Material Inventory

*Please note Printable Canada will assist you with choosing the best material based on your project needs.

PLA

Fast and easy to print at low temperatures, Brittle final print most used for low stress assembly components, aesthetic prints or prototypes

ABS 

Widely used, longer higher heat prints (compared to PLA) flexible final print useful for medium stress assemblies, prototypes. Ready to implement direct off the print bed

 

Ngen

Copolyester, high temperature printing has both the aesthetic properties of PLA but with the flex and durability of ABS

 

Ngen Flex

A flexible Copolyester

 

 

TPE 90A Shore

A flexible thermoplastic polyurethane filament, TPUs range from 0-100 with 100 being the hardest

 

TPE 80A Shore

A flexible thermoplastic polyurethane filament, TPUs range from 0-100 with 100 being the hardest

 

 

PC-Plus

Sturdy PLA style filament with increased strength and flex

 

PC-Max

High tensile strength (up to 1000 kg) very difficult to print

 

 

Proto Pasta PLA-Carbon Fibre

Carbon Fibre infused PLA offers certain increases in durability though still fairly brittle

 

Proto Pasta PLA- Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel infused PLA offers mostly just aesthetic benefits

 

 

PC-TPE

A flexible polycarbonate, softer than our TPE 80A

 

 

Nylon 910

Engineering quality filament, optimized for durability and performance, expensive and difficult to print

 

 

NinjaTek Cheetah

Industrial grade flexible filament which offers 84% more impact resistance than ABS, 95A hardness, abrasion, impact and chemical resistant, 580% elongation capabilities increases product life span

 

NinjaTek Armadillo

75D hardness, 60% stronger to ABS, impact, abrasion and chemical resistant

 

*Most filaments maintain a consistent circumference within +/-0.05% accuracy