What's the Density of the Different 3D Printing Materials?

If you know the volume of your 3D model and the density of the material you selected, you can easily calculate the weight of your 3D printed model. Due to that fact that each 3D print is unique, the final weight of your 3D printed models can vary.

mass = density x volume

Remark: Units need to be converted when necessary.

ABS1.05 g/cm³
Alumide1.36 g/cm³
2.68 g/cm³
Brass8.6 g/cm³
Bronze9 g/cm³
Ceramics1.24 g/cm³ (unglazed)
Copper9 g/cm³
Gold (14K)13.6 g/cm³
Gold (18K)15.6 g/cm³
Gray Resin
1.2 g/cm³
High-Detail Resin
High-Detail Stainless Steel
Mammoth Resin
1.2 g/cm³
Multicolor2.6 - 2.7 g/cm³
Polyamide (MJF)1.01 g/cm³
Polyamide (SLS)0.95 g/cm³
Rubber-like1.2 g/cm³
Silver10.26 g/cm³
Standard Resin
1.2 g/cm³
Steel7.86 g/cm³
4.41 g/cm³
Transparent Resin1.2 g/cm³

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