Accura Xtreme Grey or White 200

At a glance

ProcessLead TimeColorsResolutionPriceApplications
FDM 3D printing24 hoursBlack, Blue, Neutral, Red, White0.25 mm$$Strength & complex geometries

About the Accura Xtreme

The Accura Xtreme Grey or White 200 is a truly remarkable material that boasts exceptional performance in the world of additive manufacturing. Renowned for its high resolution and superior surface finish, the Accura Xtreme Grey or White 200 is an ideal choice for a wide range of applications.

Whether you are looking to create intricate prototypes, functional models, or even end-use parts, this material delivers outstanding precision and detail. Its versatility allows for complex geometries and delicate features to be produced with ease.

Material Properties


Tensile Strength

Elongation at Break

Modulus of Elasticity

Flexural Strength

31 MPa (XZ Axis), 26 MPa (ZX Axis)
2200 MPa (320000 PSI)
58 MPa (8450 PSI)

Material Finish

Low-resolution (0.1 mm) layering gives Accura Xtreme a matte appearance with distinct extrusion lines. Black, White, and Neutral are the three color options for Accura Xtreme, each of which has a slightly different finish.

Accura Xtreme resembles the finish of black and is somewhat more glossy than its Neutral and White equivalents.

While Neutral Accura Xtreme has the least shiny finish of the three, White ABS has a more milky finish.

Design Recommendations


Max Part Size [x, y, z]

Min Clearance + Gaps for Fit

Min Wall Thickness

500 x 500 x 500 mm
0.5 mm
1 mm min
  • Internal Cavities: All internal cavities will have support material inside.
  • Threads and Inserts: Accura Xtreme, we recommend you use heat stake inserts. For more information, check out our article on The Best Fasteners for 3D Printed Parts.
  • Text Guidelines: Engraved text (indented) is recommended over embossed, since Accura Xtreme is not able to capture fine details very well.

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