MATERIAL GUIDE

PLA (Polylactic Acid)

One of the most popular filament of choice in desktop 3D printing. PLA is one of the most environmentally friendly filaments which derived from crops such as corn and sugarcane.
Food safe; usable for dough cutters
High Strength | Low Flexibility | Medium Durability
Not suitable for outdoor use

ABS (Acrylonitrile butadience styrene)

One of the first plastics used in 3D Printing, ABS is a moderately stronger material to PLA. It is normally used in injection moulding, and can withstand higher temperatures compared to PLA.
Not food safe
High Strength |Medium Flexibility | High Durability
Not suitable for outdoor use

TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane)

TPU is a flexible, abarasion resistant thermoplastic. Perfect for parts that bends or compress, enabling it to be very elastic.
Not food safe
Medium Strength |High Flexibility | High Durability
Suitable for outdoor use

PETG (Glycol-modified Polyethlene Terephthalate)

One of the most commonly used plastics, PETG’s chemical resistance makes it a choice material for liquid containers and bottles. It has good impact resistance and has a flexible and durable factor.
Food safe: Based on Manufacturer gudelines
High Strength |Medium Flexibility | High Durability
Suitable for outdoor use