Dremel DigiLab 3D Filament

3 Reasons why you should insist on Dremel filament

1.  Your Dremel 3D printer's print settings are pre-set and optimized for it

2.  New and improved formula reduces breakage

3. It fits perfectly into your Dremel 3D printer

PLA Filament

PLA is a plant-based bioplastic that is the most commonly used filament in 3D printing. PLA is a good choice for creating reliable, high-detail prints, ideal for cosmetic or low-stress applications. It’s perfect for beginners due to its ease of printing.

ECO-ABS Filament

ECO-ABS is a modified version of PLA that offers the same high-detail finish but with added strength, flexibility and durability. It is great for making durable mechanical parts with a smoother surface finish.

PETG Filament

A thermoplastic filament that combines the strength of ECO-ABS, some flexibility of Nylon and the easy printability of PLA. It is also very durable and temperature resistant. It is good for printing mechanical parts and protective components. It is also good for printing large objects since it doesn't warp much.

Nylon Filament

A synthetic polymer that provides strong and flexible prints with heavy wear resistance. Nylon requires a little more care when printing, however it is ideal for parts that require strength or that endure wear over time, such as gears and working hinges.

TPU Filament

TPU is a Thermoplastic Polyurethanes (TPU) based filament specifically engineered for the Dremel 3D45 printer. It is a flexible, rubber-like filament which can stretch and bend with ease. Ideal for printing objects which need to be flexible or can absorb shock. Earth friendly cardboard spool holders are made from recycled materials.

More detailed information on Dremel DigiLab 3D filament including filament properties, print setting and Material Data Safety Sheets (MSDS) can be located by clicking the link below.