Leapfrog ABS filament has the right properties making strong, high impact and durable prints. Printing ABS tends to be more difficult to print than PLA without a heated chamber, due to its higher melting temperature. ABS is widely used in products and toys, like car bumpers, household appliances, and Lego! It can be finished with an acetone vapor, which will make your parts look polished and smooth. It is available in a wide range of colors.
Leapfrog Engineering PLA
Leapfrog Engineering PLA filament is a perfected and highly resistant version of the normal PLA filament. Its unique properties offer durability and strength while the settings needed to print it are the same as PLA. High-quality prints can now also be highly resistant!
Leapfrog PET-G is a strong, weatherproof and recyclable material. Its adhesive property makes for durable parts, and a high level of transparency can be achieved using the translucent colors. PET, widely known for its use in plastic bottles, comes in multiple forms, where PET-G is one of them. The chemical structure differs from PET, but the properties are nearly identical. PET-G is easy to print and available in a wide range of opaque and transparent colors.
Leapfrog PLA filament is an enhanced version of our original PLA filament. It has an improved formula which reduces the chance of splitting between separate layers and gives more intense colors, without losing its biodegradable and user-friendly characteristics. Your prints will be of high quality and will look amazing as well! It is available in a wide range of colors.
Leapfrog Flex filament creates parts which stay flexible when finished! This material has a high elasticity and the flexibility of your part can be controlled with more or less infill. Dual printing this material with PLA (or other materials with similar melting temperatures) creates for a part that can be part flexible and part rigid. The bond between Leapfrog Flex and Leapfrog PLA is superb. Creating rubber wheels, mechanical grips or pinchers are all very real with this material.
Leapfrog Nylon (PA12) is a strong, rigid material that can withstand much more pressure than ABS. The printing properties are better than ABS, although the bonding to the print bed is weaker. Nylon is most famous in its textile form but nylon is also widely used for light, heavy duty parts like cog wheels or car parts.
Leapfrog HIPS is a soluble support which can be dissolved with D'Limonene. This material is excellent for printing with ABS since it has similar melting properties. With this filament, ABS objects with a lot of overhang and complexiticity can be printed without having to break away the support.
Leapfrog Hybrid is very suitable for printing and will allow you to print faster with the same results compared to PLA. Its properties are between PLA and ABS, making it more durable than PLA, but without the downside of possible warping. It is non-toxic and meets FDA regulations for food contact, and has excellent chemical resistance. The end-product has a high clarity with a high-gloss.
Scaffold Soluble Support Filament by spoolWorks
Scaffold Soluble Support Filament is great for printing complex parts. Support overhang structures with this filament and dissolve in plain water afterward. This material is thermally stable so extrusion flows easily. It also is less sensitive to moisture in the air compared to regular PVA, this means that Scaffold can be stored for a longer period of time with less precautions.
Polypropylene Filament by Verbatim
Polypropylene Filament by Verbatim is a polypropylene filament and that is designed to offer high levels of heat and chemical resistance yet remain pliable post-processing. Polypropylene is commonly used for food packaging, medical applications, and IT equipment.