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Polylactic acid, also known as PLA, is a thermoplastic monomer derived from renewable, organic sources such as corn starch or sugar cane. Using biomass resources makes PLA production different from most plastics, which are produced using fossil fuels through the distillation and polymerization of petroleum.
ABS stands for acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, is a thermoplastic filament. As opposed to PLA filament, ABS is a bit more technical and may be more challenging for new 3D printing users. ABS is a stiff 3D printing material and it is impact and heat resistant.
PETG is an immensely popular 3D printing filament, widely used for its high strength, relative flexibility, and temperature resistance compared to the ever-popular PLA. It's measured in many of the same ways as ABS but is generally much easier to work with and has the added benefit of being food safe.
ASA filament (acrylonitrile styrene acrylate) is the perfect all-purpose 3D printing thermoplastic, suitable for many different applications. It has a similar chemical makeup to ABS plastic but offers three improvements: better mechanical properties, superior aesthetics and it's UV resistant.
TPU, or Thermoplastic Polyurethane, is a flexible and durable 3D printing filament for beginners and pros alike. TPU has unique characteristics that make it elastic like rubber, yet durable like plastic.
PC filament (polycarbonate) is a strong thermoplastic characterized by its excellent impact resistance, high rigidity, heat resistance and fire retardancy. It is ideal for harsh environments where materials are put to the test, meaning it can withstand extreme temperatures and pressures.
Commonly known as Nylon filament, is semi-flexible and its behavior derives from a semicrystalline structure, which imparts strength and durability, best suited for the most demanding technical applications, within 3D printing. A low coefficient of friction allows for short-term use in contact with moving parts.
PVB is a special material suitable for printing lamp shades, vases, jewellery and other design parts. Its main advantage is the solubility in isopropyl alcohol (IPA) that allows to produce models with glass-like surface. Thanks to its low warping, PVB is suitable for printing large models.
MH PVA Support Filament is a dissolvable support material for dual extrusion parts. PVA (Polyvinyl Alcohol) Ultimaker Support Materials. Easy and quick to remove breakaway support.
Casting is a filament developed by the internationally known filament manufacturer Polymaker. PolyCast is designed specifically for lost wax casting applications and to be used by any 3D printer FFF / FDM on the market, since it has printing parameters similar to PLA.