PLA filament has been commonly used in situations that require prototypes, educational and architectural models, and artifact replicas built with ease and alacrity. This filament is also capable of being treated with a variety of post-processing techniques; it is a popular choice for users looking to paint objects after they have been printed, such as...
ABS prints can be sanded or smoothed using an advanced technique with acetone. With this technique, you can have ABS parts that are glossy and smooth, while simultaneously strengthening the parts themselves by binding the printed layers together. The material comes on a heavy-duty plastic reel and vacuum sealed to keep out any moisture.
What can you print with? LulzBot users have many filaments options beyond common plastics like PLA, ABS, and HIPS. Exotic filament options like wood and bronze/copper filled filament materials can also be used with this 3D printer!
This is the Cadillac of 3D printer filament and should be your go-to option for creating your most important prints! The material comes on a heavy-duty plastic reel and vacuum sealed to keep out any moisture.
Since Bridge prints cleanly and easily, you can print complex models that are ready to be used. The combination of strength, reduced shrinkage and ease in printing allows you to go from 3D model to 3D printed part ready to be installed. The material comes on a heavy-duty plastic reel and vacuum sealed to keep out any moisture.
Alloy 910 is among the strongest materials you can currently 3D print. When printed, it has a tensile strength of 8,500 PSI (58.6 MPa), making Alloy 910 almost as strong as polycarbonate but easier to manipulate, as it warps up to five times less. If you are looking for 3D printing filament that is perfect for applications where high strength and...