Print Materials

Top grade 3D printing filament, manufactured to very tight tolerances. Made from the highest quality materials to ensure consistent feeding and stable prints.

Verbatim is part of the Mitsubishi Chemical Holdings Group, one of the world's leading manufacturers of plastics.

Filament Comparison Chart

Made from Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene Polylactic Acid Thermoplastic ester elastomer (TPEE) Polyethylene Terephthalate Polypropylene Butenediol Vinyl Alcohol Co-polymer
Key features High rigidity, high gloss, medium impact strength. Resistant to grease. Good post-printing workability. Strong odour during printing. Range of colours available Biopolymer derived from plants. Good post-printing workability. Odourless. Range of colours available. Highly flexible. Resistant to oil, grease, abrasion and solvents. Good shape retention. High level of optical transparency. Relatively odourless. Weather resistant. Food packaging grade pellets used. One of the most commonly used plastics in industry. Good mechanical properties of stiffness and tensile strength. Good surface finish. Resistant to acids, alkalis and organic solvents. Very light. Food package grade pellets used. Good transparency. Hinge property. Water dissolvable support material. Excellent layer-forming, emulsifying, adhesive. Best in combination with Verbatim ABS, PLA, and PET meterial. Light- and UV-sensitive. High solubility.
Made in Japan Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Applications Concept and functioning modelling for building, electrical, automotive industry etc. Non-critical parts such as enclosures. Concept modelling for food packaging, transport containers, medical/hygienic products, housings. Education. Functioning modelling: Flexible items such as brackets, insoles for shoes, hoses, bracelets, insulation, balls, wheels etc. Concept modelling for mechanics, medical, food containers, transparent objects. Functioning modelling: Technical products, automotive industry, mechanical engineering, prototypes, toys. Support material for filaments - printing projects with overhangs or complex objects
Colours available Black, White, Blue, Red, Green, Natural Transparent, Silver Black, White, Blue, Red, Green, Natural Transparent, Silver Black, Natural White Natural Transparent Natural Transparent Natural White
Recommended Printer Set up*
Extrusion temperature 225-240°C 200-220°C 210-240°C 210-240°C 200-240°C 200-220°C
Bed Temperature 80-100°C 60°C 60°C 60°C 80°C 60°C
Printing Speed (mm/s) 30mm/s 30mm/s 20mm/s 30mm/s 30mm/s 30mm/s
          PP film tape recommended for print bed.


*(the values shown are indicative of optimal settings, it can vary from printer to printer)