High feed rate relative printing temperature
Tolerance of diameter
Diameter variation within a unit (usual)


by polymer

This category regroups the 3D printer filaments, by polymers, offered by ColoriLAB, for 3D printing.

by polymer There are 1012 products.


  • PLA

    PLA 3D printer filaments (Polylactic Acid - Polylactide)

  • ABS

    ABS 3D printer filaments (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene) is more impact and heat resistant than regular PLA and is one of the most popular polymer in the plastic industry.

  • HIPS

    HIPS 3D printer filaments (High Impact Polystyrene) is impact resistant & a nice complement to ABS and PLA 3D printing filaments. It can be used as supports since it is dissolved by D-Limonene.

  • Nylon PA

    Nylon PA (polyamide) 3D printer filament from ColoriLAB is impact resistant, has a low coefficient of friction and good durability against abrasion.

  • PETG

    PETG 3D printer filament polyethylene terephthalate glycol combines the fascinating transparency (when offered as clear or as transparent & translucent colors) with mechanical and enviable 3D printing properties. Having a low shrinkage rate, it is stable and has a very low distortion (warpage) behavior, when 3D printing. Also offering properties resembling those of the polycarbonate (PC), although less performing, the PETG 3D printer filament prints quite as easily as the PLA 3D printer filament.

  • TPE

    TPE 3D printer filament is a thermoplastic elastomer (rubber) more or less easy to stretch according to its hardness.

  • TPU

    TPU 3D printer filament is a polyurethane based thermoplastic elastomer that offers a good durability to abrasion and can be used to obtain a rubberized surface (soft touch rubber feel) or to make wheels, tires, shoe soles, hoses, seals, etc.

  • PC

    PC 3D printer filament (polycarbonate) offers excellent mechanical and thermal properties specifications: it is stiff and strong while having a great impact and heat resistance. It can also be clear and translucent.

  • PVA

    PVA 3D printing filament (Polyvinyl alcohol) is water soluble. It allows to print ephemeral 3D objects that will be dissolved by rain or water. The PVA 3D printer filament may also be used to print supports that will be dissolved in water, while you're working on other tasks.

  • POM

    POM 3D printer filament (acetal, polyoxymethylene) offers properties similar to the nylon (PA) filament. Some advantages of the POM 3D printing filament are: its low humidity absorption, its resistance to lubricants and oils, its good friction and creep resistance, its good flexural performance and its fatigue endurance (springs). POM acetal is UV rays sensitive without protection. Moreover, when used in a friction interface with nylon (PA), the friction coefficient between the POM and the PA is very low. POM is a potential alternative to nylon and used to make bushings, gears, etc.

  • PP

    PP 3D printer filament (polypropylene) offers excellent flexural (live hinges) and fatigue characteristics; its macromolecules can be oriented in the stress solicitation direction. It also offers a good resistance to cracking under load.

  • ASA

    ASA 3D printer filaments (Acrylic Styrene Acrylonitrile) are somewhat similar to ABS but having great outdoor durability & improved weather resistance (UV resistance, etc). ASA filaments provide interesting toughness & rigidity while offering good chemical resistance and superior resistance to yellowing and aging.

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