3D Printer Filament Comparison

Filament Complete Name Short Introduction
ABS Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Durable, Impact Resistant thermplastic Learn More
PLA Polylactic Acid Biodegradable material, Easy to print Learn More
HIPS High Impact Polystyrene Dissolvable, Biodegradable thermoplastic Learn More
Nylon Polyamide Strong, Flexible, Durable filament Learn More
PET-G  Polyethylene terephthalate glycol Flexible, Durable filament Learn More
TPE / TPU  Thermoplastic Elastomers Extremely Flexible, Rubber-Like Learn More
Wood About 70% PLA and 30% recycled native wood Learn More
PC Polycarbonate Strongest, Flexible, Durable, Transparent, Heat Resistant Learn More
POM Polyoxymethylene Strong, Rigid, Low Friction, Resilient Filament Learn More
PETT (T-Glase) Strong, Flexible, Transparent, Clear Filament Learn More
Conductive Conductive Filament Learn More
ASA  Acrylonitrile Styrene Acrylate Rigid, Durable, Weather Resistant Learn More
PP Polypropylene Flexible, Chemical Resistance Learn More
Copper About 70% PLA and 30% copper powder Learn More
PEEK Polyether ether ketone For high quality functional materials Learn More
PMMA (Acrylic) Poly(methyl methacrylate) Rigid, Durable, Transparent, Clear, Impact Resistant Learn More
Sandstone Sandstone Finish Learn More
Magnetic Magnetic Learn More
Cleaning Used to clean nozzle Learn More
Copper Flex About 70% TPE and 30% copper powder Learn More
Bronze PLA About 70% PLA and 30% bronze powder Learn More
Aluminium PLA About 70% PLA and 30% aluminum powder Learn More
Carbon Fiber High strength material used for functional parts Learn More
Metal Metallic finish filament Learn More
Silky The appearance is very glossy, looks like silk satin and is biodegredable Learn More
2017-06-13T03:05:59+00:00 May 28th, 2017|3D Printing News, Uncategorized|0 Comments

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