ABS filaments - Filament diameter - 1,75 mm
PC/ABS - gray (1.75 mm; 1 kg)
Filament PM ABS-T - black (1.75 mm; 1 kg)
Filament PM ABS-T - yellow-green (1.75 mm; 1 kg)
Filament PM ABS-T - white (1.75 mm; 1 kg)
Filament PM ABS-T - transparent (1.75 mm; 1 kg)
Filament PM ABS-T - silver (1.75 mm; 1 kg)
Filament PM ABS-T - pink (1.75 mm; 1 kg)
Filament PM ABS-T - copper (1.75 mm; 1 kg)
Filament PM ABS-T - orange (1.75 mm; 1 kg)
Filament PM ABS-T - gold (1.75 mm; 1 kg)
TreeD Filaments Insulating ABS ESD - Black (1.75mm; 0.750kg)
TreeD Filaments Fireproof PC ABS V0 - White (1.75mm; 1kg)
TreeD Filaments ABS CF - Black (1.75mm; 0.750kg)
Gluing 3D printed parts
How to glue parts from a 3D printer? The general rule is to sand the glued surfaces with coarse sandpaper (ideally on a solid surface - a cube) or a sanding sponge. If a larger joint is created, it can also be sanded with instant glue alone. For example, sharpened source material (or dissolved in a chemical) can be used as a filler. However, the use of a sealant or filler is recommended as standard.
Filament drying and storage
Unprotected filament absorbs the humidity in the room and gradually loses its quality. Printing from damp filament is of poor quality and often does not come out at all. This article tells you what to do if your filament gets wet and how to prevent it.
What are the brands of filament?
What are the brands of 3D printing filament and what are their printing results?
PLA, ABS, PET-G - which one is right?
PLA, ABS, PET-G - three favorites that are not missing in the equipment of probably any 3D printing fan. But if you often wonder which filament you should use before printing, we have put together this article just for you. In it you will find a comparison of these three frequently used fibers, a summary of their properties and tips for their use.