3D PRINTER FILAMENT BY BIGREP

Filaments for Industrial 3D Printing   INDUSTRIAL USE
Filaments for Large-Format 3D Printing   LARGE-FORMAT OPTIMIZED
Wide Range of 3D Printing Materials   WIDE RANGE

BigRep's portfolio of industrial 3D printing filaments are created under carefully controlled conditions to guarantee uniform diameter and consistent composition. They are sealed in controlled, low-humidity conditions for safe storage and transportation - ensuring reliable, even extrusion regardless of whether they're used today or after a reasonable shelf life.

With a wide variety of filament types from affordable, general use materials to high-quality, engineering-grade materials for demanding industrial applications, BigRep has what you need - specialized for large-format 3D printing to bring your designs to life in full scale.

3D PRINTER FILAMENT BY BIGREP

Filaments for Industrial 3D Printing   INDUSTRIAL USE
Filaments for Large-Format 3D Printing   LARGE-FORMAT OPTIMIZED
Wide Range of 3D Printing Materials   WIDE RANGE

BigRep's portfolio of industrial 3D printing filaments are created under carefully controlled conditions to guarantee uniform diameter and consistent composition. They are sealed in controlled, low-humidity conditions for safe storage and transportation - ensuring reliable, even extrusion regardless of whether they're used today or after a reasonable shelf life.

With a wide variety of filament types from affordable, general use materials to high-quality, engineering-grade materials for demanding industrial applications, BigRep has what you need - specialized for large-format 3D printing to bring your designs to life in full scale.

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Large selection of 3D printer filament types

The variety of 3D printing filaments on the market has exploded. This gives ample options to manufacturers and makers alike to quickly produce parts with complex geometries and material properties, once limited to traditional manufacturing techniques. But with so many options comes a difficult question: Which 3D printing material is right for you and your part?

Finding the perfect filament for your part might be as simple as finding the right balance between quality and price. A good PLA is usually the go-to as an affordable material for hobbyists and product designers. But what if your part needs something a little more? Are you creating a functional prototype or end-use part that will be exposed to hazardous environmental conditions? Chemical, water, heat, or UV resistance might be an important part of picking your material. Or, does your part just not look quite the way you want? Upgrading to a higher-quality surface finish might be the simple answer you need.

How to pick the perfect filament

When you are choosing a filament, consider the mechanical properties you would like your final part to have. Some common properties are:

High Strength

Will your part be under physical stress? How much? Should your material have some flexibility or be entirely stiff? Can design account for this pressure? A more rigid or flexible filament can drastically change your part. Balancing this is vital for most functional applications.

PET-CF Filament PA6/66 Filament ABS Filament ASA Filament

Heat & UV Resistance

Will your part be exposed to UV rays or high temperatures? Does it need to be water or chemical resistant? If you’re making a part that will be in a car, near a heat source, be exposed to water or other substances, you’ll need to consider the material’s resistance to environmental and other exposure.

HI-TEMP Filament PA6/66 Filament ASA Filament

Extrusion Quality & Speed

Do you need to produce parts fast? How much margin for error do you have on each print? Every filament has a recommended extrusion speed and a likelihood to warp (usually measured in “layer adhesion”). Balancing these traits is crucial in choosing the right filament for you.

PLX Filament PETG Filament PRO-HT Filament

Surface Quality

What should your finished part look like? Should it have a glossy shine or a flat matte surface? Will the finish affect its use in any way? If you’re creating a functional part, aesthetics might be a small concern but keep in mind that grip and paint adhesion can be affected by a part’s natural surface finish.

PLA Filament PRO HT Filament PET-CF Filament

Pick Filaments Depending on Use Cases

Filaments for Rapid Prototyping

In rapid prototyping applications, there are two main considerations: cost and lead time. Maintaining a low cost and lead time will help ensure your team can produce more iterations in less time than outsourcing or traditional production methods, helping you design the best quality product possible.

When choosing 3D printing filaments for rapid prototyping, you need to consider the price of that material and its recommended throughput – which denotes how fast materials should travel through an extruder for its best quality. Though cost is important, it’s also a balancing act. Make sure you purchase quality material with a uniform diameter and consistent composition to avoid costly and time-consuming disruptions from warping or otherwise failed prints.

PLA Filament PLX Filament PRO HT Filament

Filaments for Rapid Prototyping
Filaments for Production

Filaments for End-use Parts

When 3D printing end-use parts, it’s important to consider where and how the part will be used. Will it be under significant pressure? Exposed to hazardous environmental conditions? Exposed to water or some sort of chemical? All these factors will help determine the material you need to manufacture a functional, effective product.

Choosing a material that’s right for the conditions your product will be in is essential. Luckily 3D printing filaments come in many of the materials familiar to injection moulding and other traditional processes, so you can achieve familiar mechanical properties and can later scale production with the same material.

ABS Filament ASA Filament PRO-HT Filament PA6/66 Filament

Filaments for Support Structures

Post-processing at any scale can be a huge time sink, even if you’re just removing support structures. In worst-case scenarios a complex geometry can even make internal supports difficult to reach, if not impossible. Fortunately, with a dual-extrusion 3D printer you can use specialized support materials to make finishing your parts easy.

Water-soluble supports are an incredibly useful material to reduce time spent post-processing your 3D printed parts. Simply set your printer to create support structures with its second extruder and dissolvable support material, then submerge your finished part to the material’s recommended specification for a perfect final product.

PVA Filament BVOH Filament

Water soluble Support Structures

Filaments for every 3D Printer

BigRep filaments, while optimized for BigRep’s industrial additive manufacturing systems, are compatible with any third-party 3D printer with the appropriate diameter nozzle. BigRep’s 3D printers are also compatible with appropriate diameter third-party filaments, because we believe that experimentation and versatility are key to creating the perfect products.

BigRep’s Industrial Filaments are…

  • Available in MASSIVE spools up to 8 kg for uninterrupted prints in full scale
  • Optimized for industrial users, with uniform diameters and consistent composition.
  • Thoroughly tested for high-quality performance with BigRep 3D printers.
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