This diploma thesis presents the production of compressed air filter head prototype using 3D print technology and includes conceptual design, modeling, print preparation and product printing with two different 3D print technologies. If 3D printed product is intended for compressed air application, it must guarantee fluid impermeability and withstand required pressure. Therefore, this thesis presents visual and functional comparison and also implementation of bursting pressure measurement of both printed products. Additionally, pressure drop of filter prototype under working conditions is determined using computer flow simulation, where structural design of filter head prototype is different than conventional to reach lower pressure drop. The results indicate, that the material jetting print technology is suitable for production of products, which are intended for compressed air applications, as the printed product did withstand a maximum pressure of 11 bar, whereas fused deposition modeling technology is not suitable, as the impermeability of the printed product was not achieved. Computer pressure drop measurements revealed, that different structural design of this filter head prototype does not guarantee noticeable lower pressure drop compared to the conventional design of filter head.