Filaments Others

Wood filaments, marble filaments, polycarbonate filaments, PETG filaments - we have it all. Each material has its particular specification, advantages and disadvantages. In this category we present all materials other than PLA and ABS. See the specific datasheets and our contents pages to find more information about their use and characteristics.

Filaments Others


  • Flexible TPU Filaments

    TPU filament is your number one when you need a flexible and elastic solution. Its superior mechanical properties and ease of printing almost comparable to PLA make it one of the most popular filaments in the market. It is highly durable, highly flexible and elastic. It doesn´t require hot bed, however one is recommended. One of the possible disadvantages of TPU is its relatively slow printing time (up to 30mm/s). 

  • Nylon filaments

    Nylon is one of the most popular polymers in the world. Due to its superior durability and high mechanical resistance together with relative flexibility it is used as a textile material in a general industry, but as well for plenty of more specialized applications such as automotive and industrial machines parts and components. In 3D printing Nylon is quite a difficult material due to its relatively high printing temperature (220-270 C), that in some cases requires enclosed printer and full metal hotends. Nonetheless, its properties definitely make Nylon filaments worth the effort. To learn more about specific filaments check out our entry in blog about filaments

  • PVA filaments

    PVA filaments are commonly used as a support material for any kind of print. As they are water dissolvent, they make cleaning the finalized project much easier than with any other material. You only have to clean it with water and you are done. No more cutting the material out of cavities. One very important thing for PVA filaments is to keep them isolated - its hygroscopy, which is one of the key advantages in use, can be very detrimental for the filament if not stores properly. To learn more about filaments please review our blog entry on a comprehensive comparison of filaments

  • HIPS filaments

    HIPS filaments are so-called support filaments - that is, you can use them to fill cavities in more complex projects and then cut them out or clean them out when you are done with printing. HIPS is solvable in limonene (lemon solution), which makes it perfectly compatible with ABS, however is of limited use for any other standard material as they can be damaged by limonene. To learn more about filaments and how they compare to each other, review our blog entry on that subject specifically

  • Fibersilk Metallic Filament

    FiberSilk Metallic is the effect of the hard work of the Fiberlogy team. Their goal has been to create a high quality product that combines exceptional appearance, high strength and ease of printing. FiberSilk Metallic offers exceptional aesthetic properties. They are characterised by a silky metallic shine that highlights every detail of the 3D model and all its folds and curves. Fiberlogy has a wide range of vivid colours, allowing each user to find the one that best suits his or her needs.

    The metallic finish makes it easy to mask the boundaries between the layers, making the entire print more uniform and distinctive. Apart from its visual advantages, FiberSilk Metallic also offers greater strength than e.g. PLA. Thanks, among other things, to the high adhesion of the layer, it is able to withstand heavy loads without cracking and subsequently return to its original shape. The filament is both simple and safe to print. For best results with FiberSilk Metallic we recommend that you set a high airflow during printing and reduce its speed. Solectroshop is the official distributor of Fiberlogy.

  • ASA Filament

    Thanks to its resistance to UV radiation, high temperatures and humidity, Fiberlogy ASA is an ideal choice for all 3D printing applications that will be exposed to climatic conditions. Its low shrinkage and good adhesion prevent the model from curling and cracking and provide high stability of the print dimensions. The material can be sanded and painted. It can also be glued with acetone.

  • ESD PET-G Filaments

    PET-G ESD which eliminates the risk of electrostatic discharge in electronic devices as the material has excellent dissipative and anti-static properties. It does not require an enclosed chamber and does not need as high printing temperatures as ABS ESD, allowing for wider application.

Showing 1-10 of 55 item(s)
Filament Polycarbonate PC...


Filament Polycarbonate PC White 1.75mm 1kg

Filament PC - a polymer infused with carbon fiber. When in search of a strong, heat resistant 3D filament to 3D print with, PC is your best bet. A review of its properties show: - Strong thermoplastic material - Temperature resistance - High optical clarity - Solidify quickly   Filament Polycarbonate PC White 1.75mm 1kg features:
- Premium Coil for 3D Printer
- 1000g coil
- Extrusion temperature: 230ºC - 270ºC
- Recommended temperature for hot bed / Hot Bed 90 °C
Price €23.90
Natural PVA Filament 1.75mm...


Natural PVA Filament 1.75mm 0.5kg

PVA is one of the more popular supporting materials used in the 3D printing process due to its solubility. PVA is actually soluble in water which makes it compatible for use with just about every 3D filament type on this guide. It serves basically the same functions as HIPS. Natural PVA Filament 1.75mm 0.5kg features:
- Premium Coil for 3D Printer
- 500g reel
- Extrusion temperature: 190ºC - 220ºC
- Recommended temperature for hot bed / Hot Bed 40 ° C - 50 ° C
- Water soluble filament
Price €39.80
Carbon Fiber Filament...


Carbon Fiber Filament 1.75mm 0.8kg

It is universally known that adding or infusing carbon fiber to any material strengthens it beyond its natural abilities. Therefore, adding carbon fiber to PLA filaments provide you with a hyper-rigid filament with little weight for the development of solid mechanical and engineering components.   Carbon Fiber Filament 1.75mm 0.8kg features:
- Premium Coil for 3D Printer
- 800g coil
- Extrusion temperature: 200ºC - 230ºC
- Recommended temperature for hot bed / Hot Bed 40 ° C - 50 ° C
- Carbon fiber content: 15%
Price €28.89
Z-Marble White Filament...


Z-Marble White Filament 1.75mm 1kg

It is a white PLA filament with small particles, marble effect. Z-Marble White Filament 1.75mm 1kg features:
- Premium Coil for 3D Printer
- 1000g coil
- The Z-Marble filament
- Extrusion temperature: 180ºC - 220ºC
- Recommended temperature for hot bed / Hot Bed 40°C - 50°C
Price €23.90
Red Silk Filament 1.75mm 1kg


Red Silk Filament 1.75mm 1kg

Red Silk Filament 1.75mm 1kg features:
- Premium Coil for 3D Printer
- 1000g coil
- Extrusion temperature: 190ºC - 230ºC
- Recommended temperature for hot bed / Hot Bed 45 ° C - 50 ° C
- The silky filament is a material composed of polymeric PLA
- It has greater resistance than the PLA
- Offers a finish similar to silk satin                    

Price €21.90

Active filters