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Size: 1.75mm +/- 0.05mm
Printing temperature: 1.75 mm: 190-210 ° C
Bed temperature: 55 ° C


The advantage of this material is its simple handling on 3D printers, print quality even in demanding detail and excellent layering of the printed object.
The PVA filament is made of a polymer that is ideal for printing support designs from 3D printers, which then dissolve in water.
Diameter: 1.75 mm (+/- 0.05 mm)
Printing temperature: 205-220 ° C


The HIPS filament is made of a polymer that has very similar properties to ABS in terms of stiffness and impact strength. 3D printing products can be sanded and surface-treated.
This is the support material HIPS NATURAL is soluble in Lemonesol, it produces excellent support for ABS, which does not damage after removal. Modern manufacturing technology ensures the accuracy and quality of the filament.
Diameter: 1.75 mm (+/- 0.05 mm)
Printing temperature: 245 ° - 250 ° C
Bed temperature: 90 ° -100 ° C
Dissolution in Lemonesol - a few hours


This material is typically used to print 3D models that require maximum flexibility.
Fiber Diameter: 1.75mm ± 0.05mm
Printing temperature: 220-250 ° C
Bed temperature: 110-130 ° C
We recommend turning off radiators that cool the 3D model when printing.

ESD ABS Karbon

3DXNano ™ ESD ABS unique 3D filament with carbon nanotubes. Surface resistivity: 10 ~ 7 -10 ~ 9 Ohm. Application example: PCB covers, electronic circuits, antistatic materials to dusty environment.

Recommended nozzle diameter (0.35) 0.4mm and more.
Printing temperature: 220-240 ° C
Bed temperature: 100-110 ° C


Sliding material
Weight 25g
Printing temperature: 220-250 ° C
Plate temperature: 90-110 ° C


The water-soluble Innofil3D InnoSolve Natural printing line is ideally suited as a support material for form-complex prints, especially of PLA or ABS
Printing temperature: 210-230 ° C

Bendley - Optical polycarbonate

Polycarbonate is currently the hardest material to print on FDM / FFF 3D printers. At the same time it is a material that resists the highest temperatures (up to 130 ° C). The material is therefore used for printing very strong and very durable parts. Unfortunately, the disadvantage of this material is the high thermal expansion, which often causes deformations of the model, especially those larger, when printing. The material is therefore more suitable for printing small 3D models.
Printing temperature: 230-260 ° C
Bed temperature: 130 ° C

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