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The toughest filament: Taulman PCTPE review!

The toughest filament: Taulman PCTPE review!

Taulman are known for making specialty filaments – this is PCTPE, their insanely strong Nylon!

Clear Verbatim PET review!

Clear Verbatim PET review!

As the first entry in the Filaween 2 series of tests, let’s check out how well Verbatim PET does when it comes to printability, mechanical strength and print quality!

Woodworking with a 3D Printer – PrimaSelect WOOD review!

Woodworking with a 3D Printer – PrimaSelect WOOD review!

How much wood would a 3D printer print if a 3D printer could print wood? Sorry. That’s horrible. But the PrimaSelect WOOD filament isn’t!

Maximum fiber: Markforged’s ONYX and carbon fiber review! #Filaween

Maximum fiber: Markforged’s ONYX and carbon fiber review! #Filaween

Markforged’s machines don’t print many materials, but considering how well their Nylon-based ONYX tested, there might not even be a need to use anything else. And you can make it even stiffer and stronger by adding more and continuous fibers to it!

Affordable and tough PETG from DAS FILAMENT review!

Affordable and tough PETG from DAS FILAMENT review!

“Good” or “strong” doesn’t have to mean “expensive”. This is DAS FILAMENT’s PETG filament.

Polycarbonate is incredibly strong

Polycarbonate is incredibly strong

This is a simple and affordable material, it prints well – and is undeniably strong. This is polycarbonate!

Optically transparent 3D prints with Taulman3D’s T-Glase

Optically transparent 3D prints with Taulman3D’s T-Glase

Need something that’s, like, really transparent? Don’t like the yellow tint natural PLA gives you, but still want something that’s easy to print? Then Taulman’s T-glase is the filament for you!

Ultra-textured PrimaSELECT Carbon PETG

Ultra-textured PrimaSELECT Carbon PETG

Could PETG be a better base for carbon fiber reinforced filaments? Well, depends on what properties you are looking for, but fibers don’t seem to be the end-all solution yet.

Proto-pasta’s high-temperature carbon fiber PLA

Proto-pasta’s high-temperature carbon fiber PLA

Can you improve PLA with carbon fibers? Yes, but not in the ways you’d expect!