HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene) is a dissolvable filament that is frequently used as support material. It acts as a great support material because it is easily removed with Limonene solution, leaving the clean high-quality print that you want behind. ... HIPS is short for High Impact Polystyrene and is very similar to ABS.


LAYBRICK is a mixture of milled chalk and harmless co-polyesters. The result of combining this unique mixture into a 3D printer filament is that LAYBRICK printed parts look and feel like (sand)stone, which makes this 3D printer filament extremely suitable for architecture models and landscapes.


PLA is short for Polylactic Acid, a thermoplastic polymer that is derived from renewable resources, more specifically from corn starch or sugar cane. ... But inside of the FDM 3D printing sphere, PLA filament is widely thought of as an aesthetic material best used for prototyping.


NinjaFlex is the original flexible filament. A specially formulated thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU), it's incredibly easy to feed in your 3D printer.


PET filament combines the ease of use of PLA filament with the strength and durability of ABS filament. First, its strength is much higher than PLA and it is FDA approved for food containers and tools used for food consumption.


Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) is part of the thermoplastic polymers family. As its name implies, ABS is created from Acrylonitrile, Butadiene and Styrene polymers.


T-Glase Co-Polymer specifically engineered for 3D Printing. T-glase (short for "tough glass") is a high strength material which was designed for users that print mostly with PLA or lower temperature 3D Printers. T-glase is composed of the strongest of the PETT polymer combinations available.


Polycarbonate-ABS (PC-ABS) Alloy is an incredibly tough material designed for strong, resilient parts. This unique material provides vast improvements (over standard ABS) in heat deflection, impact resistance, rigidity, and flexibility.


Flex EcoPLA™ filament is a rubber-like 3D printer filament which allows you to print flexible objects, such as rubber machine parts, soft toys, flip-flops, and other rubbery items.


PVA, or Polyvinyl Alcohol, is a soft and biodegradable polymer that is highly sensitive to moisture.


PET, PETE, PETG) is a plastic resin of the polyester family that is used to make beverage, food and other liquid containers, as well as for some other thermoforming applications. PETG is a clear amorphous thermoplastic that can be injection molded or sheet extruded.


Nylon filament is an incredibly strong, durable and versatile 3D printing material. Flexible when thin, but with very high inter-layer adhesion, nylon lends itself well to things like living hinges and other functional parts.


BendLay is a modified Butadiene, which is safe for your household, food products, and medical devices. BendLay has a high interlayer adhesion, making it a really wonderful and easy-to-print filament. It's very flexible even after printing.


Our Conductive ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) thermoplastic filament is a premium grade material that has been infused with conductive and anti-static properties. Conductive ABS properties: Anti-Static & Static Dissipative.


  • ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene)
  • BendLay
  • Clay
  • LayBrick
  • LayWood
  • Metal Clay
  • Ninjaflex
  • Nylon (Including Taulman 618, 645, 910)
  • PET (PolyEthylene Terephthalate)
  • PETG (PolyEthylene Terephthalate Glycol-modified)
  • PLA (Poly(Lactic Acid))
  • Plasticine
  • PlastInk Rubber
  • Play-Doh
  • PC (PolyCarbonate)
  • PP (PolyPropylene)
  • Porcelain
  • PVA (Poly(Vinyl Alcohol))
  • RTV Silicone
  • Sculpey
  • T-Glase