Designed to Mimic Wood Without Nozzle Clogs
Polymaker's PolyWood 3D printing filament is a wood-like filament that is unlike most other wood filaments. PolyWood doesn't actually use any wood in the material. The wood material in other wood filaments can lead to nozzle clogs and unreliable printing. PolyWood has neither of these problems.
PolyWood uses Polymaker's special foaming technology, giving PolyWood both a similar density and appearance to real wood. PolyWood can also be stained and polished just like normal wood to give your 3D printed items the incredible bespoke look only handcrafted wood provides.
Don't waste your time fiddling with settings, and get printing right away. Check out our pre-tested print settings below to get started printing with your brand new filament even faster. Some settings may change slightly depending on your 3D printer.
- Hotend Temperature: 190°C - 210°C
- Bed Temperature: 30°C - 50°C
- Print Speed: 25mm/s - 60mm/s
- Fan: On
For Direct Drive Extruders
- Retraction Distance: 3mm
- Retraction Speed: 40mm/s
For Bowden Tube Extruders
- Retraction Distance: 6mm
- Retraction Speed: 60mm/s
(Only if the material has absorbed water)
- 55°C for 6hr
Features of Polymaker PolyWood
Polymaker's Active Foaming Technology
Most wood 3D printing filaments use wood powder as a filler to make it appear like wood. Wood filler is incredibly abrasive and leads to worn out nozzles, inconsistent prints, and nozzle clogs. Polymaker PolyWood filament, on the other hand, uses a special active foaming technology to impart a wood like appearance into all of your 3D prints. This means that it is only made out of PLA, making it just as easy and reliable to print with as normal Polymaker PLA.