3D printer filament certification


UPDATE: APRIL 29, 2018

Fusion3 continues to ensure its customers the most robust variety of 3D printing filament to print on its industry-leading commercial 3D printers. The latest update adds 7 new materials from 4 different manufacturers and we’re excited to welcome Filkemp as the newest manufacturer to our list.

Atomic Filaments ‘Ultra Black’ Carbon Fiber ABS

Carbon Fiber infused materials are in high demand, and Atomic Filaments now produces a carbon fiber ABS. The company claims that this material offers “improved dimensional stability during printing (shrink), desirable low luster appearance plus a great feeling textured surface , excellent for technical prints & parts.”


PushPlastic Lexan Polycarbonate

Needs info


3DXTech Carbon Fiber High-Temp PLA

From the manufacturer: “CarbonX™ CFR HT-PLA is an improved CF reinforced 3D printing filament made using high-temp resistant PLA and high-modulus carbon fiber (not carbon powder or milled carbon fiber). This filament is ideal for anyone that desires a structrual component with high modulus, excellent surface quality, dimensional stability, light weight, and ease of printing.”


MakeShaper ASA

Those ‘in the know’ reccomend ASA as an alternative to ABS as it has unique characteristics (UV tolerance & chemical resistance) and much easier to print.  Makeshaper describes their ASA filament as “…an ideal choice for outdoor and automotive applications. It features superior UV-stability, high weather resistance, chemical resistance and exceptional print quality.”

Other New Certified Materials Include:

To learn more about the Fusion3 F410 and the wide range of materials it can print