The material that can be used as a replacement for ABS. It may be printed as usual PLA and then annealed in a domestic oven giving it properties similar to ABS. This allows you to avoid all inconveniences associated with printing ABS: shrinkage, unpleasant smell and inhaling of hazardous fumes.

Additionally after annealing the material it is more impact and heat resistant.


Please check annealing instructions at www.fiberlogy.com

Raw materials used in the production of HD PLA are safe for food contact in accordance with European Union standards. HD PLA material is also compliant with the RoHS Directive.



Filament which enables you to create prints that resemble gypsum. This specific feature combined with the precision of the mineral PLA allows you to use it in the architectural and art industries. Detailed prototyping and modelling are made easy with this filament. This material is excellent at hiding layer lines because of how the surface absorbs the light.

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ABS is characterised by its hardness and high impact resistance. It is also resistant to high temperatures and abrasion. Prints made using this filament can be further processed mechanically and chemically (with acetone).

The printed elements can serve as concept models for new products or even as their final versions. ABS can also be used in the production of prototype elements which require greater rigidity.



ABS PLUS a multi functional material for desktop 3D printing recommended especially for prototyping models thanks to its special properties such as increased hardness and reduced process shrinkage.

What is more printing will be easier and faster compared to standard ABS and does not require printing in a closed chamber. It can also be mechanically and chemically processed.



Just another option for the enthusiast to print with rubber-like materials. It is characterised by it's 30D rating on the Shore scale. It has very good flexibility and higher impact strength.

This material is recommended especially for printing tires, seals, belts and all kinds of elastic elements.



A thermoplastic elastomer with a hardness of 40D on the Shore scale which may be printed at speeds up to 45 mm/s. This rubber-like material can be extended up to 680% of its original dimensions. Moreover it has a high impact resistance at low temperatures and is resistant to abrasion and has a very good chemical resistance. All material properties allow the opportunity to use it in places that require frequent bending in gadgets, rubber parts of machines and jointing elements.



Wood-like material which thanks to its properties allows for better feeding of filament to the extruder. The prints can be machined, painted, varnished and coloured giving you even more opportunities to use this filament. Appearance of prints enables you to use it in art, modelling studios and many other applications.



HIPS can be used as a basic material for printing or as a support for other types of filaments. Accuracy and the lighter weight of your prints enable it to be used in RC modelling, creating miniatures and parts of costumes. The dissolvable nature of this filament allows it to be used as support material for highly complex shapes as it is easily rinsed out with the appropriate solvent.



With PET-G's properties you can make functional prototypes and end-use parts. This is possible thanks to its rigidity which is better than that of ABS. Thanks to its glycol compound the material is more durable and less susceptible to shrinkage. Due to it's chemical resistance to most substances it widens the spectrum of its applications.

The translucent and non-translucent colour options available allow you to create amazing prints for different purposes.