Our wide range of 3D filaments are used in the Stratasys, bq and MakerBot printers, as well as being compatible with most FFF/FDM 3D printers.
We offer BQ and MakerBot PLA, as well as a Daemon3D Recommends PLA. PLA 3D Printer Filament prints 3D objects that are glossier than ABS and forms corners without cracking or warping. PLA is a more environmentally friendly filament and more suited to a domestic or education environment as it gives off no fumes, so can be used around children.
ABS filaments have a longer life span, it is more flexible and more shock resistant than PLA. Its’ mechanical properties lend it to engineering parts where not only form and fit but also Function is important.
MakerBot ABS filament lets you produce high quality prints with less filament issues, reduced downtime and enhanced turnaround on the Makerbot Replicator 2X. While the Daemon3D Recommends ABS filament is aimed at providing high quality engineering prototype parts on any FFF/FDM printer with a heated bed.
Daemon3D Recommends COLD PLA is a new material on the market, but already has a significant fan base. COLD PLA produces parts with the engineering properties of ABS, printing ease of PLA and removes the need for a heated bed on your 3D printer; available in a range of colours at 1.75mm, it is a truly innovative product. Similarly, MakerBot Tough PLA Filament bundle creates strong and durable prototypes and fixtures. This unique filament is as tough as ABS, yet is as reliable to print with as PLA.
Stratasys offers a powerful range of additive manufacturing materials, including clear, rubberlike and biocompatible photopolymers, and tough high-performance thermoplastics. This variety lets you maximize the benefits of 3D printing throughout your product-development cycle. The HP Designjet ABS is a reliable HP modelling material and you will be able to produce durable models that are ready for fit form and functional testing.
With the Recreus FilaFlex 3D filament you can print elastic parts in 3D, this 3D Printer Filament is TPE with a polyurethane base and additives. The MakerBot Flexible Filament is a polyester based filament with a low melting point, heat your 3D printed part in hot water and this allows you to remould your part.
Support Materials and Removing Agents
If you need to print 3D objects with overhanging or moveable parts, these support materials and dissolvable filaments provide the tools you need. Once printed, the 3D part is placed in limonene or the Stratasys proprietary Cleaning Agent and the supports dissolve away leaving a clean, complete printed part. The HP Designjet 3D Soluble Support Material for the HP Designjet 3D Printer, it's used in combination with HP ABS plastics and dissolves when washed with the HP 3D Designjet Removal system.