3D Printer Filament

Great Prints Start With Great Filament

3D printer filament is the foundation of every successful 3D printing project. While the design and printer specifications are vital, it is the quality and type of printer filament that truly dictates the outcome of your creation. The best 3D printing materials feature a highly consistent diameter, ensuring precision and accuracy in every layer of the print. They should also be wound evenly onto the spool with optimal tention, guaranteeing the filament will not tangle during the unwinding process. Recognizing the paramount importance of high-quality 3D printing materials, we proudly carry a wide variety of filaments from some of the industry’s top brands.

Next to using high-quality filament, good print bed adhesion is often the key to avoiding failed prints. Our friends at Magigoo have produced an excellent and detailed reference for ensuring successful prints with various materials. Check out the guide here.

3D Universe Terrafilum materials are designed to provide 3D printer users the highest-quality, eco-friendly 3D printing filament solutions on the market. And all of our materials are produced right here in America!

Designed for optimal performance and ease-of-use, all UltiMaker brand 3D printer materials are NFC-enabled, allowing them to be automatically detected when used with the UltiMaker S-Line 3D printers.

Every Kimya filament has been subjected to rigorous formulation, analysis and characterization conducted by the experts of the Kimya Lab. These filaments are exceptionally high-quality and offer a broad range of physical properties.

AquaSys offers the only water-soluble support filament compatible with engineering-grade build materials. Designed to help print more in less time, these materials dissolve rapidly in warm tap water—all while giving complex designs the high-quality support they need.

BASF Ultrafuse materials allow you to print real metal parts with your existing 3D printer. These 3D printing materials bridge the gap between typical 3D printer and sophisticated metal fabrication equipment.

colorFabb has garnered a global reputation for their exceptional-quality filaments. Each filament is meticulously crafted, using only the finest raw materials available, ensuring both consistency and unparalleled performance in 3D printing applications.

MakerBot materials, expertly crafted for optimal reliability, offer effortless compatibility specifically with the MakerBot Sketch and Replicator 3D printer lines. They ensure consistent, high-quality results, enhancing the overall printing experience.

Dremel filaments are meticulously crafted to for seamless performance with Dremel 3D printers. Their spools are uniquely designed to snugly fit within the internal spool bays of these machines, ensuring a flawless printing experience.

With a wide range of potential applications in prototyping, engineering and manufacturing, Raise3D not only offers high-end 3D printing materials, but also pre-validated printing templates to ensure printing with the best results.

Xtellar combines their expertise in material science and applications development, with a best-in-class commitment to quality; to deliver one of the most innovative, sustainable, and trusted 3D printing material product portfolios in the industry.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Why Is the Consistency in Diameter Important for 3D Printer Filament?

Consistency in diameter ensures that the printer filament feeds smoothly the the equipment, allowing for even extrusion and ensuring higher quality prints. Inconsistencies can lead to print failures or defects which can be time consuming to restart larger projects.

How Should I Store My 3D Printing Materials?

3D printer filament is best stored in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Using airtight containers with desiccants can help prevent moisture absorption, which can negatively affect print quality.

What Is the Best 3D Printer Filament for Beginners?

For beginners, PLA (Polylactic Acid) or Tough PLA are often top choices for 3D printer filament. User-friendly, these materials don't warp, print at relatively low temperatures, and don't require a heated bed. Plus, they are some of the most widely available filaments, offered in various colors. The main drawbacks are lesser durability and a lower temperature resistance.

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