Since every 3D printing technology makes use of a different material, there are many categories and price ranges. Check out this article to get an overview of 3D printing materials and their costs.
Is your 3D print stuck to the bed? Here are 6 ways how to remove 3D prints from the bed without ruining your build platform. Get ready for some really unusual methods.
Moisture from the air can easily ruin your 3D printer filament, meaning it can also ruin your prints! Here's how to save a wet spool.
Flexible filaments like TPU are becoming popular to test 3D printer capabilities and, of course, print objects that can stretch, bend, and curl. The question is, what is this TPU we keep hearing about, and which brands offer the best varieties? Keep reading to find out!
If you're going to buy filament, why not buy the most popular 3D printer filaments at the most popular online retailer?
In this Carbon Fiber Filament Guide, you will learn about the different types, use cases, and compare some brands of carbon fiber filament.
Instructables member Ian McMill shows how to make a filament extruder for less than $150. The machine can produce PLA and ABS filament.
Looking to try your hand at a new, application-specific 3D printing material? In this guide, we take a look at the benefits, uses, and brands of ASA filament.
Polycarbonate (PC) has seen decades as one of the toughest of engineering plastics, and now, you can 3D print it. Check out what PC filament is good for, how to print it, and the purchase options that are available.
Ever wish you could print a complex model and have the supports just melt away afterwards? Or do you want a better, easier alternative to ABS? Well, we've got a material for you! Keep reading to discover the wonders of HIPS filament!
Hailed as 3D printable rubber, flexible filaments like TPE are as squishy, stretchy, and rubbery as it gets. Here, we've broken down what TPE is good for, how to print it, and the purchase options that are available.
In this article, you’ll learn about the water-soluble PVA material. Also, you’ll find the most interesting PVA filaments available on the market.
For a limited time, Aldi supermarkets in Australia will sell the Cocoon Create desktop 3D printer once again, but this time for just $299.
Amolen offers a wide selection of specialized consumer PLA. Join us as we take a spool of Amolen Marble-Like PLA filament for a test ride.
Ninjatek’s Armadillo filament is one of the toughest FDM 3D printing materials on the market. Join us as we take some Ninjatek Armadillo for a test ride.
Polymaker offers its PolyLite PLA in a bright green color. Join us as we take a spool of Polymaker PolyLite PLA Lulzbot Green filament for a test ride.
Twinkle, twinkle, PLA: All3DP takes Fillamentum's deep blue Vertigo Starlight on a test ride.