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3D Printer Filament

To prepare an extraordinary meal, it is important to carefully select the best ingredients. But with so many options, how do you know which ingredient you should use? The same thing goes for filaments, and that's where FormFutura steps in. Looking for filaments that are strong, rigid, soft, flexible? We have it all. Looking for a strong 3D printer filament like Nylon? No problem. Looking for specialized creative filaments for your design? Again, no problem! If the latter applies to you, check out our StoneFilEasyWoodGalaxy PLA, or High Gloss PLA.

Available in 19 colors
EasyFil PLA
  • Wide variety of opaque colors

  • Improved material flow behavior

  • Less rigid than standard PLA

  • Impact modified PLA filament
€ 24,75 € 18,56 18.56 EUR
Available in 8 colors
Volcano PLA
  • >95°C heat resistance (annealed)

  • High impact resistance

  • Engineered for high print speeds

  • Prints as PLA, performs like ABS
€ 33,02 € 24,77 24.77 EUR
Available in 8 colors
ReForm rPLA
  • Recycled PLA filament

  • Same formulation as EasyFil PLA

  • Wide variety of earth colors

  • Less rigid than standard PLA
€ 16,52 € 12,39 12.39 EUR
Available in 10 colors
Premium PLA
  • PLA with higher crystallinity

  • Comes on industrial spool sizes

  • Available in 10 colors

  • Biodegradable 
€ 24,75 € 18,56 18.56 EUR
1.75mm Crystal Flex 3500gr (Sale)

€ 164,88 € 82,44 82.44 EUR
  • Carbon fiber reinforced PP filament

  • ESD surface resistance of ≤10⁷Ω

  • Temperature resistant up to 130 °C

  • For 3D printing strong and stiff parts

€ 61,98 € 46,49 46.49 EUR
  • 15% carbon fiber reinforced PA6 filament

  • High mechanical strenght and stiffness

  • Temperature resistant up to 160 °C

  • Tensile strength up to 120 MPa

€ 61,98 € 46,49 46.49 EUR
  • PA6 based 3D printer filament

  • 50% less water uptake @ 4 times slower rate

  • Temperature resistant up to 160 °C

  • Good electrical properties

€ 45,41 € 34,06 34.06 EUR
  • PA6 based 3D printer filament

  • 50% less water uptake @ 4 times slower rate

  • Temperature resistant up to 160 °C

  • Good electrical properties

€ 45,41 € 34,06 34.06 EUR
Available in 9 colors
High Gloss PLA
  • Extremely high surface gloss

  • High level of light dispersion

  • High level of light reflection

  • 3D prints without visible layers
€ 28,92 € 21,69 21.69 EUR
Available in 7 colors
  • Extremely impact resistant

  • Heat resistant up to 220°C

  • Superior hydrolytic resistance

  • Exceptional chemical resistance
€ 84,71 € 63,53 63.53 EUR
  • Best 3D printable PEKK filament

  • Excellent mechanical properties

  • Heat resistant up to 300°C

  • Unique tribological properties
€ 132,23 € 99,17 99.17 EUR
  • Excellent mechanical properties

  • Heat resistant up to 186°C

  • High dimensional accuracy

  • Excellent chemical resistance
€ 59,92 € 44,94 44.94 EUR
  • Excellent mechanical properties

  • Heat resistant up to 217°C

  • Long-term hydrolytic stability

  • Exceptional chemical resistance
€ 59,92 € 44,94 44.94 EUR
  • Very high strength and stiffness

  • For dynamically-stressed parts

  • Heat resistant up to 280°C

  • Exceptional chemical resistance
€ 136,36 € 102,27 102.27 EUR
  • Excellent mechanical properties

  • UL 94 V-0 flammability rating

  • Heat resistant up to 260°C

  • Exceptional chemical resistance
€ 115,70 € 86,78 86.78 EUR
Available in 6 colors
Tough PLA
  • PLA with ABS-like strength

  • High impact resistance

  • High interlayer strength

  • Strong, stiff and durable
€ 28,92 € 21,69 21.69 EUR
Available in 7 colors
  • Next generation ABS filament

  • High interlayer strength

  • Zero warping and superb adhesion

  • Improved mechanical properties
€ 28,92 € 21,69 21.69 EUR
Available in 4 colors
Thibra3D Skulpt

€ 37,15 € 27,86 27.86 EUR
Available in 3 colors
  • Industrial PA12 (nylon) filament

  • Superb mechanical properties

  • UV and weather resistant

  • High dimensional accuracy
€ 35,12 € 26,34 26.34 EUR

The basics of 3D printing

Additive manufacturing - or 3D printing as it's commonly referred to - may sound vague, but it's actually pretty straightforward. All you need to get started with 3D printing is a sliced 3D printing model, a 3D printer, and 3D printer filament or resin that is compatible with the printer. During the design phase of your model, it is best practice to consider the implications of 3D printing it down the line. Knowing the 3D printer and the materials you will be using it with is fundamental.

Aside of 3D printing fundamentals, we highly recommend getting familiar with the basic specifications of materials. It will greatly benefit you when you are selecting the right material for your project. Just like there are many different 3D printers, there is a wide range of 3D printer filament available. Because there is a constant flow of new and innovative materials at FormFutura, we want to keep things as simple as possible for you. On our category pages you may find additional information about their respective material type, and how they are typically used. Not all category pages have such information available, so we are continuously adding more.

Finding the right 3D printer filament for you

We previously talked about selecting the best ingredients , but how does one ideally go about finding the right 3D printer filaments? With so many viable options, it's easy to lose the overview and automatically revert to sticking to the few filaments you know.

An easy way to break the mold if by asking: Does your 3D print require mechanical properties? Ifso, determine which properties are most important and look at filaments accordingly. As we offer a wide range of 3D printer filaments, there's bound to be a filament that is perfect for your application. Our product range includes filaments with an emphasis on strength, rigidity, softness, flexibility, versatility, unique aesthetic properties, and much more.

While considering the mechanical properties, it is also a great idea to look at which 3D printer filaments are popular. Great examples of this are PLA, ABS, and PETG. The most popular of which is PLA filament. PLA is very easy to print and is often used for applications that focus on visual features. Typical applications include prototyping and decorative objects. ABS is very functional thanks to its mechanical properties, whereas PETG is highly versatile. More on those below.


FFF/FDM 3D printers commonly extrude 3D printer filament through nozzles with a diameter of 1.75mm or 2.85mm in thickness. At FormFutura, we offer all our filaments in both diameters. By doing so, we aim to ensure you will always able to select the right filament for your 3D printer.

Another aspect we take great care in is diameter tolerance. In short, diameter tolerance is the consistency of the thickness of filament. This is an important factor, because the filament has to fit in your 3D printer and consistently extrude the same amount of filament. Our global standard is a diameter tolerance of below 0.05mm. Lower is better. We find that this anything below this amount is more than sufficient to accurately and consistently extrude the right amount of filament.

Compounds and additives

It is a given that 3D printer filaments are made from thermoplastic materials. Typically a filament contains a single thermoplastic or a compound of two or more thermoplastics. For example, our ABSpro Flame Retardant filament is the resulting product of an ABS and PolyCarbonate blend. However, there are also filaments that contains additives. These so-called additives, or fillers, are secondary materials or substances (usually in the form of solid particles).

Adding additives to the primary plastic result in a modification of the properties of the resulting 3D printner filament. Modifying properties of plastics may offer great possibilities, such as additional strength. To give another example, adding carbon fibers improves the stiffness, strength and toughness of the filament. These properties nicely carry over to the printed objects, opening up opportunities for much stronger 3D prints. The same thing applies for additives with an impact on aesthetics. This enables us to create some truly unique effects. Great example of these are stonepowder in StoneFil and wood particles in EasyWood.

The different 3D printer filament types

As we have discussed at length, there are a lot of 3D printer filaments available. Before we briefly mentioned the three most popular filaments PLA, ABS, and PETG. Well nowadays the choice of filaments is huge. Not only in materials, but also in strength, color, and flexibility. This makes it so that there is a lot of potential for great 3D prints. Let's briefly go over the material types.

PLA filament

The abbreviation 'PLA' stands for Polylactic acid or polylactide. PLA filament is biodegradable and made from renewable resources, such as corn starch, cassava roots chips or starch. PLA filament is by far the most populair 3D printer filament in the market. It gained its popularity mainly for two reasons. First of all, its user-friendliness. PLA filament is very easy to print and can be printed on all 3D printers. Secondly, its biodegradability which makes it an environmental friendly material above other thermoplastics. Due to these two factors it is embraced by many.

ABS filament

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) is an oil-based thermoplastic. ABS filament is a perfect choice for 3D objects that have to be strong or need a high impact resistancy. After 3D printing with ABS it is possible to post-process your print with acetone. This creates a beautiful glossy effect on your print. The material is known to be strong, tough, and durable. Next to that, it offers good resistance to heat, electricity, and everyday chemicals. ABS filament is a bit flexible and therefore less brittle than PLA. However, as an oil-based product ABS filament is less environmental friendly in comparison with PLA filament.

PETG Filament

Next to ABS and PLA filament one of the most common plastics is PETG filament. PETG basically is a beautiful allround filament suitable for multiple applications. You may know PETG from a soda bottle. In the world of 3D printing PETG does combine the best parts of PLA and ABS in one unique filament. PETG offers a similar strength to ABS, while the odor that is released when printing is much less. Furthermore, PETG comes in the widest range of different colors. This mainly is due to the fact that it can be supplied in both opaque and translucent versions.

ASA Filament

ApolloX is a modified ASA based 3D printer filament that promises improved mechanical properties. ASA filaments are perfectly suitable for 3D printing mechanical parts and outdoor applications. ASA filament is UV and weather resistant and combines high strength and heat resistant properties. Furthermore, this filament is resilient to chemical influences and heath. This makes ASA a perfect engineering filament for outdoor and automotive applications.