FlashForge Cloud
3D filament
PLA 3D filament: ideal for concept modeling and rapid prototyping. As the most basic consumable for FDM 3D printers, PLA 3D print filament could be used on almost all FDM 3D printers in market.
PETG 3D filament: Good alternative for PLA 3D printing filament. PETG and PLA printouts enjoy similar features, while during printing PETG 3D printing filament requests higher printing temperature (220℃-260℃) and higher bed temperature (70℃ - 90℃). So, you can try PETG 3D print filament once your printer’s nozzle and platform meet these requirements.
ABS 3D filament: optimal option for printing functional parts requiring press endurance and toughness. Besides requirements for extruder and build temperature, ABS 3D printer filament printing needs a consistent warm chamber for a better print result. So, make sure that you have an enclosed 3D printer before using ABS 3D printing filament.
ASA 3D filament: similar to ABS 3D printer filament in strength properties, but is more excellent in thermal resistance. People who want to print parts for practical use in different whether conditions consider ASA most. ASA 3D printing filament requirements are almost the same as ABS.

3D Printing Filament

Flashforge offers eco-friendly 3d filament, functional 3d filament, advanced 3d filament and standard filaments. Multi-color options & Strong compatibility. Suitable for most of mainstream FDM 3D printers in market.

Filament Parameters

Flashforge 3d printer filaments parameter comparison table. Refer to this table for Standard filament, Composite filament, Engineering filament, Flexible filament and Supporting filaments printing requirements: nozzle, bed, Tensile Strength, etc.


Which filament should you use, PLA or ABS? Make clear differences in print temperature and printout application. ABS vs PLA, a chart clearly gives PLA vs ABS filament comparisons.


PETG vs PLA, which one to buy? See a clear comparison chart helps you better learn features of PETG vs PLA. PETG is better in strength and durability, while for printing prototypes or garage kit PLA vs PETG both are available.