Those people who are in love with 3D printing know that this industry can be rather expensive. You have to buy a printer, filament, model STL files, paints before you can craft something outstanding. Since it costs much money to make figurines and miniatures, not many enthusiasts are willing to perform 3D printing experiments and test various filament types on multiple 3D printers.
This is the second part of a two-series article on the most popular 3D printing filaments in which we will analyze such building materials as nylon, PET, PVA/HIPS. Last week we started analyzing general and technical properties of most commonly used filaments for home-based 3D printers, such as ABS and PLA filaments.
In this article we will analyze the different types of 3D printing materials to help you make a correct decision when in search of the best 3D printing filament for your future printing project.