The most commonly used and versatile material in 3D printing. While not the strongest, it's perfect for fun creations like magnets and molds!
This material is commonly used for water bottles—known for its strength, flexibility, and resistance to abrasion. It's also the only food-safe option, making it perfect for cookie cutters and more!
The automotive-grade material used for car bumpers—known for exceptional heat resistance and strength. It outperforms PETG but requires more advanced printing skills.
The ultimate in abrasion and impact resistance with our top-tier material. Though challenging to print, it reigns as the strongest option available, perfect for robust mechanical parts.
The sole flexible material on the market—a powerhouse with exceptional temperature resistance and bending capabilities. Its unique properties make it the most challenging material to print.
Very high in flexibility and durability with this material, accompanied by high chemical resistance. However, be prepared for the challenge of printing with its low strength and stiffness.