FILAMENTS

High Quality Filaments. Myriad of Colors and Materials to Choose from.

FILAMENTS

High Quality Filaments. Myriad of Colors and Materials to Choose from.

Buy 3D printer filaments in Nepal. Options With Printing Material. Desired Colors and the Right Material.

ABS

ABS

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, printing temperature: 210-240º C, with a heated bed at 80º C or more. Due to the nature of the plastic, ABS tends to be very easy to print with from a hot-end point of view – as in it’ll extrude beautifully from most hot-ends without fear of jamming or clogging. However it’s a little more difficult to deal with once it has been extruded, since it loves to shrink as it cools.
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The shrinkage can cause issues with the part lifting from the bed, or the layers cracking or splitting as the height of the object increases. For this reason it’s an absolute must to print ABS on a heated bed, and preferably within an enclosed-case printer.
ABS is a rather strong plastic if printed at sufficient temps to get a great layer bond. ABS has a decent amount of flex to it and it tends to bend rather than snap when put under pressure.

PLA

PLA

Polylactic Acid, Printing temperature:180 – 200º C, and can be printed without a heated bed, though small amount of about 50 º C is always better. PLA lays well on the print bed. With almost no shrinkage, you can print massive prints in open framed printers with little fear of lifting from the bed, warping or cracking, it’s a great filament to use for very long printing hours.

ABS

ABS+

UP ABS Plus filament is a superior grade compared to regular ABS. The UP ABS Plus grade has been engineered and designed for increased flexibility as well as increased strength compared to standard ABS. ABS Plus formula produces prints with more shine and luster. When your prints demand high specifications, then UP ABS Plus grade filament is your choice.

PVA

PVA

Polyvinyl Acetate, printing temperature for PVA is 170-190°C. PVA is a water-soluble filament which means two things: it makes an excellent support material and it MUST be kept dry. Just print a voluminous object with large support and put in water to get the ready-finished product.

PETG

PETG

Modified version of PET(Polyethylene terephthalate)—common plastic bottles, in case are wondering. The modification is achieved by adding a second glycol during polymerization. It’s more durable, highly impact-resistant. PETG filament has the reputation of combining the benefits
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of ABS (stronger, temperature resistant, more durable) and PLA (easy to print) in one material. Layer adhesion is usually excellent with very less chance of warping or shrinking of your prints. Regarded safe to use with foods and edible items.