PLA is an “easy to use” 3D printer filament in comparison to other polymers. It can be printed using low to moderate temperatures and higher speed rates via FFF/FDM.
TPU Pro-Flex Filament
Flexible Material With Engineering Properties
PRO HT Filament
With a softening resistance up to 115 °C, it has a significant increase in temperature resistance compared to the average PLA; making it ideal for practical, end-use applications.
When it comes to projects with higher requirements in terms of strength, toughness and thermal resistance, PETG is the material of choice.
PVA Water-Soluble Support Material
PVA dissolves easily in warm water, freeing the object from the support structure. It is nontoxic and safe to dissolve into regular sinks or onto the ground outdoors.
Resistant to high temperatures, maintaining a constant resistance up to 160 °C with minimal warping.
Pro HS High-Speed
The same mechanical properties as PLA but with a high extrusion rate, enabling large-scale 3D printing at higher speed.
PLX can print up to 80% faster than a standard PLA material with no modification to the 3D printer at a strength that exceeds the typical mechanical properties of even ABS-printed parts
BVOH Advanced Water-Soluble Support Material
It has been optimized for improved melt flow, eliminating concerns of hotend clogging that come with other soluble filaments.
Light-weight thermoplastic material with high rigidity, and high resistance to heat and chemicals.
PET-CF is a reliable and easy to use carbon fiber reinforced material for environments with limited control like a factory floor.