Your Gigabot or Terabot printing capabilities span a wide range of materials. Almost any 2.85mm thermoplastic filament with a print temperature of less than 320°C and a bed temperature of less than 130°C can be used with your Gigabot or Terabot. The re:3D engineering team has a list of filaments tested and validated on the Materials Tab of our website. Materials are split up by polymer family into:
We are continuously testing more filaments. If a filament fails our material testing and we are unable to get descent prints out of it, then we won't put it on our website. If you want to see what we have recently tested, check out our Material Monday social media posts. If you have a question about printing a specific filament, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.