3D printing plastics for sale come in different forms depending on the 3D printer you’re using. As the premier west coast retailer and wholesaler of 3D printer plastics, we sell a full selection of 3D printing filament for Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) and Stereolithogrpahy (SLA). Our offerings include PLA, ABS, PVA, HIPS, Nylon, and Photopolymer Resins available for purchase. Our team works with the 3D printing filament community to test and identify new or alternative filaments hitting the market. We make sure that our 3D printing plastics suppliers have undergone intensive quality control standards before offering them to the public.
As our line of 3D printing plastics for sale expands, we’ve built a network of suppliers that can provide filament at the lowest prices while maintaining consistent stock. Most of our plastic printing filaments ship same day upon purchase. If you don’t see the type of filament printing plastic you need listed below, please contact us as we can custom order from a myriad of manufacturers.
Overview of 3D Printing Plastic Filament
PLA 3D Printer Plastics (Polyactic Acid): Available in 1.75 and 3mm diameter, PLA is an organic printing filament derived from renewable materials such as sugarcane and corn starch. PLA is used with popular printers such as Makerbot, Afnia, RepRap, Printrbot and more. We carry both processed PLA (spooled and ready to load in your 3D printer) or raw PLA plastic pellets (create your own plastic printing filaments).
ABS 3D Printer Plastics (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene): Offered in 1.75 and 3mm diameter, ABS is widely used in commercial products including Legos, Toys, pipes, auto parts, and household items. ABS is used with popular printers such as Makerbot, Afnia, RepRap, Printrbot and more. ABS is known for its strong material properties and impact resistance. 3D Printer Pro carries both processed ABS (spooled and ready to load in your 3D printer) or raw ABS plastic pellets for sale.
HIPS 3D Printer Plastics (High Impact Polystyrene): For sale in 1.75 and 3mm diameter, HIPS is a rigid plastic which can be printed on its own or used as a soluble support structure when 3D printing with ABS. HIPS dissolves when immersed in Limonene. HIPS is sold in spooled form ready to load into your 3D printer.
PVA 3D Printer Plastics (Poly-vinyl Alcohol): Available in 1.75 and 3mm diameter, PVA is a water soluble material that can be printed independently or for use in support structures. PVA filament will dissolve when immersed in water. PVA is sold in spooled form and ready to load in to your three dimensional plastic printer.
Nylon 3D Pinter Plastics (Polymide): For sale in 1.75 or 3mm diameter, Nylon is a well-known 3D printer plastic created in the early 20th century and encompasses a wide range of industry applications. Nylon is less expensive than PLA or ABS while surpassing both plastic filaments in strength properties. Nylon is sold in spooled form ready to load into your 3D printer.
Specialty PLA and ABS 3D Printing Plastics: With the 3D printing market rapidly expanding, new filaments are being developed primarily in PLA or ABS chemical form. 3D Printer Pro offers a number of specialty plastic 3D printing filament for sale:
Laywood: This 3D printing plastic filament resembles wood and is sold in PLA or ABS form.
Laybrick: This three dimensional printing plastic resembles stone and is sold in PLA or ABS form.
BendLay: A new 3D printer plastic filament to hit the market that offers incredible glass translucency while also flexible.
Glow in the Dark: We offer a variety of glow in the dark plastic 3D printing filaments in a wide range of colors such as green, red, yellow, blue, and more. Sold in PLA or ABS form.
Color Changing: This 3D printer plastic changes color when a heat source is applied. We offer a wide range of color filament variants for you to choose from. Sold in PLA or ABS form.
Soft PLA: This is a flexible form of PLA that offers rubber-like properties when printed.
TPE Filament: TPE is a flexible 3D printing material that feels and acts exactly like rubber. Perfect filament for belts, bracelets, phone cases, gaskets, and more. TPE requires a heated build plate when 3D printing.
3D Printer Pro is expanding its 3D plastic filament offerings daily. With the largest inventory on the west coast, our commitment to customers and quality is the first priority. If you don’t see a particular 3D printer plastic listed on this website, feel free to contact us at email@example.com or call.