Products Archives - Polymaker
Products Archives - Polymaker
Polymaker is a company committed to innovation, quality and sustainability, in the pursuit of producing safe and clean materials for the 3d printing industry. We do not simply adhere to current standards but are surely becoming a market leader for quality in the filament industry. With a seven step quality control process, Polymakr’s filaments are not only guaranteed to have the best quality standards but also provide innovative properties that help yield a better overall printing experience, ensuring the efficiency of 3D printers and empowering consumers to create strong, functional 3D printed products. With a rapidly growing portfolio of materials, Polymakr will continue to bring new performance enhanced materials to the 3D printing community.
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How Do I Get the Material to Stick to my Build Plate?

All our products work well with common build plate surfaces, blue tape, Kapton tape, glass, etc).  However for the best user experience, we recommend that you use our materials with BuildTak, a build plate surface designed specifically for desktop FDM/FFF printers. You can buy this material...

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Are your Products Safe?

We pride ourselves on both our quality and the safest of our materials for home 3d printing. Our PolyPlus™ PLA is one of the safest on the market for home 3d printing and in general all our products, from PolyFlex™ to PolyWood™ are extremely safe...

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Are All your Products PLA-Based?

All our current products are PLA-based except PolyFlex.  However as we constantly develop new materials for 3D printing, we will be offering a more diversified product portfolio in the future with many non-PLA based products....

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What is PLA?

PLA stands for poly(lactic acid), a bio-based plastic material made from plants instead of oil.  It is the second most consumed bioplastics in the world, and widely used in applications such as food packaging, foodware, biomedical devices, etc.  PLA is also the most popular material...

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