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Polylactic Acid (PLA) is a biodegradable thermoplastic made from renewable resources like corn starch or sugarcane. The main benefit of PLA is that it’s easy to print making it a natural choice for beginners to 3D printing. PLA melts at a lower temperature, it tends not to warp, it doesn’t give off unpleasant odours and PLA also doesn’t require a heated bed or an enclosed 3D printer. Our range includes PLA filaments from bq, MakerBot, Premium PRI-MAT, as well as PLA filaments recommended by Daemon3D Print at market beating prices.

Engineering Filaments

Engineering Filaments include filaments best suited for industrial prototyping and manufacturing within the professional sector. These filaments possess flexibility, strength and the ability to withstand hot temperatures. Our range includes ABS that you will be able to produce 3D prints with higher strength, flexibility and durability than those printed with PLA, Engineering PLA's from MakerBot, Leapfrog, Carbodeon and Daemon3D which have similar printing properties as PLA, but with a stronger end result than ABS. We also offer a range of PETG filaments from Leapfrog and Recreus that is widely known from its use in plastic bottles and being weatherproof, recyclable and extremely strong, and the plastic Polypropylene (PP) filament we offer is made of one of the most used plastics in the world with a wide range of industrial and consumer applications.

Flexible Filaments

We offer Flexible Filaments from a range of manufacturers including Recreus and MakerBot. Flexible filaments allow you to create complex elastic designs with no need to modify your printer at all. This material is used in many industries from automotive instrument panels to medical devices, and you will be able to print things like rubber wheels or mechanical grips.


These PETG filament samples are strong, weatherproof, recyclable and extremely strong. PET, widely known from its use in plastic bottles, is known in multiple forms, where PETG is one of them. The chemical structure differs from PET, but the properties are nearly identical. The PETG filament combines the functionality of ABS (stronger, temperature resistant, more durable) and reliability of PLA (easy to print) in one material.

Stratasys Filaments

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.

3D Support Materials & Removing Agents

If you need to print 3D objects with overhanging or moveable parts, these 3D support materials and dissolvable filaments provide the tools you need. Once printed, the 3D part is placed in the appropriate agent the 3D support materials dissolve away leaving a clean printed part.

Special Materials

PLA and ABS filaments are the most commonly used 3D printing materials and they are perfect for basic 3D printing and prototyping. If you have more demanding applications then there is an impressive range of new specialist 3D print materials on the market. 

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