Since each application has different requirements we offer 5 materials to be 3D printed, each with different material properties in order to adapt our products to your needs.  

Stainless steel (316L)

  • Excellent strength
  • Good corrosion resistance
  • Suitable for most applications

Aluminium (AlSi10Mg)

  • Lightweight material
  • Good strength

Titanium (Ti64 gr 23)

  • Excellent strenght to weight ratio
  • High hardness
  • Corrosion resistant


Inconel (INC718)

  • Hard and strong
  • Excellent thermal properties



  • Excellent strength and hardness
  • Highly resistant to wear and tear
  • Corrosion Resistant


In order to increase our flexibility and allow us the ability to print both big series and small production runs with small lead times, we have 2 different machines with different build times and platform sizes.   

Trumpf Truprint 1000

While our smaller printer offers only a small building volume, it is highly accurate while allowing us to print the majority of smaller parts. It's small size also increases our flexibility considerably as it allows for a fast material change and reduces lead times to only a few days.

Platform sizeØ 100 mm
Building height124 mm
+/- 0,05 mm
Layer thickness20µm
Materials OfferedAll

Shining EP250

With a building volume ten times the volume of our other printer it allows multiple orders to be printed simultaneously or, if necessary to go into series production. A bigger machine allows a big reduction in lead time for such series.

Platform size250mm*250mm
Building height320 mm
+/- 0,1mm
Layer thickness30µm
MaterialsSS316L & AlSi10Mg

Post Treatments

Aside from the usual grinding and polishing of our printed parts, MT3D offers a wide variety of after treatments for it's parts, both to finish any rough surfaces but also to influence material properties and add functionalities.
  • Grinding, tumbling, sand blasting and polishing to reduce roughness.
  • Milling of surfaces to remove irregularities or increase accuracy.
  • Heat and surface treatments to harden or strengthen the material.
  • Drilling, threading or welding to add additional features to your parts.

Powder Bed Laser Beam Process