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Over 30 Materials out of the Box

We don't make filaments, we leave that to the professionals. Instead, we make sure our printer works with as many filaments as possible and then leaving the choice up to you. So we are constantly testing new brands and materials to make sure you have the maximum number of best options for your needs. All gMax Printers use 1.75mm filament.  

From TPU to PLA we test new brands and materials every week. Your gMax printer works with an extensive range of materials thanks to the 300C E3D hotend.

Prototyping Plastic

These cost-effective and easy to print materials are perfect for the early stages of development. They are ideal if you are doing many iterations of a project to hone your designs aesthetics and functionality. Not only are these materials great for creating functional working prototypes, they are also excellent for general use projects and designs. 

Flexible and Soft (Even TPU 85A)

Flexible filaments come in a variety of formulations and therefore provide a wide range of flexibility and possibilities. Slicing settings and slowing down your print speeds contribute to the success of working with these materials. They can be incredibly useful for certain applications that require parts to be durable and rubber-like. 

Special Compounds and Finishes

Some projects require a specific aesthetic quality; these materials will help you get the "look" you are seeking. From a shimmering surface to a polished metallic or wood finish, these materials will not only give you great functional parts but beautiful ones as well.

Engineering Grade

Engineering grade materials are the most durable and most mechanically sound materials. They produce robust working prototypes and end-use parts that are reliable for complex workloads and will last through heavy wear and tear. From PETG and CF Nylon, to Glass Filled and PolyMax. gMax is ready for the job.

Metal Composites, and Other Special Materials

The gMax 2 printer can handle a wide range of metal filled, matte fiber and other special composites. These filaments often unique surface finishes and can even be oxidized for amazing results.

In-House Tested Materials (gMax 1.5 , gMax 1.5+ , and gMax 2)
 

PLA

Materio PLA

ColorFabb PLA/PHA

Makeshaper PLA

Toner Plastics PLA

Boots Industries PLA

Marble PLA 3D Solutech

Amazon Basics PLA

MatterHackers PLA

MatterHackers Build Series PLA

MatterHackers Pro Series PLA

Atomic FIlament PLA

Amazon Basics PLA

3D Solutech PLA

Hatchbox PLA

Inland PLA

ABS:

Makeshaper

3D Print Life

PVA:

Gizmo Dorks

Makeshaper

Colorfabb

Polyalchemy:

Elixir (All colors)

Carbon Fiber:

CF Nylon

CF PLA

CF HTPLA

CF PETG

CF Polycarbonate

CF PA - ColorFabb (In Testing)

Woodfill:

Light Oak PLA

Dark Oak PLA

Bamboo

Faux Woodfill (Hatchbox)

Metalfill:

Bronzefill PLA

Brassfill PLA

Copperfill PLA

Magnetic Iron PLA

Steel PLA

Stainless Steel PLA

Aluminum PLA

Taulman:

Bridge

PETT

T-Glase

T-Lyne (In Testing)

Tech-G PETG

Nylon 230

Nylon 645 (In Testing)

Nylon 680 (In Testing)

3D Alloy 910 (In Testing)

Polymaker:

PolyMAX

PolyFlex

PolyMide (In Testing)

PolyDissolve (In Testing)

PolyLite

Proto Pasta:

Matte Fiber

Glitter Flake

HTPLA

PETG

PETT

Fillamentium:

ASA

ExtraFill

FlexFill

CrystalClear (In Testing)

TimberFill

Vertigo

Other:

TPU 85A

TPU

Ninjaflex Cheetah

Ninjaflex

ColorFabb nGen

ColorFabb XT

NT Armadillo (In Testing)

MachinableWax (In Testing)

MOLDLAY Wax-Like (In Testing)

3DFuel's Glass Filled PLA (In Testing)

HIPS

Breakaway

GF30-PP Glass fiber Reinforced (In Testing)

3DX Tech:

CarbonX

ESD-Safe (In Testing)

PC Blend (In Testing)

PC/ASA