Filament

MAKERBOT FILAMENT OPTIMIZED TO GIVE YOU
THE BEST RESULTS AND HIGHEST QUALITY

Through rigorous testing and tuning, MakerBot filament is optimized
with the slicing algorithm in our software to give you the best results
and highest quality with MakerBot 3D Printers.

MAKERBOT MATERIALS FOR REPLICATOR+ MINI+ & REPLICATOR Z18

MAKERBOT PLA

Safe for the classroom, office, or home, this material is non-toxic and easy to print with minimal warping or curling. It’s also the best, most consistent material to use with previous MakerBot Replicator 3D printer models.

MAKERBOT TOUGH

Created for engineers and designers, MakerBot Tough PLA Filament allows you to print durable,
high-impact strength prototypes and fixtures. This filament is tested and optimized to print reliably and easily with the Tough PLA Smart Extruder+.

MAKERBOT MATERIALS FOR METHOD

MakerBot Materials for Method are manufactured to exacting diameter and quality specifications. Shipped in a vacuum-sealed metalized polyester bag, quality is preserved right up until opening.

The Smart Spool™ provides valuable information including material type, color, and amount remaining
via an RFID chip directly to MakerBot Print, while a built-in desiccant absorbs any moisture exposure during the material loading process.

MAKERBOT PRECISION PLA

Polylactic acid (PLA) is a biodegradable thermoplastic
derived from renewable resources.

MAKERBOT PRECISION TOUGH

MakerBot’s Precision Dissolving PVA ensures fast and eortless support removal for your most complex prints.

MAKERBOT PRECISION PVA

MakerBot’s Precision Dissolving PVA ensures fast and eortless support removal for your most complex prints

MAKERBOT SPECIALTY PETG

PETG is one of the most widely used polymers today. MakerBot’s PETG Specialty Material offers excellent mechanical properties, combining high strength and durability with chemical and moisture
resistance

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MAKERBOT MATERIALS FOR MAKERBOT REPLICATOR 2X

Suitable for engineering and testing applications only on the Replicator 2X, it has greater impact-resistance
than PLA and can better withstand wear and tear.