Read our buyer's guide to learn about PLA filament, it's various blends on the market, where you can buy them, and how PLA compares to ABS.
Looking for the best 3D printer filament? Check out our selection of the best PLA, PETG, ABS, and flexible filaments available right now.
Check out our 2019 PETG guide, where we explain and compare PETG filament, and test and review the best brands. Includes tips and tricks for the best PETG print settings and more.
Stringing is a common 3D printing problem that can be prevented in a couple of ways. Let's explore those methods to rid your 3D printer stringing woes.
Check out our 3D printing materials guide to learn about all materials used for home and industrial 3D printing today.
Want to keep your filament in tip-top shape? Engineer and 3D printing enthusiast RichRap shows us how to create DIY Heated DryBox for 3D Printing filament for under $20.
Clear/transparent PLA filaments combine their natural strengths for an easy, durable, and unique 3D printing experience.
When it comes to making your PLA objects stronger and more heat resistant, all you need is some time and heat...
Vanquish those layer lines and make your 3D printed part look more professional with ABS smoothing! This guide will get you started.
ABS 3D printer filament is the most used home 3D printer filament after PLA. But what are the advantages and disadvantages of ABS filament? Let’s take a look.
Widely recognized in traditional manufacturing, PEEK can also be 3D printed. Check out our guide to the best peek 3D printers. Includes everything you need to know about 3D printing PEEK and PEI.
Got an Ender 3 and looking to explore the filament spectrum? Check out this Ender 3 filament guide to learn all about the materials that are compatible with your machine.
Polycarbonate is a famously tough yet challenging material to 3D print due to its unique properties. Ensure success with polycarbonate 3D printing using this helpful guide!
3D printers material costs can rack up fairly quickly. Review this list of materials and learn just how much money you should set aside for feeding your machine.
PLA welding is a great technique to put in your 3D printing tool box. Allowing you to join two 3D printed pieces together or fill in cracks, PLA welding can form strong, durable bonds. How does it work? When should you use it? Read on to learn more.
Have you ever wanted to make your own multi-color materials? Now you can by...3D printing filament? That's right. Thingiverse user Turbo_SunShine shows us how to repurpose your filament to create new color combinations!
PLA is by far the most popular FDM 3D printing material. Get down to business with this quick rundown of its ideal print settings and applications.