In the course of this master thesis a so-called benchmark part, like a comparison part with relevant geometries, is constructed and manufactured. Relevant geometries can be threads, overhangs, chamfers, lettering, pyramids, cylinders, etc. Those are arranged on a plate, as space-saving as possible, because the printing time is a significant factor. The design is carried out in any 3D CAD program, the data is transferred to the 3D printer using a neutral interface (STL format) and prepared for printing using the provided software of the manufacturer. The printing process is carried out with different parameter settings. These parameters are the nozzle temperature, the installation space temperature and the alignment of the component in the installation space. By varying these parameters, the optimal setting for the respective material should be found. As different materials have a strong influence on the print result, each new material has to be adjusted separately. The benchmark part is measured by optical and tactile measuring methods, in order to be able to make statements about the accuracies of the surface and the geometries. The geometries are examined for possible printing errors, the roughness, dimensions, shapes and positions are also measured. After evaluation of these data, the optimal pressure parameters can be defined. In addition to the optical examination, a strength test is also carried out. For this purpose, the design and production of a standardized tensile test rod is carried out. This second benchmark part is tested by a tensile testing machine for its mechanical properties. Here, too, different parameter settings are printed and evaluated. The optimum parameters for the strength are thus obtained, which need not necessarily coincide with the optimum geometric parameters.