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3d Printer Filament

3d Printer Filament

Rs 9,000  / KgGet Best Price

Minimum Order Quantity: 10 Kg

Product Brochure

Filament Diameter1.75 mm
Filament ColorMulticolor
Print Temperature205 - 225 Deg C
Melting Temperature220 - 250 Deg C
Length330 meters
Non ToxicYes
Vacuum PackedYes



What type of filament is used in a 3D printer?


6 days ago

Typical 3D printing filament types used include PLA, PETG, or ABS. For the purpose of comparison, ABS-filled 3D printer plastic will be used. Carbon-fiber-filled filaments have improved mechanical properties when compared to unfilled thermoplastics. They also have good dimensional stability.




Which filament is best for 3D printing?


Polyethylene Terephthalate with Glycol – PETG

PETG filament is an extremely tough and durable 3D printing material. It can be printed without any odor. It offers the durability of ABS but with superb flexibility and minimal warping and shrinkage, which makes it one of the best 3D printer filament choice.


Why is 3D filament so expensive?


Higher quality 3D printing filaments come with a higher price tag. The manufacturing process for high-quality filaments requires additional quality control measures, tighter manufacturing tolerances, and the use of higher-quality raw materials. The result is a more consistent and reliable 3D printing experience.


Is 3D filament plastic?

The most widespread 3D-printing material, polylactic acid (PLA), is a biodegradable plastic made from renewable sources like corn starch. PLA has many benefits, such as a low melting point ideal for lightweight and consumer use


What is the strongest filament?

Polycarbonate (PC)

Polycarbonate (PC) delivers high tensile strength along with high impact and heat resistance. It's widely seen as one of the strongest 3D printing filaments. PC can be a little complicated to 3D print with because it requires a relatively high extrusion and build plate temperature.


How long does filament last?

The shelf life of filaments varies depending on several factors, such as the filament type and its method of storage. As we've said before, moisture is the number one enemy of filaments, so leaving them exposed can shorten their lifespan. With proper storage and care, you can use your filament for up to 12 months.

Additional Information:

  • Item Code: IFILAMENT
  • Production Capacity: 10000 KM
  • Delivery Time: READY

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