What does all this terminology mean? PLA? TPU? PETG?
No matter if you are just starting out or are an experienced 3D printer, you may have questions about what the difference is between the different types or what type of filament is best suited for a specific project.
We have a basic overview for the types of filament that we carry to help you make your decision. Follow the links at the bottom of this page for these overviews.
If you have any specific questions about our filaments, please reach out to us, we love hearing from our customers!
It is important to avoid humidity when storing your 3D printer filament because excessive humidity can cause many different problems with all types of filament.
We store our filament in a controlled environment with dehumidifiers running 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure that you receive the best product possible. A reputable supplier will make sure that their filament is stored in optimal condition, if you are unsure about how they store their filament it is best to ask directly.
But what can you do once your receive the filament to ensure that your product does not begin to deteriorate once you receive it?
We recommend purchasing a container that has the ability to be air-tight, and using dissidents. Use of these products will prolong your filament's life and save your money.
We sell an inexpensive and effective storage solution, visit our shop to check it out!