PLA - so-called starting material for 3D printing PLA (polylactic acid) is the most widely used material for 3D printing. The best choice for hobby printing. PLA material is biodegradable.
PLA+ (polylactic acid) PLA+ is a true evolution of PLA - simply better in every way!
PETG (polyethylene terephthalate glycol)The PETG material is essentially the same as the known PET material from which PET bottles are made. The G in the acronym PETG stands for Glycol which is added during the manufacturing process. Glycol modifies
ABS (akrylonitrilbutadienstyren) is one of the first materials intended for 3D printing using FFF/FDM technology. It is more suitable for advanced makers. It enables high-quality printing for large objects and also demanding details. This material is
ABS-T (akrylonitrilbutadienstyren + methyl-methacrylate) it is an ABS material enriched with MMA. It is more suitable for advanced makers. This material is very strong and heat resistant (up to 98 ° C). It is perfectly acetone-soluble. For the cohesi


ASA (acrylonitrile styrene acrylate) material can be considered a true successor to ABS. Ideal for outside use - highly UV stable, water and impact resistant.
PC/ABS (polycarbonate + akrylonitrilbutadienstyren) this material is extremely tough and hard, high impact and heat resistant (up to 115 °C). Ideal for industrial use - mechanical components.
PAJet 160 nylon (polyamide) is an engineering thermoplastic with print parameters similar to ABS. PAJet is highly heat resistant (up to 160 ° C), impact, chemicals, and mechanical resistance. Is ideal for rolling and sliding components (e.g. bearings
PPJet (polypropylene) is the thermoplastic we encounter most often in everyday life. It is very often used by the food industry (packaging, cups, lids, etc.). The material is characterized by high toughness and can withstand higher temperatures than
PEIJet 1010 Ultem (polyetherimide) is suitable for advanced and skilled makers and for rather industrial printers. Is extremely strong, high heat-resistant (more than 200°C), thermally stable and contains flame retardant.
TPE (thermoplastic elastomer) Thermoplastic elastomers are polymer systems that combine application properties of elastomers (flexibility, elasticity) and processing properties of thermoplastics (easier to process and recyclability). It is similar to