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Material NamePictureNotes
Ninjaflex

Ninjaflex requires special settings and extruder modifications but will

flex much more than PLA and ABS.

BronzeFill
Has a powdery finish when not polished, can oxidize once polished
CopperFill

Has a powdery finish when not polished, can oxidize once polished

Print at 50mm/s, 210C, with heated bed, retraction distance 4.5mm and retraction speed 45mm/s

http://learn.colorfabb.com/print-copperfill/

WoodFill

http://learn.colorfabb.com/how-to-print-with-woodfill/

Photochromatic Filaments

The more infill in the model creates more color when under

UV light or blacklight

Thermochromatic Filaments
Filament changes color according to temperature
Glow-in-the-dark

Glows in the dark after being charged with light, gives off a neon glow

when under blacklight

Laywoo-3D

Smells like wood, brittle filament, intensity of color changes

when extruded at different temperatures; the higher the

temperature, the more it darkens

T-Glase

At 100% infill and proper extrusion settings, t-glase filament will

be completely transparent. It must be printed really hot...

http://taulman3d.com/best-print-settings.html

Taulmann Nylon

Printed nylon is flexible, more prone to some warping and feels a bit

softer than PLA, it can also survive high temperatures and be

run through an autoclave for sanitization

http://taulman3d.com/best-print-settings.html

Stainless Steel

Has a powdery finish when not polished, can oxidize once polished
Magnetic Iron

It is possible to write a small amount of data to this filament

Prints just like PLA, but slightly cooler
Bed Temp (if available, is not required): 50° C
Hot End Temp: 185– 195° C

https://www.proto-pasta.com/pages/magnetic-iron-pla

Carbon Fiber

At the moment this filament is made of chopped carbon fiber;

it does not necessarily yield high tensile strength