3D Filaments


Polymaker PC-Max PolyCarbonate offers the absolute best in toughness that is simply unobtainable from other 3D printing materials of similar stiffness. This makes Polymaker PC-Max an excellent choice for real-world, engineering applications. Polymaker PC-Max also offers better heat resistance than almost all other 3D printing materials currently in the market. It can withstand temperatures well above 110 ºC.

For over 60 years Polycarbonate (PC) has become one of the most widely used engineering plastics and helped shape the modern world. Now with Polymaker PC-Plus, this age-old material has found a new youth in the burgeoning industry of 3D printing.

Polymaker PC-Plus offers better heat resistance than almost all other 3D printing materials currently in the market. It can withstand temperatures well above 110 ºC and parts made with Polymaker PC-Plus show much improved mechanical strength compared to ABS and PLA under almost all testing conditions.

Increased impact strength of up to 9 times that of regular PLA and 20% better than ABS

The good mechanical strength of PolyMax™ PLA is achieved with no compromise in printing quality. As PolyMax PLA is also produced with Jam-Free technology you can be certain you will get high quality prints with excellent strength while still enjoying the ease of printing PLA. Regular PLA is a very brittle material, which greatly limits its range of applications. PolyMax PLA was designed to change this. Featuring increased impact strength of up to 9 times that of regular PLA and 20% better than ABS, PolyMax PLA is a sure winner when it comes to toughness. So if you are looking for a material that can withstand your mechanically demanding tasks, PolyMax PLA is up to the challenge.

PolyPlus PLA is a premium PLA designed for all desktop FDM/FFF 3D printers. It is produced with PolyMakers patented Jam-Free technology that ensures consistent extrusion and prevents jams.

Unlike some filaments on the market our PolyPlus PLA does not release hazardous odours ensuring a safe and clean printing experience. PolyPlus PLA is great for the environment! Besides being completely biodegradable it has one of the most eco-responsible manufacturing processes in the industry, minimising the impact on our environment. PolyMakers patented Jam-Free technology dramatically improves the heat stability of the PLA filaments, so while printing they will never soften in the “cold end” and can melt rapidly once entering the heating zone. This leads to extremely smooth extrusion and no more nozzle-jams!

TRANSLUCENT VERSION OF POLYPLUS PLA

Unlike some filaments on the market our PolyPlus PLA does not release hazardous odours ensuring a safe and clean printing experience. PolyPlus PLA is great for the environment! Besides being completely biodegradable it has one of the most eco-responsible manufacturing processes in the industry, minimising the impact on our environment. PolyMakers patented Jam-Free technology dramatically improves the heat stability of the PLA filaments, so while printing they will never soften in the “cold end” and can melt rapidly once entering the heating zone. This leads to extremely smooth extrusion and no more nozzle-jams!

PolyFlex is a highly flexible yet easy to print 3D printing material. Featuring good elasticity and a large strain-to- failure, PolyFlex opens up a completely new realm of applications.

PolyFlex features a “Shore A” hardness of 90-95A and a large strain-to-failure of over 400%. These aren’t just figures on a page, but are tested values obtained from actual printed parts. What this means is that PolyFlex gives you cool flexible parts with no worry about the part breaking. PolyFlexis truly your best tool for creating fun flexible parts. Flexible filaments are known to be difficult to work with. Well not any more. PolyFlex is designed to be compatible with almost all desktop FDM/FFF printers and requires no hardware modification. Not only does it print smoothly but adheres well to a large variety of surfaces with no need for a heated build plate leaving you to think about nothing other than what model your going to print.

PolySupport is a material designed specifically to generate support structures that are adequate to support the part being built, and yet extremely easy to remove afterwards

PolySupport can be used on both dual and single-extrusion printers. It can be used either as a dedicated support material (dual-extrusion), or as both the modelling and support material (single-extrusion). In both cases the support structure can be easily removed. So no matter what printer you may have you can rely on PolySupport to support your creations. PolySupport works just like your regular 3D printing filaments. Easy to print and store. No sensitivity to normal moisture or heat and no need to work with dangerous organic solvents.

Instead of using wood to mimic wood, PolyMaker developed a unique foaming technology to deliver a material that mimics wood structurally.

PolyWood is the first and so far the only 3D printable foam material. The density of PolyWood is on average 0.8 g/cm³ which is 35- 40% lighter than regular PLA, so only PolyWood can achieve that light weight nature of Natural Wood. This leads to many interesting properties and potential applications such as lightweight structures, membrane, damping devices, and with its post processing potential even watertight models. PolyWood is composed entirely of polymers.