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The two standard diameter sizes for filament are 1.75mm or 3mm. Only some printer models can accept both of these and you should always check what diameter your printer can use.

 ABS
ABS is generally very durable and strong, slightly flexible and quite resistant to heat. 3D printers able to process ABS plastics normally operate with a hot end (the heated part melting the plastic, before it’s forced through the print nozzle) at a temperature around 210-250°C. Therefore, a 3D printer able to process ABS is necessarily equipped with a heated printbed, in order to prevent warping or cracking of the printed materials.
 
 PLA
PLA is a biodegradable thermoplastic which is derived from renewable resources, such as cornstarch, sugar cane, tapioca roots or even potato starch. This makes of PLA the most environmentally friendly solution in the domain of 3D printing, compared to all the other petrochemical-based plastics like ABS or PVA.
 
 PVA
Non harmful, non-toxic, and environment friendly, Easily be dissolved in water under normal temperature, Easily stripping..
 
 PET
FDA approved for food containers and tools used for food consumption, barely warps, no odors or fumes when printed
 
 PETT
Colorless, Water Clear, FDA approved, Recyclable, Strong and Flexible
 
 HIPS
Biodegradable, Great 3D Support material, low-cost,
 
 AMPHORS
High strength and very high toughness, FDA food contact compliance, Odor Neutral processing, Styrene free formulation
 
 TPU / TPE
Flexible 3D printing material, excellent abrasion resistance, smooth feeding properties, Durability