Filamenty the rest

The filament is the material used by the 3D printer to create real objects. These products can be compared to the ink of a regular 2D printer. Filaments come in dozens of different colors and are available in various thicknesses. For example, one 3D printer works with a 1.75 mm filament, and another with 3.0 mm. offers a large selection of high-quality filaments. If you're looking for a material for your 3D printer, please check the products available in this category. Also, we are happy to advise you if you need our assistance. Don't hesitate to ask us a question! At our shop, you will find all colors of diverse 3D filaments classified into categories. In addition to the standard PLA or ABS filaments, we offer other filaments such as Nylon, CARBON, FiberSilk Metallic, FiberWood, Flex 30D, Flex 40D, and many more! Find all filaments' brands in different formats (diameters 1.75mm, 2.85mm, or 3mm) in one place. Our wide choice of high-quality filaments will meet all your needs and expectations.


Filament - material
Filament - diameter
3D - print surface
3D - type of printout
3D - printing speed
3D - printing thickness
3D - material amount
3D - accuracy of printing
3D - nozzle temp
3D - table temp.
3D - filament diameter

Products by page

Products by page

A wide choice of various filaments

Nowadays, the possibilities for 3D printing are increasing. At the moment, 3D prints are not so much limited by the available printing techniques or printers, but mainly by the types of filament. After all, the material used for printing determines whether creating a specific object is achievable. The 3D filament works simply: once out of its packaging, it has to be put it in the printer's drive system. It's then heated and deposited layer after layer to form the 3D object. Before buying a material for your 3D printer, It is important to check the filament's diameter accepted by your machine. provides 1.75mm, 2.85mm, or 3mm filaments. The 3mm filament is always compatible with 3D printers using 2.85mm.

Before buying filament, do not hesitate to read online buying guides to know everything about the specifics of each material and avoid complications or problems that may arise during the printing process. If you're not sure which filament will suit your 3D printer, please contact us. We will be happy to provide you with some useful 3D printing tips. Our technical team will answer all your questions regarding your upcoming purchase and help you choose your best option.

Flexible filaments & Filaments for 3D pens

Check S-FLEX produced by the Polish company Spectrum, if you're looking for a flexible 3D printing material. These filaments were designed to obtain objects characterized by high flexibility, and they're a perfect solution for makers who want to produce atypical, specialized gaskets. Also, S-FLEX is resistant to hydrocarbons and various operating fluids.

In this category, you will find different colors of S-FLEX filaments - red (Bloody Red), blue (Pacific Blue), white (Polar White), and black (Deep Black).

Are you an owner of 3Doodler pen? If so, check our large selection of dedicated filaments.

In our offer, you will find sets of 3Doodler filaments made of completely non-toxic materials. These filaments are BPA-free, and they decompose in less than 2 months. Thanks to our broad offer of various filament colors (orange, red, green, blue, gray, and black), you can improve your creativity by making unique 3D objects by 3Doodler pen. In our shop, you will also find a set of professional DevilDesign filaments, consisting of six spools of 330 g each: ABS +, PLA, PETG, HIPS, ASA, and TPU. 3Doodler pen can be a great gift for your beloved one who is interested in 3D printing.

Durable & resistant filaments

Do you need an extraordinary filament characterized by enormous hardness? Then discover our collection of Spectrum CARBON filaments based on PLA, mixed with carbon fiber (20% of fiber content). CARBON is a perfect choice for makers who want to create a durable and resistant 3D object. What is interesting, CARBON filament has all the advantages of classic PLA - for example, it can be printed without using a heated table, and it has a low melting point. With Spectrum CARBON filament, you can easily print durable, structural 3D elements such as brackets, brackets, or connectors. The surface obtained with this filament, unlike the classic PLA, is matte.