RepRapWorld has a large selection of 3D filament materials. In this section, you can find 3D filament types for every kind of 3D printing application. Choose the 3D material that will best compliment your printing activities. Our the NL warehouse is ready for your order, offering fast delivery. Once you make an order, your order will be dispatched on the same business day!
We offer the finest assortment of PLA filament in a range of colors and types. View our PLA filament and PLA pellets selected from the greatest brands. Our collection guarantees high-quality 3D parts, perfect for testing and prototyping!
Explore our high-quality ABS filament and ABS pellets, a material known for durability and strength. We offer only the best selection in a variety of colors by esteemed brands, for all of your 3D printing projects!
Discover our large selection of PETG filament available in multiple colors and standard diameter sizes. We provide high-quality fully recyclable PETG filament and PETG pellets by top brands for the best 3D printing experience.
TPU is a type of TPE and has become a popular 3D filament. This filament should be printed at low temperatures. It is recommended to print TPU with a direct extrusion system.
Print high-quality sturdy PVA supports for your PLA filament. Our PVA material is water-soluble and bonds extremely well with PLA filament. View this selection to discover PVA pro and PVA plus; special PVA filament that supports materials such as PETG filament and ABS filament.
Experience 3D printing with ASA filament, the popular outdoor filament with superior weather resistance. Take a look at our selection of high-grade ASA filament.
Carbon filament, also known as PC-PETG filament is an incredibly strong filament containing mini strands of carbon fibers. It has great layer adhesion and produces high-quality rigid objects, perfect for creating mechanical components. It is advised to use a hardened steel nozzle or a ruby tip nozzle for this filament material. Keep your 3D printer’s nozzle in the best condition with our cleaning filament.
HIPS is a support 3D material mostly used for ABS filament. In its pure form, this filament has a milky white color and prints at 240 degrees celsius. HIPS filament has the same properties as ABS although it does print a bit easier. HIPS filament is soluble in d-limonene.
Nylon filament, also referred to sometimes as polyamide, is a very flexible 3D filament material. It is stronger and more durable than ABS and PLA. This material does print at a high temperature and requires a heated bed. Nylon can handle friction and abrasion very well and can be repeatedly bent without breaking.
PCL filament is a low-temperature material that is not used as often as the materials mentioned above. The melt temperature for PCL filament material is 60 degrees celcius, making it easy to remodel. After PCL filament has cooled down, the material becomes impact-resistant and rigid.
Explore 3D printing professional filament materials with PEEK filament and PEKK filament. There are different types of PEEK filament and PEKK filament materials available with unique qualities such as superior mechanical and chemical properties. These materials can withstand extreme temperature variations and require to be printed at high temperatures.
Discover 3D printing with PEI filament, an amorphous thermoplastic with exceptional strength. This filament material is part of the professional materials line by Real Filament and has an impressive glass transition temperature of 186°C.
With PPSU filament, you can print 3D models and parts with outstanding chemical and thermal resistance. This filament provides ultimate stiffness and impact resistance. PPSU filament has high tensile strength and can operate in temperatures up to 180°C.
Pick a filament material that best supports your 3D printing goals. The type of material that you buy should be compatible with your 3D printer. This will depend on the maximum temperature levels of the 3D printer and whether a heated bed is required for the 3D material type. The filament material that you choose will also influence the overall function, look and feel of the 3D printed design. Once you have chosen the filament material type that you would like to 3D print with, there are a few more aspects to consider. First and foremost pick a filament diameter size that fits your printer’s nozzle. Be sure to also buy a filament material with the weight listed that you prefer, and of course select any color you would like. A great high-quality 3D filament brand to start with is our own RepRap Filament which ensures consistency and great-looking 3D models!
If you are wondering which 3D filament material you should buy for your project, view our guide to 3D printer filament to assist you with making a well-informed decision!
For more questions or any assistance, contact our customer service. We are happy to help!