Below is a list of MakerBot Filament
//Trusted by leading companies and institutions the world over
MakerBot PLA Filament is the best, most consistent filament optimized for Fifth Generation MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers and the MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printer. Like all MakerBot Filaments, it’s made in the USA and tested in-house to help produce higher-quality prints, reduce filament problems, and minimize downtime.
Explore your creativity with a wide variety of colors and special properties in a filament with a consistently round diameter to ensure consistent flow through the extruder nozzle and smooth, even layers. When used with MakerBot Replicator 3D Printers, MakerBot PLA Filament helps produce higher quality prints, reduce filament problems, and minimize downtime.
MakerBot PLA Filament System Compatibility
//Biodegradable thermoplastic derived from renewable resources.
Polylactic acid (PLA) is a biodegradable thermoplastic derived from renewable resources. Safe for the office, this material is non-toxic and easy-to-print with high reliability and dimensional accuracy. MakerBot precision PLA Material is optimized with the slicing algorithm in our software to give you the best results and highest quality. Ideal for the early stages of concept modelling and form studies, PLA printed objects will generally have a glossier look and feel. Available in Cool Gray, True White, True Orange, True Red, Natural and True Black.
MakerBot PLA Precision Filament System Compatibility
//Engineered for durable and strong 3D printed prototypes and fixtures. Print with confidence. Print Tough.
With up to 2X the impact-strength of ABS and similar tensile and flexural strength properties, Tough gives you durability for a wide variety of industrial applications that hold up under all types of stress. Tough is designed to overcome common flaws in ABS 3D printing – including warping and curling – so you can print your parts reliably without excessive adjustments or tweaking. Throw your printed part into the CNC or drill press; tap some threads and bolt on a steel bracket, or sand the surface and paint for a finished presentation pieces. Whatever your design challenge, Tough makes it easy to test and present your parts in real-world applications.
Available in four colors – slate grey, safety orange, stone white and onyx black – for creators who need to color code their parts or want more creative.
MakerBot Tough System Compatibility
//Thermoplastic engineered for durable, strong, and precise 3D printed prototypes and fixtures.
Tough Precision Model Material is a thermoplastic engineered for durable, strong, and dimensionally accurate 3D printed prototypes and fixtures. With up to 2X the impact-strength of ABS and similar tensile and flexural strength properties, MakerBot Tough Material gives you high durability and toughness. Available in Slate Gray, Onyx Black, Stone White and Safety Orange.
MakerBot Precision Tough Filament System CompatibilityDownload Spec Sheet
//Real, Production-Grade ABS for Manufacturing Applications
MakerBot real ABS is a real, production-grade ABS material formulation for creating strong and durable functional prototypes, manufacturing tools, and end-use parts. Unlike desktop ABS material formulations containing damaging modifiers and stabilizers that lead to warping and cracking, this real ABS formulation empowers engineers to achieve part properties close to injection molded parts with high dimensional accuracy, durability, and repeatability. Supported by Stratasys® SR-30 soluble material for unlimited geometric freedom, outpace your competition with better materials and better parts. Only with METHOD and MakerBot real ABS.
MakerBot ABS Filament System CompatibilityDownload Spec Sheet
//Print Durable and Heat-Resistant Prototypes and End-Use Parts
MakerBot PC-ABS is a strong, engineering-grade material that has both a high heat resistance and high impact resistance. When ABS does not provide a high enough impact resistance, but high heat resistance is still required, PC-ABS is a great alternative, due to the addition of polycarbonate.
MakerBot PC-ABS Filament System CompatibilityDownload Spec Sheet
//Print Flame Retardant Durable and Heat-Resistant Prototypes and End-Use Parts
MakerBot PC-ABS FR is a flame retardant version of MakerBot PC-ABS. Flame retardance is a common requirement for materials used in the production passenger carrying vehicles such as rail cars and automobiles and airplanes. The benefit being that FR extinguishes flames preventing the spread of fire.
MakerBot PC-ABS FR Filament System CompatibilityDownload Spec Sheet
//UV and Moisture Resistance for Demanding Outdoor Applications
ASA combines the qualities of ABS with the added benefit of UV resistance and additional moisture resistance making it ideal for equipment exposed to sunlight and rain over long periods of time – such as products for the agriculture, transportation, and power and utility industries.
MakerBot ASA Filament System CompatibilityDownload Spec Sheet
//Ensures fast and effortless support removal for your most complex prints.
MakerBot’s Precision PVA is a water-soluble support material extensively-tested for the highest reliability, dimensional accuracy and a superior surface finish.
MakerBot Precision PVA Filament System Compatibility
//High Abrasion-Resistance for Industrial Manufacturing Applications
MakerBot Specialty Nylon is an engineering-grade material that is optimized for high abrasion resistance due to its excellent flexural, tensile, and impact strength, not to mention a heat resistance of up to 180°C.
MakerBot Nylon is compatible with MakerBot’s water soluble PVA for unrestricted geometric freedom and is ideal for demanding applications in the automotive and industrial products industries for both functional prototypes and end-use parts.
MakerBot Nylon Filament System CompatibilityDownload Spec Sheet
//Print Strong, Heat-Resistant Metal Replacement Parts
MakerBot Nylon 12 Carbon Fiber is optimized for high strength-to-weight ratio, stiffness, and heat resistance, making it ideal for structural applications and metal replacements. Nylon 12 Carbon Fiber also has superior moisture resistance, resulting in easier printing, more consistent results, and parts that can perform in a wider range of environments.
MakerBot Nylon 12 Carbon Fiber Filament System CompatibilityDownload Spec Sheet
//Superior Part Durability and Chemical Resistance
PETG is the material of choice for printing high-performance parts that demand excellent durability along with temperature, moisture, and chemical resistance. Engineers and designers use PETG to produce durable prints with speed and agility that can withstand industrial applications including functional prototypes, jigs and fixtures, and end-use parts.
- Excellent mechanical properties, including high durability and toughness: 8.1 kJ/m² Impact Strength (ISO 179)
- Higher heat resistance than both PLA and Tough: 70C Heat Deflection Temperature (ASTM 648)
- Chemical resistance to acidic and alkali compounds
- Moisture Resistant: 1104 ppm moisture absorption (ISO 62)
- Prints with water-soluble PVA supports
MakerBot Specialty PETG Filament System CompatibilityDownload Spec Sheet
//Dissolvable support material from Stratasys.
SR-30 is a proprietary material developed by Stratasys to work seamlessly with ABS, ASA, and various other high-temp materials. Because of this focused development, using SR-30 with these typically more challenging materials can yield exceptional results not possible with PVA which is very difficult to use with ABS.
Stratasys® SR-30 Filament System Compatibility
//Unlock your METHOD with Unlimited Materials.
Open Materials Platform. Print third-party materials on an industrial 3D printing platform with modular hardware and advanced print settings.
Partner Materials. Discover pre-qualified materials from leading filament companies to explore new 3D printing applications.
New Applications. Tap your innovative spirit and explore new 3D printing applications. Experiment with a wide range of materials and properties to realize your ideas.
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AND MANY MORE TO COME
A growing list of partners are working to qualify filament for use with the MakerBot LABS and the Experimental Extruder.