PLA (poly lactic acid)

A bio-degradable type of plastic that is manufactured out of plant-based resources such as corn starch or sugar cane. PLA is one of the two most commonly used desktop 3D printing materials (with the other being ABS).

Suggested printing temp: 190-230 °C
Suggested heating bed temp: 40°C

ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)

Made out of oil-based resources and being less sensitive to heat, ABS requires higher extrusion temperatures and a heated bed. This makes it ideal for jobs where temperature needs to be finely tuned.

Suggested printing temp: 210-230 °C
Suggested heating bed temp: 110°C

PVA: (Polyvinyl alcohol)

A low temperature water-soluble thermoplastic. It’s most often used as a support material for dual-extruding printers.

Suggested printing temp: 190-220 °C
Suggested heating bed temp: 40°C

TPE: (Thermoplastic Elastomer)

Thermoplastic Elastomers are generally low modulus, flexible materials that can be stretched repeatedly to at least twice their original length at room temperature with an ability to return to their approximate original length when stress is released.

Suggested printing temp: 190-220 °C
Suggested heating bed temp: 40°C

Wood:

A wood-like 3D printing material that gives 3D printed objects the look and feel of fiberboard.

Suggested printing temp: 180-220 °C
Suggested heating bed temp: 40°C

Poly Flex:

Soft and flexible filament with uncompromised printing quality

Suggested printing temp: 190-220 °C
Suggested heating bed temp: 40°C

 


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