ABS

It is suitable for drawing into the air and creating solid and durable items.
It has the highest heat resistance.
Resistant to weather conditions and changes in outside temperature.

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COLOR

  • Grey
  • Orange
  • Blue
  • Yellow
  • White


PLA

Environmentally friendly material made from the corn starch suitable for painting various kits for final assembly.
When left outside it gets itself organically decomposed after some time.

PLA

COLOR

  • Black
  • Silver
  • Purple
  • Gold


PET

A transparent material for creating windows, glasses or even vases

PET

COLOR

  • Transparent


HIPS

A light material not only for creating models of aircrafts.
Using the slow mode it can be also used for drawing into the air.

HIPS

COLOR

  • Yellow
  • Pink
  • Purple


WOOD

A material with wooden dust – the faithful simulation of wood (drawings of wood furniture, trees, etc).
When drawing you can feel the smell of the wood.

WOOD


THERMOCHROME

Heat-changing material.
Perfect for the creative work of various types of jewelry and decorations or objects with a hidden message.

THERMOCHROME

COLOR

  • Dark grey
  • Light grey


FLEXI

A flexible material reminding of rubber, which is especially suitable for creating key pouches, mobile phone covers or chains.

FLEXI

COLOR

  • Black


FLUORESCENT

After being illuminated it glows in the dark.
A It is suitable for use in jewelry, which you do not want to get disappeared in the dark.

ABS_grey

COLOR

  • Red fluorescent


BLUE LUMINOUS

This material is made of the gypsum with sand particles; it is suitable for creating models of buildings or different things for the simulation of ceramics.

ABS_grey

COLOR

  • Blue luminous


A well-arranged table of the use of materials

  ABS PLA PET HIPS WOOD  FLEXI THERMO
CHROME
FLUORES
CENT
Drawing in the air
(creating new 3D models)
Filling of large areas
(for the fast mode setting)
Flexible materials
(can move freely without being damaged)
Materials that glow or change colours
depending on the temperature
Materials imitating wood or sandstone
(filling contains sawdust particles or sand)
Materials suitable for architects
(creating realistic buildings or landscapes)
Materials used in the food industry
(safe for contact with foodstuffs)
Materials suitable for details and finishes
Materials available in many colour variants
Translucent materials of various colours with varying degrees of transparency
Materials for low-weight models
(functional airplane models)
Materials soluble in acetone
Materials for tracing pictures on paper
Heat resistant materials