Properties||Metric||Imperial||Test Method|
|Tensile Strength||39.57 MPa||5740 psi||ISO 527:1998|
|Elongation at max Tensile Stress||5.94%||5.94%||ISO 527:1998|
|Glass Transition Temperature||78.06oC||173oF||ISO 11357-3:2014|
- light-transmitting concept models
- transparent parts
- automotive industry
- models imitating glass
- decorative accessories
- parts tested outside
- parts required to be resistant to salts, acids, alkalis, and solvents
Objects 3D printed with Z-GLASS are semi-transparent. That’s why they can imitate glass. You can apply various coating substances to enhance the effect and make them even glossier.
Z-GLASS is perfect for end-use products, like a camera light diffuser, 3D printed at the fraction of the market price. Translucency of the models can be adjusted by changing settings in Z-SUITE.
Z-GLASS material is scratch-resistant, making the 3D printed models usable over a long period of time. Combined with chemical resistance, the filament is ideal for prototyping and industrial tooling.