KODAK 3D Printing Filaments

Top-quality filaments for professional 3D printing

low-moisture

LOW MOISTURE FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE


Your polyamide must be strong and your polyurethane, flexible. A thoroughly controlled manufacturing process protects your material from pellet to packaging at a molecular level.

tight

TIGHT TOLERANCES


Our filaments have a precise diameter to within 0.02mm. With this quality, you can be sure the extrusion of the material will be very precise, giving you better print results in terms of accuracy and precision.

variety

VARIETY OF MATERIALS AND COLORS


With engineers and designers in mind, we are always developing new products to enhance your 3D printing capabilities.

Available in 1.75mm and 2.85mm diameters. Suitable for use in any FFF 3D printer.

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ABS

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene

For functional prototypes.

Benefits
  • High impact resistance, slightly flexible
  • UV, heat and abrasion resistance
  • Ideal for post-processing for a shiny, smooth surface (advanced users)
Acrylic

Acrylic

Poly(methyl methacrylate)

Suitable for optical polycarbonate applications.

Benefits
  • Very low coefficient of friction
  • Very hard and not very flexible, ideal for those pieces that require a lot of rigidity
  • Exceptional ability to print bridges
  • A semi-transparent material, ideal for pieces with movable parts
Flex 98

Flex 98

Thermoplastic Polyurethane

Semi-rigid with excellent impact and abrasion resistance.

Benefits
  • Semi-flexible
  • Make strong, shatter-resistant objects
  • High abrasive resistance
HIPS

HIPS

High Impact Polystyrene

High impact resistant and silky surface. Rigid limonene-soluble support material.

Benefits
  • High-resolution smooth surfaces
  • Great interlayer adhesion
  • Resistance to shattering
Nylon 6

Nylon 6

Polyamide 6/6.6 Copolymer

Maximum strength, production-ready functional prints.

Benefits
  • Very strong, shatterproof functional objects
  • High abrasive resistance, small friction coefficient (slippery)
Nylon 12

Nylon 12

Polyamide 12

High fatigue, snap fits, functionally strong parts with high resistance to
environmental stress.

Benefits
  • Extremely tough with superior tensile, elongation at break and impact
    strength, high fatigue endurance, and low friction coefficient
  • Very low warping and moisture absorption before and after printing
  • Superior chemical, UV and heat resistance (over 120°C)
Nylon 6/66/12

Nylon 6/66/12

Polyamide 6/6.6/12 Terpolymer

Maximum strength, production-ready functional prints.

Benefits
  • Good adhesion to the printing surface
  • With the possibility to use a layer fan for even finer details or printing long bridges
  • Low warping, allowing for better printing of fine details and overhangs
  • Strong as nylon, but with greater flexibility
PETG

PETG

Polyethylene Terephthalate-Glycol

Practical applications including food packaging, waterproof parts, snap fits, chemical-resistant parts.

Benefits
  • A filament with some of the best characteristics of PLA and ABS
  • Stronger than PLA
  • Easy to use
PLA+

PLA+

Polylactic Acid

Concept modeling.

Benefits
  • Easy to print
  • Very low shrinkage
  • Wide range of colors
PLA Tough

PLA Tough

Enhanced Polylactic Acid

Prototypes and functional parts not used at high temperatures.

Benefits
  • Ideal ABS substitute for many tasks
  • High strength
  • Very low shrinkage
PVA

PVA

Poly(vinyl alcohol)

For functional prototypes.

Benefits
  • High impact resistance, slightly flexible
  • UV, heat and abrasion resistance
  • Ideal for post-processing for a shiny, smooth surface (advanced users)