Nylon AF80 Aramid is soon here! February 20 2020

Fillamentum Industrial introduces one of the strongest materials on the market. Aramid fiber-reinforced Nylon, known as Nylon AF80 Aramid. This filament is an excellent choice for heavy-duty applications that also need to remain flexible at the same time.

Aramid is also known as Kevlar. Kevlar is a synthetic aramid polyamide. Its molecular structure makes it able to withstand extreme heat. Nylon reinforced with aramid fibers is a filament with excellent mechanical and printing properties. High-temperature, wear, and tensile resistance are the main features, while the excellent hardness is also one of the most notable features of this unique industrial filament.

Furthermore, Nylon AF80 Aramid also provides tribological properties. All of these make it suitable for the fabrication of products like an unwinding wheel, bearings, or cogwheels. This durable material resists a wide range of chemicals, including car fluids. 

Thanks to the excellent layer adhesion, the smooth surface of the printed product can seem like produced by an injection molding machine. Nylon AF80 Aramid is an effective way to cut down on your industrial manufacturing costs with high-quality, innovative material. The recommended printing temperature is in the range of 235 - 260 °C, and the heated bed temperature is in the range of 80 - 105 °C. The ease of printing is maintained thanks to a very low shrinkage and great bed adhesion. The best results were achieved with a glass bed and PVA glue. Also, Magigoo and Magigoo PA work fine.


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PLA Extrafill Random Transition Spools are here! February 11 2020

The PLA Extrafill Random Transition Spool is a product that's exclusive for our online store It's a limited product with which every spool is never the same. This unique PLA filament allows you to create colorful objects using a single filament and a single extruder.

The color gradient is originally a by-product of the production. Change in color occurs as the PLA granulate is changes from one color to another.
Fillamentum guarantees the diameter tolerance of +/- 0,05 mm of this filament, maintaining high quality and precision.

Gradient printing produces beautiful and unique objects because each PLA Extrafill Random Transition Spool is different from the others. To make the change really smooth, we recommend printing larger objects, ideally on vase-mode.

By ordering this product, you will receive one Random Color Transition Spool. Every spool is unique, thus, we cannot guarantee how large the gradient will be or what color transition you will receive.


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Industrial filament PC/ABS is here! January 24 2020

PC/ABS is the third filament in a row that has been released by Fillamentum Industrial so far this year. Polycarbonate/acrylonitrile-butadiene-styrene or in short PC/ABS is suitable for all commercial FFF/FDM printers that use 1,75 mm filament diameter.

Like most of its predecessors, PC/ABS is suitable for prototyping. The excellent properties of this material make it great for application in the automotive industry. It's durable with excellent mechanical properties and impact resistance, especially at low temperatures. PC/ABS is also resistant to high temperatures and can be used as a part of electrically stressed parts of consumer or office electronics. It's perfect for printing parts of printers, copiers, game consoles, or keyboards.

Another use-case for this material are airbags or the interior parts of car bodies as it resists mechanical and thermal strain. It's a filament that is light but strong at the same time and shows minimal signs of wear even after numerous uses. The hardness of PC/ABS is comparable to Vinyl 303, Nylon CF15 Carbon, or CPE CF112 Carbon.

A notable aspect of PC/ABS shows is it's excellent printing properties. We strongly recommend keeping the printing temperature at 260–280 °C, bed temperature in a rage of 90–105 °C, and the printing speed at 30–55 mm/s. We do not recommend fast cooling, as this could lead to warping and shrinking. This also means that less cooling helps to make printed parts stronger as the layers have enough time to bond well.


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Timberfill Sampler and Single Swatches are here! January 23 2020

After the PLA Extrafill Sampler and single Swatches, we are releasing Timberfill Sampler and single Swatches. It is going to be your new handy tool for color combinations and comparisons. The Timberfill Sampler includes a steel-string with practical closure, which makes adding more colors and changing possible.

Genuinely 3D printed swatches with labels specifying the color and material. This way, you can see the real color after printing making it possible well-suited for color combination and color comparison.

This is the complete list of all four Timberfill colors:

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Fillamentum Stickers 2020! January 10 2020

We are happy to introduce you our new stickers for season 2020! We love to make our fans part of our products, so we involved them.

By submitting a suggestion, you could be a part of the new Fillamentum Stickers 2020. It wasn't easy to pick up the best ones from more than 200 submissions! Thank you all! We are so happy for such a creative community and that we received a ton of great ideas! Most of the ideas came from Jarda, Shea Street, Big Nick Dimelow, 3Dbecks199, and of course, many more. 

The final selection is a mix of our internal ideas and tips from Big Nick Dimelow, 3dbecks199, Tauryn_3d_prototyping, Teh, Filip K., Carina, and MrKominek.

Check out the new stickers for your favorite filament:

Btw. it's your last chance to get Fillamentum Stickers 2019! Get them here 

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NEW CPE CF112 Carbon is here! January 08 2020

Carbon fiber reinforced CPE HG100, known as a CPE CF112 Carbon, was firstly presented at TCT Show in Birmingham in September 2019, followed by Formnext in November 2019. On both of these events, this material left a great impression with our customers, makers, and representatives of companies from various types of industries.

This highly technical material also preserves the ease of printing like with regular CPE HG100 with improved technical properties. Thanks to excellent interlayer adhesion the surface enables easy painting and priming.

Our CPE HG100 is a copolyester known for its excellent mechanical properties. With the carbon fibers reinforcement, this highly technical material improves even more in hardness, wear resistance, and pressure resistance. Noteworthy is the hardness that reaches 77 Shore D, which makes it comparable with Vinyl 303

CPE CF112 Carbon is a very hydroponic and moisture sensitive material. Please keep the spools in a protective sachet with silica gel. However, we recommend re-drying the material before use for the best results. The recommended printing temperature is between 255-275 °C and the hotbed between 70-85 °C. Due to the carbon fibers, this composite material is highly abrasive. The printing requires the use of abrasivity resistant nozzles.

We guarantee a high quality of printed objects when the following recommendations in the 3D Printing Guide are met. Find all the Datasheets here.

Please take a look at our chart comparing CPE HG100 with CPE CF112 Carbon.


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15 m Sample | 1.75 | PLA Extrafill "Wizard's Voodoo" December 06 2019

Hands up, who would like to try PLA Wizard's Voodoo!

This magical color has inspired lots of makers. Now there is a possibility to try out this stunning color in a new handy 15m sample package without committing to buying a whole 750g spool.

Perfect for testing or 3D pen.

Offering all the PLA colors in a 15m sample package is a goal we are working towards right now. This way, you can try out all the different colors before ordering the whole spools.

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4 new HIPS colors December 06 2019

High Impact Polystyrene or HIPS is a perfect material for prototyping or functional objects. This is why we are now offering four new colors to give a chance to make a functional object also aesthetically pleasing or practical color marking.

New colors:

Thanks to the clean surface finish, HIPS is perfect for printing support parts. These printed parts are dissolvable in Lemonesol, which is a special liquid that doesn't affect the quality of PLA or ABS object. 

It offers excellent mechanical properties, such as strength, impact resistance, toughness, and heat resistance. This filament is resistant to moisture and water, thus it is ideal for application in long-term contact with hot water.

Moreover, HIPS has great dielectric strength and resistivity properties, meaning it can be used in the production of electrical and electronic equipment. It's also certified for food contact, which makes it perfect for the food and packaging industry.

During the printing process of HIPS filament, small quantities of styrene are released into the atmosphere.

  • Diamteres: 1.75 or 2.85
  • Diameter tolerance: +/- 0,05 mm
  • Working temperature: 230 - 250 °C
  • Heated pad: 90 - 105 °C



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Fillamentum Industrial introduces Flexfill TPE December 06 2019

Fillamentum Industrial expands its product portfolio with new Flexfill TPE, a thermoplastic elastomer based on polypropylene.

In comparison to Flexfill TPU, which is thermoplastic polyurethane Flexfill TPE has an entirely different set of properties. We are offering two levels of hardness for the TPE – Shore 90A and Shore 96A.

The matte surface of TPE is pleasant to touch in compared to more technical material, the TPU, which has a glossy finish. Furthermore, the other indispensable qualities of this material also include a chemical resistance such is resistance to water, acids, alcohols, and alkalis. TPE is certificated for food and skin contact.
With excellent printability, Flexfill TPE is a high-quality 3D printing filament that keeps its dimensional stability with strong interlayer adhesion resulting in a sleek matte finish.

We strongly recommend printing temperature in a range of 225-245 °C, the temperature of hotbed 50-60 °C, and the printing speed in 15-25 mm/s, depending on the printer. 

Fillamentum brings this filament to the market in cooperation with Resitech GmbH, part of Westlake Global Compounds. 


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Your Christmas present a Fella Pin December 04 2019

It's Christmas time, and that means presents! We decided to give a present to you. The first 150 orders from our online store will come in with a small gift, a PLA Gold Happens Filla Fella pin.  

Hurry up, cute little fellas are waiting for you : )

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BLACK FRIDAY FILLAMENTUM 2019 November 28 2019

 YES YES YES, it's here!

Check out the full guide for Fillamentum materials at sales.
*This article will be updated when we will find another Black Friday sale : )

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    • PLA & ABS in 2,85 (Basic colors) - 25 %
      • Valid also for 2.5 kg packaging
      • Not valid for already discounted products
    • PLA 1,75 (Basic colors) - 20 %
      • Valid also for 2.5 kg packaging
    • Everything else - 15 %
      • Valid also for 2.5 kg packaging
    • Not valid for Samples & Merchandise
    • Duration: Only 1 day - Friday,  November 29, 2019

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    • Info: - 15% on all Fillamentum
    • Duration: Already started, ending Friday, November 29, 2019 +

      • Link CZ, Link SK
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        • Info on their websites
        • Only on spools at the warehouse
      • Duration:  November 29 - December 1, 2019


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        • -20% PLA & ABS Traffic Black 2.85mm 2.5kg
        • -10% CPE HG100
      • Duration: Only 1 day - Friday, November 29, 2019


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        • - 20% on all Fillamentum materials
        • Promo code: MOC_Fillamentum
      • Duration: November 29 - 30, 2019


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      • Info: Up to - 20% on Fillamentum materials
      • Duration: Already started, ending December 2, 2019

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      • Info: - 10% on PLA
      • Duration: Already started, ending December 3, 2019


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      • Info: - 10% discount & free shipping 
      • Duration: Already started, ending December 1, 2019


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          Maker Faire Rome 2019 Award November 08 2019

          We are incredibly happy to be awarded a Maker of Merit Blue Ribbon at the Maker Faire Rome 2019. This certification of true esteem is awarded by the organizers, and the American parent company Make: Community.

          "Maker Fair Rome was really exciting! Definitely one of the biggest shows for hobby makers. So many fantastic new ideas, projects and really a lot of visitors. We are very happy that we could be there, and thank you also for the Blue Ribbon!" says our CMO Laila.  

          We are dighted to have the opportunity to showcase our products in events like Maker Faire Rome, where we could get together with our fans and introduce our materials to the makers. For this occasion, we brought the whole collection of our hobby materials, of which we gave out samples.


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          First printable polypropylene by Fillamentum October 03 2019

          Within few weeks Fillamentum Industrial will release new material under the name PP 2320. This polypropylene, which, thanks to its unique properties, will easily become an integral part of your production. It took nearly a year of development and technological testing to bring this material to perfection.


          3D printing is no longer a privilege of hobby users and designers. Fillamentum Industrial aims at the field of industrial applications. Our Industrial materials will increase production efficiency, saving your time and costs. The clear evidence is this new polypropylene, which Fillamentum presented at TCT Show in Birmingham.

          PP 2320 has excellent electrical insulation properties and will find its application as an alternative to PVC in the insulation of electrical cables. Like Vinyl 303, which was launched this March, it is not absorbent, so it's ideal as part of a pipeline, in making of tanks and sinks. The high temperature and chemical resistance make PP 2320 a structural component for chemical tools that also require high strength. PP 2320 by Fillamentum Industrial achieves high tensile strength over competing polypropylene filaments with greater elongation.

          Polypropylene of Fillamentum Industrial has countless applications, but another unforgettable advantage is the ease of printing. PP 2320 is printed in the temperature range 225-245° C. For maximum strength we recommend printing at the upper limit of the printing temperatures (240–245 °C). Large objects should be printed in a heated chamber.

          We offer a unique option for the pre-order of this material.
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          Single PLA Swatches are here! September 17 2019

          We are proud to announce that the Single PLA Swatches are here ready for you!

          Now you are going to be able to add a single PLA swatch to your already existing Sampler as we release new materials and colors. You will also be able to create your own custom samplers with only blue colors, or any combination you will need.

          There are over 40 colors in our PLA offer and therefore Single Swatches are a great way to determine if the color will be suitable for your project and a great way to combine and compare the colors.


          2.5 kg Spools standard offer August 27 2019

          Good news,

          From now on, you can find most sell and requested materials on 2.5 kg spools default on the e-shop offer. 
          It's not new, but until today you needed to write us an email and requested them. Not anymore. 

          A list of 2.5 kg spools in our default offer:

          If you will need to find them quickly, we added them also as a special collection to the e-shop.

          Enjoy : )


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          Flexfill renamed to Flexfill TPU August 26 2019

          Soon we will welcome new flexible material TPE in our offer. With this awesome news, we wanted to keep the name Flexfill also for this material. To not get confused, we are renaming Flexfill with adding TPU to his name. From now on it will be Flexfill TPU. And soon we will welcome Flexfill TPE. 

          Check out our Flexfill TPU offer HERE

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          BTWhite... Ghost White in CPE! August 06 2019

          Something important was missing in our CPE HG100 portfolio. And it is not anymore! Please, welcome 23rd color in CPE portfolio on the stage - “Ghost White” (HEX #F8F8FF).

          CPE HG 100 is slowly but surely reaching the position of one of the most favorite technical material.

          Why choose CPE HG100:

          • It’s a modified PETG with better properties
          • Excellent impact resistance
          • Tensile strength is higher compared to usual PETG
          • Good heat and chemical resistance
          • Tough and long-life material
          • Great printing properties (interlayer adhesion, easy printing, no odor)

          When talking about the printing properties, we guarantee high quality of printed object with excellent functional properties. The recommended printing temperature is between 255–270 °C and the bed temperature 70-85 °C.

          Please notice that CPE HG100 is highly moisture-sensitive that is why we strongly recommend keeping the material in a protective sachet with silica gel. Otherwise the material loses its printing properties. In case this happens, you can easily dry your filament and use it again.


          And you know what is also great? We think green! This 3D printing filament is recyclable, bio-based, BPA and styrene free. Last but not least, CPE is food contact certified.

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          Add some texture with the New PLA Mukha! August 01 2019

          We are incredibly happy to announce a new colour to out PLA Extrafill selection, the PLA Extrafill Mukha.

          This is the 42nd colour in our palette of PLA Extrafill as we love to widen the creative possibilities for our customers. You can be certain that we do not plan to make it the last. Be sure to stay tuned for more!

          This interesting colour is achieved by combining different shades to ensure a deep and sophisticated texture. Closely resembling coffee with milk, sand or wood pulp, makes it possible to be used in a whole variety of projects with adding dept.

          The name Mukha was given after the city Mocha in Yemen, natively spelt al-Mukh. This city is known for being the major marketplace for coffee. The Caffè Mocha or also derived from this cities name inspiring us to come up with the PLA Mukha.

          Our PLA filament is easy to print smoothly, even in tricky detailed areas. Making it suitable for a wide range of people such as hobbyists, architects, designers and many more.


          PLA Extrafill Mukha

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          Fillamentum was at Film Festival for Children and Youth June 28 2019

          The last week of May traditionally belongs to the International Film Festival for Children and Youth in Zlin, city near our production. This year has been 59th annual of this event and Fillamentum was involved!

          The tradition of recent years is the festival program, which focuses not only on film screenings, but also on workshops designed for creative hands of schoolchildren and the young. Workshops are located in various areas. The most popular area among children is the Castle Zone, which was located in the Zlín Park. 

          We supported these workshops by donating 3D printing filaments.

          Our filaments are suitable for 3D printers and also 3D pens. With the help of local TBU students, all kids had the opportunity to try out their own spatial drawing. “We appreciate we could be a part of this event; we like to support kids to have a clue about this absolutely incredible technology, “says Josef Doleček, founder and CEO of Fillamentum.

          The perfect sample was the display of 3D printer, which continuously printed with the Fillamentum strings. It was obvious that not only children were amazed by this technology. “It is amazing to watch maybe future makers discovering the magic of 3D printing at one of the most popular film festivals for children.” adds Mr. Doleček.


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          Winners of tickets to Berlin Maker Fair 2019 May 15 2019

          Hello : )

          We find out it's not OK to publish names according to GDPR, so all 20 winners will be emailed latest on Thursday with their tickets. We will write also to people who didn't win to be sure they know results. 

          Thank you for understanding

          Team Fillamentum

          New Wizard's Voodoo is here! May 03 2019

          In our heads is looping Voodoo People from Prodigy and under our nozzles is printing the new epic PLA Wizard's Voodoo.

          We are thrilled to introduced to you our new colour of our PLA filament - Wizard’s Voodoo. With even finer glitter as PLA Vertigo Grey achieving greater smooth finish. The glitter has two tones of the sheen depending on an angle of the light source, which makes this colour much more outstanding.

          The “Wizard” part of the name is a little tribute to our best tester Tom Jackson also known as Filament Frenzy on social media, who’s also known as the  Filament Wizard on Twitter. 

          PLA qualities include:

          • Easy printing
          • Good tensile strength
          • Great surface quality 
          • User-friendly for both home and office environments
          • Allows the creation of high-resolution parts
          • Ideal for models and prototypes that require aesthetic detail
          • A wide range of colour options available

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          CPE madness! 12 new colours! March 18 2019

          We are proud to introduce to you 12 new colours of CPE HG100, our successful high-technical material for 3D printing.

          Modified from PETG for better quality, higher resistance and easy printing. Typical attributes are impact resistance, tensile strength and excellent chemical resistance.

          CPE HG100 highlights:

          • Guarantee of high quality of printed object with good functional properties
          • Durable, tough, long life of the material
          • Excellent impact resistance (no break)
          • Good interlayer adhesion, easy printing as PLA, no odour, low warping
          • Great tensile and flexural strength, high hardness
          • High heat resistance
          • Possibility of priming & painting
          • High transparency in thin layers
          • Safe for food contact applications (declaration sent per request)
          • 100% recyclable, bio-based, BPA free
          • Great chemical resistance

          Because of great adhesion to other materials we do recommend using adhesive which will serve as a separation layer on bed. CPE HG100 is highly moisture sensitive, therefore keep the spool in protective sachet. If the stringing occurs, re-dry the filament.


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          Fillamentum released printable polyvinylchloride - Vinyl 303 March 05 2019

          Fillamentum, a Czech company, that belongs to the top global producers of filaments for 3D printing, introduced unique and long-awaited filament Vinyl 303. Polyvinylchloride that was developed in cooperation with well-known German brand NAKAN, was released 4th of March 2019.

          Fillamentum as one of the first in the world offers printable polyvinylchloride. This material also belongs to the line of Fillamentum Industrial family, which is focused on the development and manufacturing of 3D filaments suitable especially for industrial applications. Vinyl 303 is a self-extinguishing material and is characterized by its excellent mechanical properties. Its hardness is comparable to the Nylon CF 15 Carbon, micro carbon fiber reinforced filament that has been on the market for some time.

          The low water adsorption and chemical resistance are typical signs of this commodity plastic. It can be used mainly in the industrial sphere, for prototyping or production of components.

          Recommended printing temperature: 215-230 ° C
          Printing speed: 40-60 mm/s

          Vinyl 303 highlights

          • Functionality, toughness, rigidity
          • Tensile strength, hardness, impact resistance
          • Low moisture adsorption
          • Chemical resistance to oils, salts, solutions, water
          • Flame retardant
          • Recyclable, styrene free 
          • Suitable for prototyping

          • Tensile strength 46,1 MPa | 13,1 %
          • Hardness 78 Shore D
          • Heat resistance (Vicat) 71 °C


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          Best 3D prints #20 January 30 2019

          Looks like this month was mostly about figures. Thats awesome!

          Lets check out the best prints, of course from Fillamentum materials.

          Enjoy : ) 


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Rapunzel Silver",
          "Green Grass" & "Vertigo Galaxy"
          ▷ Printed by: Leonardo Delgado
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa MK3
          ▷ Design: Summer by ArteCreator on Myminifactory

          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Gold Happens"
          ▷ Printed by: Vedran Marjanovic Wekster
          ▷ Design: Crackshot by Wekser on Myminifactory


          ▷ Material: Flexfill 98A "Vertigo Grey" and "Pistachio Green"
          ▷ Printed by: ‪FilamentFrenzy‬
          ▷ Printed with: Mosaic‬ Palette 2
          ▷ Design: Low Poly Pencil Cup/Holder by Anthony Cohn on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Crystal Clear "Iceland Blue"
          ▷ Printed by: Matt (Jake from State Farm)
          ▷ Printed on: Creality3dprint Ender 3
          ▷ Design: BLENDEROTH by KIJAI


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Galaxy"
          ▷ Printed by:
          ▷ Printed on: Trilab Deliq
          ▷ Design: Gyroid Cube by Seth Moczytlowsky on Thingiverse

          ▷ Material:PLA Extrafill "Traffic White", "Pearl Ruby Red" & "Gold Happens"
          ▷ Printed by: Giuseppe Pasquarelli
          ▷ Printed on: Geeetech
          ▷ Design: Pennywise Clown from "IT" 3D Printing Miniature
          by Alex Cruz on Gambody


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Sulfur Yellow", "Traffic White", "Noble Blue", "Luminous Orange" & "Metallic Grey"
          ▷ Printed by: Roman Pospisilik
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa i3 MK3
          ▷ Design: SpongeBob by System rhea on Thingiverse

          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Rapunzel Silver", "Traffic Black" and "Traffic White"
          ▷ Printed by: Giuseppe Pasquarelli
          ▷ Printed on: anycubic 3D
          ▷ Design: Ghost Biker by Sanix on ‪malix3design‬


          ▷ Material: CPE HG100 "Natural" and PLA Extrafill "Rapunzel Silver"
          ▷ Printed by: David Shorey
          ▷ Printed on: ‪Seemecnc Artemis 300 RTP‬
          ▷ Design: David Shorey


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          New stickers from Fillamentum! January 23 2019

          It’s the time for a change and therefore a new wave of epic awesome stickers from Fillamentum is about to be added to each new box.

          Check out the new designs!

          Btw we are definitely taking the new stickers to all events, too : )

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          Best feedbacks from social media 2018 December 20 2018

          Thank you, we 💛 you too!

          It's mixed by date, social network and, of course, they aren’t all.

          Thank you for every single positive reaction on our work. It's warming our hearts.
          So go through them, maybe you’ll find some : )



          THANK YOU 💛💛💛


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          Best 3D prints #19 December 18 2018

          Hello : )

          Looks like, this selection is the last in 2018. Was a strong year. Really great prints there! Thank you for making such amazing work and keep inspiring us.

          So no long words and let's take a look on the best from the best!



          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Vertigo Grey“
          ▷ Printed by: Javier Duran García
          ▷ Printed on: Anycubic i3 All Metal
          ▷ Design: TIE Advanced by Colin Catch


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Gold Happens"
          ▷ Printed by: Jody McAdams
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa MK3
          ▷ Design: Fish by Maxxkao on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Rapunzel Silver” & CPE HG100 “Morning Sun Transparent”
          ▷ Printed by: Louise Driggers
          ▷ Design: The Fabled Hare by Louise Driggers on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Traffic Red”, “Sulfur Yellow” & “Sky Blue
          ▷ Printed by: Filament Frenzy
          ▷ Printed on: Creality CR-10
          ▷ Design: Wavy Bowl by Fernando Jerez on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Rapunzel Silver",
          "Vertigo Galaxy", "Noble Blue", "Traffic Purple" & "Luminous Orange"
          ▷ Printed by: JacksFilament
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa MK3
          ▷ Design: Pod Walker by Fernando Jerez on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Galaxy""Traffic Yellow"
          ▷ Printed by: Agustin Flowalistik
          ▷ Printed on: Snapmaker
          ▷ Design: Gameboy Flasher case by Agustin Flowalistik on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Grey", "Sky Blue", "Traffic Yellow" & "Traffic Purple"
          ▷ Printed by: Stian Ervik Wahlvaag
          ▷ Printed on: Makerbot Replicator 2
          ▷ Design: Stian Ervik Wahlvaag on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: CPE HG100 "Deep Sea Transparent" & "Neon Yellow Transparent"
          ▷ Printed by: Ivo
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa
          ▷ Design: Prusa extruder fan cover by Ivo


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Rapunzel Silver" 
          ▷ Printed by: Diego Vilches Rupayan
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa i3 Mk2s
          ▷ Design: Jewellery by DiegoVilchesRupayan
          Editorial “WRYG MOON” for The Model Magazine @themodelmagazine
          Photography & Art. Dir.: Pablo Fattori @anteojoscirculares
          Mua: Jose Madariaga @josemadariagart
          Model: Gabija (Agency: The Syndical) @gabijagas
          Accesories 3D: Diego Vilches Rupayan Diego Vilches Rupayán 3D
          Assist. Prod.: Kay Martinic
          Edit/Retouch: Pablo Fattori 


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Vertigo Starlight” 
          ▷ Printed by: Robotic Gorgon
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa i3 MK3
          ▷ Design: Seven the Articulated Dragon by See Han Kim on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Grey"
          ▷ Printed by: DigChaos
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa MK3
          ▷ Design: Celtic Skull by Erika Bowen on Thingiverse

          Check out also older Best prints in our News section.  


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          From now on Parzlich s.r.o. becomes Fillamentum Manufacturing Czech s.r.o. December 12 2018

          Dear customers,

          This is an announcement that since 5. 12. 2018 there is a change in the name of our company. From now on Parzlich s.r.o. becomes Fillamentum Manufacturing Czech s.r.o.

          This strategic step was made out of a continuous development of the company. We are producers of filaments for 3D printing, plastic tubes and extruded profiles used mainly in automotive and food industry. Strong brand Fillamentum belongs to the top 5 global producers of filaments and that is why the owners have decided that Parzlich s.r.o. will join Fillamentum family under a unified name Fillamentum Manufacturing Czech s.r.o. 

          IMPORTANT! Since 5. 12. 2018 including, we do not accept any orders aimed to the company name Parzlich s.r.o.

          Contact details, address, VAT number remains same.


          Thank you for understanding
          Best regards,

          Fillamentum team


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          BEST color 2018 - Winner of U.C.B. - Ultimate Colour Battle! December 06 2018

          Yes, we expected it.
          And probably you too : )

          Congratulation to the winner of the first official U.C.B. - Ultimate Colour Battle:

          This is the result of final round:

          First 3:

          1. PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Grey" 
          2. PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Starlight" 
          3. PLA Crystal Clear "Iceland Blue" 




          Thanks to everybody who joined and voted!


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          U.C.B. - Ultimate Colour Battle! December 03 2018

          Hello everybody!

          Sometimes there are serious discussions about the nicest colour from our PLA range.

          We’ve decided to put an end to all these speculations in:

          U.C.B. - Ultimate Colour Battle

          In following days, you will be able to join and vote for the best. And in the end, we will find out which one is Your favourite colour!



          After round #2

          Details to Round #2 here

          Details to Round #1 here


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          Fillamentum received prize for the best global exporter of 2018 November 27 2018

          Company Fillamentum was announced as the best global exporter for 2018. All of the participated companies were compared in the increase of exported destinations in the last two years. Fillamentum recorded the biggest growth among the companies and fully deserves the winning. The 21st annual of a competition EXPORT PRIZE DHL UNICREDIT was supported by CZECHTRADE agency.

          "We are shipping all around the world and daily working also in cooperation of our distributors. Recently we added a distributor in India and soon our customers could buy our products also locally worldwide." Says CEO of Fillamentum Mr. Dolecek. 

          Photo credit: Helas New Encounters Club

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          Black Friday & Cyber Monday with Fillamentum November 21 2018

          Hello : )

          Yes, the most excited sale on this planet is here!

          We have prepared this guide to Black Friday & Cyber Monday with Fillamentum. 
          Check out the best deals of our products.


          30% discount on full order 
          Duration: 23. - 27. November 2018
          Promocode: Black&Cyber2018



          Up to 20% discount on all Fillamentum filaments
          Duration: 18. - 26. November 2018


          20% discount on all Fillamentum filaments
          Duration: 23. - 25. November 2018


          10% discount on all Fillamentum filaments
          Duration: 23. - 27. November 2018
          Promo code: Happy-Printing


          Up to 15% discount on selected items
          Duration: 23. - 25. November 2018


          20% discount for PLA, ABS, ASA, Timberfill and Flexfill
          Duration: 23. - 26. November 2018
          Promo code: MOC_Fillamentum


          30% discount on Fillamentum brand
          Duration: on 23. November 2018
          Promo code: BLACKFRIDAY

          30% discount on Fillamentum brand
          Duration: on 25. - 27. November 2018
          Promo code: CYBER2018


          25% discount on CPE, Nylon, ASA & Flexfill
          Duration: 23. - 25. November 2018


          20% on Fillamentum brand
          Duration: 23. - 25. November 2018



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          Best 3D prints #18 October 31 2018

          Hello there!

          Another strong compilation of the best of prints that you have sent us, or those where you tagged us in social media. All of course from Fillamentum top quality materials.

          Inspiration, motivation, jealous place 😄

          Have a nice printing days 💛


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Grey"
          ▷ Printed by: Jukka Seppänen
          ▷ Printed on: FlashForge creator pro
          ▷ Design: High Overlord Varok Saurfang by Jukka Seppänen on MyMiniFactory


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Purple Red"
          ▷ Printed by: Eric Joe
          ▷ Printed on: Folger Tech Kossel
          ▷ Design: Deadpool by David Ostman on MyMiniFactory


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Grey"
          ▷ Printed by: Rav Meimad
          ▷ Printed on: TRILAB DeltiQ
          ▷ Design: PROFAB Lattice Cube by PROFAB3D on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Traffic Black"
          "Gold Happens" & "Rapunzel Silver"
          ▷ Printed by: Nachete2016
          ▷ Printed on: Ultimaker 2+
          ▷ Design: Lamborghini by Nachete2016 on @MyMiniFactory


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Signal Brown" &
          "Gold Happens"
          ▷ Printed by: Jody McAdams
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa MK3
          ▷ Design: House Spider by Arian Croft on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Starlight" &
          "Electric Grey"
          ▷ Printed by: Devin Montes
          ▷ Design: David by Devin Montes on MyMiniFactory


          ▷ Material: Timberfill "Rosewood"
          ▷ Printed by: Filament Frenzy
          ▷ Printed on: Creality CR-10
          ▷ Design: Wavy Bowl by Fernando Jerez on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Starlight"
          ▷ Printed by: Agustin Flowalistik
          ▷ Printed on: Ultimaker S5
          ▷ Design: Chainmail by Agustin Flowalistik on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: CPE HG100 "Black Soul"
          ▷ Printed by: Jan Tesař
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa i3 MK2
          ▷ Design: Redukce IBC Jan Tesař


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Gold Happens"
          ▷ Printed by: Grafitomi
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa i3 MK3
          ▷ Design: Mondoshawan by Mag-net on Thingiverse

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          Interview: Printing magic with Nacho & Lamborghini Miura wheel rim October 30 2018

          It’s amazing! We’re just looking at one of your prints and… it’s really a beautiful piece of work.
          Thank you so much!!
          It’s printed on Ultimaker 2+ and modeling is mine with Catia V5. It's a CAD 3D software like the SolidWorks.

          How much does it take to print it?
          Approximately 30 hours.

          Why did you choose this model? We remember you from the watches series..
          I like the motor-sport world, I’ve already done the McLaren F1 steering wheel.
          This time, I wanted to make a design easier to print and assemble but iconic at the same time.
          The Lamborghini Miura was the first mass-manufactured supercar and the design of the rim is spectacular – for me.

          We’ve met on Twitter because you’d tagged us in your posts. How did you find our brand and why did you choose it for your projects?
          I’ve discovered you thanks to the distributor you have in my city – Innovaland 3D ( They recommended me your filaments for their quality.
          I bought a Rapunzel Silver spool PLA and since then, I’ve been limited to buying only your products because they give me quality, easy printing (temperatures, removal of supports), and above all – assembling precision.

          Since you’ve mentioned temperatures, what setup did you use for printing this model?
          For the body rim printed in Fillamentum Gold Happens PLA, I used the 0,4 nozzle with a 0,2 height layer, the speed of 30mm/seg, 50º supports overhang angle and nozzle at the temperature of 210°C.
          For the central wheel wing nut, I printed with Fillamentum Rapunzel Silver PLA and used the same settings as for the body rim.
          And for the brand shield, I printed with Fillamentum Traffic Black and Gold Happens PLA I used the 0,25 nozzle with a 0,15 layer, the speed of 20mm/seg and at the temperature of 195°C.

          Is it possible to download the model?
          Yes, it is available in Thingiverse, I’m dropping the link to my account here:

          And for the model:

          What are your future plans?
          I have many plans, right now, I have two tough bosses – my sons – they’re demanding a scary mask for Halloween.
          On the other hand, I'm trying to simplify the watch design to reduce the number of mounting parts and maybe I can make a short production for some interested friends. I hope to get it using the filament change technique during printing.
          I also want to make some relief map of the terrain using digital terrain models and I need to learn to design with Blender to make more artistic designs and less industrial.
          Besides all this, I have to finish the design of a watch, I want to design another Formula 1 steering wheel more and continue with the design of luminous marquee letters and with the architectural recreations… I need more time. (I wish a day had 36 hours?)


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          Maker Faire New York 2018 with Fillamentum ❤️ October 18 2018

          Now it's the right time to look back on the best Maker Faire this year!

          Yes, we are talking about the New York's event we attended in September: the dream team of our CEO Mr. Dolecek and the marketing guru Laila.

          And how was it? 
          👍 Awesome people
          👍 Awesome weather 
          👍 Awesome exhibition


          Matterhackers meetup

          On the first evening of our arrival to NY, we were took part in the Matterhackers Meetup at Fat Cat Fab Lab. It was just the perfect place for seeing everybody first-time. After it, we were ready for the next two days at MF.


          Who we met

          Everybody! Like for real, this was the massive meetup of all talented people who we mostly knew just from Youtube, Twitter, and Instagram. 


          What we liked

          The whole event was absolutely fun. There were so many different projects from blacksmiths to robotics. We loved it!


          Saturday after party with Matterhackers

          We were proud we could join the after party and invite people for the first round of drinks. It was as a rad night on a hotel rooftop; we met old and new faces there and had the time to chat.



          The interesting fact was that in the 3D printing village, there were a lot of companies directly from the Czech Republic or run by people from Czechia. So was great to meet a lot of familiar faces and have a great time with them!

          We don't have all of them in photos, but there were: Prusa team, Plasty Mladec, Jelly Box, 3D Simo, and Filament One.


          Big THANK YOU!

          We got there just with two suitcases and thanks to these makers, you could see the great prints they’d sent us or brought by themselves to our booth in NY.



          And Chris Taylor Jr, which stopped by and give us his amazing vases!


          There wasn't much time left in between MF and after-parties each day, but we’ve seen something at least! : )


          Thank you for all your visits, hugs and spreader love for 3D printing.

          See you next year on New York Maker Fair!


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          Best 3D prints #17 September 04 2018

          Hello makers!

          After a month, we are back with a selection of top prints from the best printers! Big WOW goes to the material wizard, Filament Frenzy, who made epic prints again; and also published his printing profiles publicly. If you haven’t yet, you should start following this guy.

          But there is much more, let's take a look!


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Gold Happens” & “Nobble Blue
          ▷ Printed by: Filament Frenzy
          ▷ Printed on: Anycubic Kossel Delta
          ▷ Design: Little lizard by Louise Driggers on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Vertigo Galaxy”
          ▷ Printed by: Rob Stevenson
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa Mk3
          ▷ Design: Gun by Juri Pranjic


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Traffic Purple"
          ▷ Printed by: David Shorey
          ▷ Printed on: SeeMeCNC
          ▷ Design: Snapdragon by David Shorey on Patreon


          ▷ Material: CPE HG100 "Pink Blush Transparent"
          ▷ Printed by: Martin Trojan
          ▷ Design: Holder by Martin Trojan 


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Baby Blue" & Crystal Clear "Iceland Blue"
          ▷ Printed by: Filament Frenzy
          ▷ Printed on: ANYCUBIC Kossel Delta
          ▷ Design: Spaghetti Bowl by Antonin Nosek on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Gold Happens" & "Vertigo Galaxy"
          ▷ Printed by: Leonardo Delgado
          ▷ Design: Sargegas Sword by Jukka Seppänen on MyMiniFactory


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Pearl Ruby”
          ▷ Printed by: Baldiri Mendez Roca
          ▷ Printed on: Creality Ender 3
          ▷ Design: Creature by MD Studio3d on MyMiniFactory


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Gold Happens" 
          ▷ Printed by: FilamentFrenzy 
          ▷ Design: Lion Pendant by Jan Moderski on CGTrader 


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Grey"
          ▷ Printed by: yourdailymicron
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa MK3
          ▷ Design: Folding Robot-R by FAB 365

          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Rapunzel Silver” & “Traffic White
          ▷ Printed by: Filament Frenzy
          ▷ Printed on: Creality CR-10
          ▷ Design: Moon Lamp by Toolmoon on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Luminous Green” & Flexfill 92A “Luminous Green”
          ▷ Printed by: Ian Lewis
          ▷ Design: Hand by Enablethefuture


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Vertigo Grey” & “Rapunzel SIlver”, “Gold Happens
          ▷ Printed by: Rob Stevenson
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa MK3S
          ▷ Design: Fortnite by Juri on Patreon


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Rapunzel Silver" & "Smaragd Green"
          ▷ Printed by: Filament Frenzy
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa MK2 & Formbot Trex 2+
          ▷ Design: Pod Walker by Fernando Jerez on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Traffic White"
          ▷ Printed by: Michal Nojby Neubauer
          ▷ Printed on: Trilab DeltiX XXL
          ▷ Design: Michal Nojby Neubauer


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Luminous Green”
          ▷ Printed by: Filament2print
          ▷ Design: Wavy Bowl by Fernando Jerez on Thingiverse

          ▷ Material: PLA Crystal Clear “Iceland Blue” & PLA Extrafill “Traffic White
          ▷ Printed by:
          ▷ Printed on: Craftbot 3
          ▷ Design: Frozen Castle by Jukka Seppänen 


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          Fan art LEGO Parrot in human scale by agepbiz August 28 2018

          Hello agepbiz! We’ve just watched your newest project – the fan art LEGO Parrot in human scale. It’s amazing! How did you get to this idea?
          I grew up in the eighties playing a lot with Lego bricks. Lego has always been my favourite toy, and I kept that fascination into adulthood. I guess this is why Lego has influenced many of my personal projects. Lately, I have wanted to learn basic soldering, doing a project that combines both my passion for 3D modelling and electronics became my goal.

          To technical things: You did all the work on it, so please tell us more about it.
          I usually do all the 3D modelling in Autodesk 3ds Max. I have several printers, but since the parrot is so tall and I did not want to print the body in parts, I printed it on my Tevo Tornado due to the Tornados’ large print-size capability, although I have published a split version of the parrot for those with smaller 3D printers. My biggest challenge with this project was fitting the electronics the most elegant way. It was a lot of trial and error, but I ended up with a solution where I attached the speaker and the battery-holder inside the back cover.

          Any tips for people who will download this project from Thingiverse, MyMinifactory, Cults3D, or Pinshape?
          If people don’t want to tinker with electronics, I have also made and uploaded a solid version of the parrot so that they can print just the Parrot. I suggest printing the parts in the orientation I uploaded them.

          Why did you choose Fillamentum?
          The first spool I bought of Fillamentum gave me such a nice finish on the print that it was an easy choice to select Fillamentum for my next projects.

          Do you have plans for the next project?
          I have designed a series of print-in-place Surprise Eggs toys that I want to expand upon. I also have another big lego project in my backlog. I have become fond of combining 3D printing and electronics so I might do more of that in the future.

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          Vertigo Starlight - A New Jewel from Fillamentum August 21 2018

          Fillamentum is pleased to announce a brand new color shade from the very successful „Vertigo“ line. It’s got a deep-blue color and hint of sparkly passion - these are a few of the main ingredients we used when baking our new delicious shade. And the result!? Absolutely fantastic!

          Whether you watched or not, there’s been the longest total lunar eclipse of the century last July. That’s how our new shade the Vertigo Starlight looks like; it’s a perfect dark deep-blue sky full of little stars like on the night.

          Haven’t you heard of our best line, the Vertigo, yet? PLAs in TOP Fillamentum quality allows easy printing even with tricky details and excellent lamination of the printed object. The PLA filament is made of natural ingredients and is biodegradable. The entire Vertigo series is non-abrasive

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          Spores - 3D generated models by Fernando Jerez August 08 2018

          Hi all, I’m Fernando Jerez, a computer science teacher, amateur designer and 3D-printing hobbyist. This set of pieces is the 4th design of “Plastic Reef” series where I tried to recreate weird undersea creatures using procedural and generative algorithms implemented in Openscad.

          The style and look of the “Spores” are inspired by Ernst Haeckel drawings. I’m fascinated with this kind of drawings and the organic structures that seem like they have been made by some sort of algorithm.

          As with much of my procedural stuff, I used Openscad as a tool to implement this one. I needed some sort of algorithm that could generate a big variety of different patterns but keeping a similar structure.

          After a few failed approaches, I went into ‘loops’ so I improvised a mix of formulas to get a sinusoidal path that twists itself to make an organic shape then populate the path with balls and spikes. Tweaking path and distribution of balls/spikes, there’s a lot of weird organic creature to be discovered. My intention was to make a dozen, but finally, I couldn’t resist and render up to 30 STLs.

          Community project

          The nicest part of this project has been promoted by Laila from Fillamentum. She has made a huge effort to involve makers from the 3D-printing community to test, print, and send the pieces to Fillamentum.

          Lot of people got involved, and for me as a hobbyist designer, my best revenue is seeing other people enjoying and printing my stuff. When I see those figures printed at such high quality, it feels great.

          Big thank you goes to all makers who made these awesome models: 3DMN, SADDEXdesign, Filament Frenzy,, Filip Žákovec,, Leonardo Delgado, Open Innovations, Openfil, RavMeimad, Stereolab & Trilab.



          So this has been a nice and fun project, I’m still impressed by all the makers involved and the support that Fillamentum made for us.

          I just hope you find these designs nice, print them, and give to your best friends or family.

          This is not a functional design, but it’s cool!!!! : )


          Check the project: Spores






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          Goodbye to some materials + SALE -50% August 06 2018

          Hello to everybody,

          It’s time we’ve decided to say goodbye to some of our products. They are not selling well so the sale termination will create free space for new ones.

          We are preparing many, indeed many, new releases, so don't worry, it's just a life-circle, and that’s ok.


          RIP list:

          Signal Brown (2.85)
          Sulfur Yellow (2.85)
          Signal Yellow - sold out
          Green Blue - (2.85)
          Luminous Red (2.85)
          Pearl Violet (2.85)
          Pearl Green - sold out

          Traffic Purple (2.85)
          Signal Yellow (2.85)
          Turq. Blue (2.85)
          Signal Red (2.85)
          Green Blue (2.85)

          Thank you for understanding.
          Cheer up! Epic new ones are coming!

          Your Fillamentum team 💛

          Best 3D prints #16 July 31 2018

          July was a hot month – like really hot – here in Europe, the Czech Republic. It seems that warm weather can't stop you from printing all these fantastic prints! We've got solid collection here. We are proud you've chosen Fillamentum for such great work.

          Let's take a look at best 3D prints!

          ▷ Material: PLA Pearl Ruby Red & PLA Vertigo Grey
          Printed by: Filament Frenzy
          Printer: Creality CR-10, layer height
          Fan art design: Sergiu Sanix Malic


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Grey", "Traffic Black" & "Traffic White"
          ▷ Printed by: Nacho3D
          ▷ Printed on: Ultimaker 2+
          ▷ Design: McLarenF1 steering wheel by Nacho3D on Twitter


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill Light Ivory + Ultimaker PVA
          ▷ Printed by:
          ▷ Printed on: Ultimaker S5, layer heihght 0,15 mm, printing time ~3 days
          ▷ Model: Surface of human brain from MR by doc. MUDr. Marek Mechl, PhD., MBA (FN Brno) 


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Mint”
          ▷ Printed by: Tacblades
          ▷ Printed on: Creality CR-10S
          ▷ Design: Speakers by Tacblades



          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill “Metallic Grey”, "Traffic Red" and “Sky Blue”
          ▷ Printed by: Nacho3D
          ▷ Printed on: Cetus 3D
          ▷ Design: 1960's Rolex GMT 1675 by Nacho3D 


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Galaxy”
          ▷ Printed by: Agustin Flowalistik 
          ▷ Design: Upgraded Spool Holder by Agustin Flowalistik on MyMiniFactory


          ▷ Material: PLA Vertigo Galaxy 
          ▷ Printed by: Rob 
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa MK3
          ▷ Design: Juri 



          ▷ Material: PLA Vertigo Galaxy & Gold Happens
          ▷ Printed by: Filament Frenzy
          ▷ Printed on: CR-10
          ▷ Design: The Broken Nerd


          Timberfill wall art by Make Anything


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Grey" & "Smaragd Green"
          ▷ Printed by: Azzalini Luca
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa MK3
          ▷ Design: Wavy Bowls Collection by Fernando Jerez on Thingiverse


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Green Blue", "Melon Yellow", "Rapunzel Silver", "Traffic Black" & "Pearl Green"
          ▷ Printed by: Ian B
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa i3 Mk2S
          ▷ Design: Pod Walker by Fernando Jerez on MyMiniFactory


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Galaxy", "Gold Happens"
          ▷ Printed by: lil Nic Dimelow 
          ▷ Printed on: Creality CR-10
          ▷ Design: Wavy Bowls Collection by Fernando Jerez on Thingiverse


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          3D Printed Watches and Jewellery by 3LOBIT July 10 2018

          3LOBIT is a Czech company which aims to show its customers how to use 3D printing in their daily lives. They focus on creating original jewellery, design products, prototypes, and production of broken machinery parts. Using the state-of-the-art Ultimaker with FDM method, 3LOBIT also welcomes customised orders.

          Hey! We’ve been following you on Instagram, and we’re excited that you’ve decided to use our product to make a new collection of watches! What other products, except for watches, do you sell?
          Greetings to Fillamentum! We’re glad you’ve noticed our products with which we use the materials from your company Fillamentum. The decision to use your products came after a recommendation from the seller of Ultimaker printers ( They told us they’re hassle-free and have practically the same level of quality as the genuine materials for the printer. We got to making fashion accessories rather by chance when we made the first brooch with a motif of deer. It sold like hot cakes, so we’ve decided to extend the range of animal brooches to other animals. Over time, we’ve added earrings, necklaces, and recently, the watches. Apart from that, we of course focus on making models and promotional items.

          How did you come up with the idea to make watches?
          We wanted to extend our range with something appealing to new customers. Watches seemed like a perfect fit because we couldn’t find any other producer on the market. The boom of watches made of wood also inspired us, and we wanted to come up with something new. Initial designs were rather classical with the option to use 3D printing with elastic materials such as TPU. This way wasn’t ideal. Over time we switched to more pure design and an elegant combo with polypropylene band.

          Are you working on some new designs?
          In the next few months, we’d like to get down to development and production of home lighting products where we’d also like to use 3D printing. Either as support for production or for printing individual parts. One of our most exciting projects, where we used strings from Fillamentum, was the design lamp FLOLA.

          Have you met with any challenges selling products using 3D printing?
          Practically every job is a challenge because we’re trying to make the products look the best.

          Do you have any funny stories from designing for 3D printing?
          We don’t have many funny experiences with 3D printing as such, but we often take the printer with us and show it to people in our sales stand. Some visitors respond in a funny way when they see the printer in action.

          What do you mean by saying that visitors responded funnily to seeing 3D printing? What comments do they make?
          People aren’t familiar with how an FDM 3D printer works: some even asked us to give them some chilled beverages or to tap them an ice-cream. When we explained to them that what they actually see in front of them is a printer and not a fridge, they immediately changed their minds and wanted to print money.

          What do you appreciate most about Fillamentum?
          We like the wide range of colours suitable when combining two and more colours. Also, as we’ve said at the beginning, printing with the Fillamentum materials works perfectly with our Ultimaker printer. There are many producers with cheaper products, but we prefer going for better quality and trouble-free printing.

          What’s your favourite combination of colours?
          Our fave combination is probably PLA Vertigo Gray with White or PLA Silver with Magenta. They are stylish, and all materials with silver glitter perfectly mask FDM printing imperfections.

          What advice would you give to a person starting a business using 3D printing technology?
          It’s important to first consider for what they’ll use the printer. 3D printing with the FDM method isn’t omnipotent – it’s got some limits. Printing complex mechanical parts and with materials like Nylon, PC, or TPU is quite demanding, and you need to design them in the way that makes their production possible. Printing from the PLA material isn't complicated, but it also isn’t entirely suitable for printing heat-resistant stuff or parts.


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          Best 3D prints #15 July 03 2018

          It's time for another round of the best prints from the best makers!
          Let’s check out the most beautiful and interesting prints which you’ve sent us in photos.
          If you want more, just follow us on our social networks for a daily dose of inspiration.



          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Grey"
          ▷ Printed by: Entiresia
          ▷ Printed on: E3D
          ▷ Design: Entiresia, inspired by Harriet Whitney Frishmuth


          Material:  PLA Extrafill "Rapunzel Silver" & "Vertigo Grey"
          Printed by: Carsten Dalgaard
          Printed on: ANYCUBIC & JGAURORA 3D
          Design: Chess by PerryT on Thingivers


          Material: PLA Extrafill "Lilac"
          Printed by: Uncle Jesse
          Printed on: Peopoly Moai
          Design: Thanos by Byambaa on Thingiverse


          Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Grey"
          Printed by: Arturo Anoni
          Design: Robert Kovacs


           Material: PLA Extrafill "Rapunzel Silver""Orange Orange" & "Vertigo Grey"
          Printed by: Fernando Jerez
          Printed on: ANET E10
          Design: Tow Walker by Fernando Jerez on Thingiverse

          Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Grey""Gold Happens" &  Crystal Clear "Iceland Blue"
           Printed by: Fernando Jerez
           Printed on: Crealty CR-10
           Design: The Roadrunner by Fernando Jerez on Thingiverse


          Material: PLA Crystal Clear "Smaragd Green"
          ▷ Printed by: Jukka Sepännen
          ▷ Printed on: Creality CR-10 mini
          ▷ Design: Jukka Sepannen on MyMiniFactory


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Concrete Grey""Sky Blue"
          ▷ Printed by: Michal Fanta
          ▷ Printed on: Prusa i3 MK2S
          ▷ Design: SNAKE PUZZLE by Michal Fanta @xfanta on MyMiniFactory 


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Traffic White""Traffic Red""Traffic Black""Rapunzel Silver""Concrete Grey"
          ▷ Printed by: carcasaINK
          ▷ Design: Toyota 4 Cylinder Engine 22RE, Complete working model by Eric Harrell on Thingiverse 


          Blingifying the Prusa Mk3 - a.k.a. Pimp My Prusa Practical Printing Style


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Rapunzel Silver"
          ▷ Printed by: Tore Langelandsvik
          ▷ Printed on: Craftbot 2
          ▷ Design: DIY Life-Size Terminator Arm Lamp by Wa Fa on Thingiverse 


          ▷ Material: PLA Extrafill "Vertigo Galaxy"
          ▷ Printed by: Anastasia Thijssen
          ▷ Design: Anastasia Thijssen


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          Adventures of a bunny by Jukka Seppänen (Kijai) June 07 2018

          We aren't serious all the time. And we love to play.
          Check out adventures of bunny by Jukka Seppänen (Kijai) :D

          Btw if you don't know who Kijai is, nah, you know him! The talented designer who is making those wonderful landscapes models. You can find them also on MyMyniFactory.

          Printed on Creality CR-10, 0.2mm layer height.
          Design: Spring Bunny by Jukka Seppänen on MyMiniFactory


          PS: Bunny is printed in PLA Vertigo Grey. Of course : )


          Benchy is printed from Taulmann T-Glase Aqua, on Flashforge Creator Pro, 0.2mm layer height 

          Tree printed from Fillamentum Timberfill Cinnamon, on Flashforge Creator pro, 0.2mm layer height, 200c

          "Bit bigger bunny printed from Fillamentum CPE HG100 "Deep Sea Transparent", no infill, 0.2mm layer height, 260c, no part cooling, on Flashforge Creator Pro upgraded with Microswiss all-metal MK10 hotend. Very sturdy even without infll and just 2 perimeters" 

          The end :D


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          NEW CPE Neons - for outstanding, strong and durable prints May 30 2018

          We are pleased and excited to announce the release of the new shades of next generation material CPE - Neon Yellow, Orange and Pink Transparent.

          After great success with previous co-polyesters CPE filaments in various colors this time we came with even more innovative line.

          Original quality, strength and precise in printing is now available in new Neon UV light reactive colors.

          Bright pink, yellow and orange stand out with any print you make and push products to a completely new level.

          These filaments offer a truly mesmerizing experience for users and all fans of 3D printing technology. Contrast of colors, glow, shades, reflection of light and transparency of neon filaments could be more than pleasure to work with.

          There are no limits, no obstacles.


          CPE filaments are one of the highest quality products with exceptional hardness and strength., much stronger than classic PLA.

          It´s safe for food contact what open even more options not only in everyday use but for any age groups as well as it is BPA free, 100% recyclable and environmentally friendly.



          • high impact strength (no break) and higher hardness
          • high tensile strength and thermal resistance
          • safe for food contact application (declaration sent per request) and 100% recyclable material
          • BPA free and environmentally friendly
          • no warping, easy and clean printing
          • no odors or fumes while printing
          • stronger than PLA, durable as ABS
          • excellent layer to layer adhesion and adhesion to other materials with multi material printing
          • great transparency in thin layer
          • great chemical resistance
          • UV reactive

          (comparison made by publically accessible informations from other producers) 

          Available in 1.75 and 2.85 mm


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          The Fillamentum company succeeded in the START Prague Market May 25 2018

          Yesterday the Žižkov television tower became the place where the 14-day period of subscription period peaked. Investors had the opportunity to place their demand for the purchase of shares in our company, FILLAMENTUM a.s., specialising in the production of special polymer products used in automobile, engineering, and food industries, as well as in the area of hobby and design.

          Historically first Start Day lasted only six hours – it was enough for final presentations for all three companies applying for investors’ interest, finalising noting, price setting, and releasing final results. Our company, FILLAMENTUM a.s., has succeeded in closing the book of orders as the first! In short time, we reached the maximum of subscriptions of all planned 28 800 shares! The price of one stock was set to 825 CZK and the issues, managed by Roklen Corporate Finance, even ignited such interest among investors that the demand for our shares exceeded the offered amount by 1,021 times.

          “When we saw the Fillamentum company last Autumn, we were sure that it would work out,” says the boss of the Prague’s market Petr Koblic.

          “The success of Fillamentum proves confidence of Czech investors in the domestic technology company that is expanding to foreign markets this way. We are witnessing an iconic milestone for the Czech capital market and also for the company itself. The impact of the issuance is not only economic, but it also regards marketing,” summarised the Managing Director of Roklen Corporate Finance, Jakub Burda.

          We are planning to use the funds raised as a part of the public offering to invest in expanding domestic production capacities and building production and business facilities in the USA which makes up and essential part of the 3D printing global market. Our presentation to investors is available to watch at the page

          For more information, please contact:
          Josef Doleček
          CEO, FILLAMENTUM a.s.
          Tel.: 00420 602 730 187

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          Epic 3D Printed Costume Head with LEDs by Mariday May 18 2018

          We are always curious to see how people use our materials all around the world. Join us in the Mariday workshop - costume maker for furries. We spotted his new 3D printed head with LEDs, and we're impressed.

          Hello there! Here is the most epic project we have seen lately! Have you made it all yourself from its ideation, modelling, printing, to installing the LEDs?
          I've seen plenty of people making costumes and placing LEDs as an afterthought. I wanted to show the makers that you can use LEDs to make your costumes glow naturally and look almost bioluminescent.

          So I decided to trial this idea with a fluffy arm. It contained around 300 LEDs driven by the Raspberry Pi microprocessor.

          I got such a positive response at Confuzzled, the largest UK furry convention, that I decided to make a second arm and head.

          I've been 3D modelling and printing for five years now, so printing the head was a perfect solution. Especially now when you can get clear PLA which print exceptionally well.

          The clear PLA allowed me to fit the LEDs inside the head. It means that placing the fur on the outside diffuses the light and makes the fur perfectly smooth.

          The head currently holds about 400 individually addressable LEDs, and the final costume should hold about 1,000 with a maximum current draw of approximately 30 amps.

          Photo of Mariday made by Tig Tibbsy


          The head is probably a new thing with furry costume makers. What response have you received from the community?

          The 3D printed head bases are quite rare in the furry community for one main reason: To create a base like this, you need an artistic eye and need to be able to model and design for 3D printing.

          Lots of artists can sculpt digitally, but not many can convert this into something printable.

          I am currently trying to open up 3D printing to furries by starting a free online model repository. The repository will contain printable 3D models of claws, beaks, heads, horns, and more from modellers around the world. It will also provide a platform for selling prints and connecting artists with people who can model for 3D printing.

          Furries love anything new and innovative. With this project, I want to demonstrate just how well 3D printing can work in fandom.


          Btw is it really wearable with all those wires inside? Have you tried it?

          When it comes to the head I've built and the arms, it needs a little context. These costumes are often referred to as “Fursuits” or just “suits”. They can look adorable on the outside but are incredibly hot, sweaty, and uncomfortable on the inside. The best way I can describe what it’s like is to imagine wearing a sofa.

          Lining one of these with LEDs is like wearing a sofa and heated blanket at the same time. So to mitigate this, my suit has high air flow cooling fans, smart power management, and even built-in water cooling.

          So is it comfortable?
          Absolutely not.
          Can you survive in it without long-term injury?
          Just about.
          Is it enjoyable?

          OMG, you really consider how easy technic can change this whole. Amazing! How does the cooling system work? Does the whole body suit include some flexible pipes?

          In some suits, there are freezer packs; these work well around the torso. However, this doesn't work very well when you need to chill a small specific area like your arms or head.

          The cooling system is rather simple; it relies on a removable reservoir, diaphragm pump, and several meters of highly flexible silicone tubing.

          After filling the reservoir with ice and water, easily provided by most bars for free, the pump circulates the water around the suit, cooling every inch evenly.


          Will there also be fur on it just as on your arm?

          The head and arms will get covering from 3 - inch acrylic fur. The main difference is that the head will be trimmed down to show off the higher LED resolution.


          Btw. How did you make the LED lights? Is there some Raspberry Pi helping with it?

          When it comes to LEDs, lots of people power them with Arduino or similar microcontroller. However, I use the Raspberry Pi as they have much more processing power and networking capability. It allows me to make a much more IOT (Internet Of Things) costume.

          Because of the Pi’s networking capability, I can connect my costumes to the web which allows them to be controlled remotely from a web interface, automatically update software, download new effects, and control them with wireless controllers such as the Wii Remote.

          The Pi’s processing power also allows for more complexity in the system, for instance, 3D physics simulations, image processing on the fly, and it can even track eye movement.

          The structure of the code is designed to be very modular. For instance, when the system starts up, each module gets tested on its own to ensure that the software and hardware cooperate.

          This is enabled by the Raspberry Pi’s ability to use multiprocessing. This is where lots of code runs simultaneously and independently.

          It essentially means that if you’re performing and suddenly the gyroscope breaks, causing its associated module to hang, all the other modules will continue to operate regardless.

          So you are a professional furries costume maker or its just a hobby?

          By trade, I'm a Computer Scientist and software engineer. However, my passion lies in making, performing, and teaching.

          I've been in the furry fandom for around seven years now. I joined because I was amazed at the craftsmanship going into their costumes. Since then, I have been a part of so much more than just the costumes that everyone sees.

          I still firmly believe there's no such thing as a “grown-up”, so even if its a little silly, find a fandom, take your printer with you, and I guarantee you won't regret it.

          If you can, please, could you tell us what this furry thing is in general?

          The furry fandom is a group of people who are a fan of fictional “anthropomorphism” or animals showing human characteristics. Characters like those in the Disney film Zootopia, Wes Anderson’s The Isle Of Dogs; and even Mickey Mouse are perfect examples.

          Most Furries have a unique personal character or “Fursona”. Some furs use this as a goal, someone more outgoing or bold. Others use it as escapism, allowing them to express a side to them they can't live in their everyday life.

          In summary, it allows people to express themselves. It may be through songs, stories, games and costumes, also known as fursuits.

          The amazing thing is that you can completely reinvent yourself and be whoever you want. I've gone to a furry convention and just over breakfast, made friends with a binman, lawyer, material scientist and musician. Everyone gets equal treatment, and that's why the people I've met over the last seven years mean so much to me. 


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          Fillamentum, one of the leading 3D printer filament manufacturers, is entering the Czech Stock Exchange May 09 2018

          On the 28t​ h​ of April, The Czech National bank has approved Fillamentum’s, entrance into the Czech Stock Exchange.

          Value through innovation.... is the credo of this start-up company that received attention from NWT Holdings that acquired Fillamentum in 2011. FIllamentum, a recognized global brand, provides its materials to many Companies as well as the U.S. Army. The Company focuses on manufacturing polymer products such as technical tubes, hoses, and strings that are used in automotive, engineering, the food industry, as well as hobby and design. The fastest growing segment is the manufacture of 3D printing materials.

          Fillamentum is the world’s leading filament manufacturer with first quality materials and a vast color palette. According to the Chairman of the Board, Martina Vitkova: “The superior quality of the Filamentum product can be seen immediately. In contrast, other filament Brands commonly produced in China are curved, have varying thickness, and are cheaply packaged. Some look like a wound-up extension cord.”

          Fillamentum has experienced steady, progressive growth since startup.

          FIllamentum is planning on using funds obtained through the public stock offering on modern production lines in the Czech Republic, as well as expansion of production to the U.S. According to Fillamentum GM Josef Dolecek : ”We are in a very progressive business, especially 3D printing. Thanks to our experience with processing polymers, we were able to get into the business at the right time, pioneering and even establishing trends in the industry. Fillamentum is looking to continue their forecasted expansion, and this Public Offering is key to our growth strategy.”

          As a result of our extensive research and development, and collaboration with Czech and Slovakian Universities, we continue to maintain a technological edge over competitors. Our current forward-looking business model is key as we strive to continue leading the industry in 3D printing filaments.

          Fillamentum, with its exceptional innovation and quality, is among the World’s top 5 filament manufacturers.


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