We try to find the prettiest, most unique, most durable filaments around. This post talks about the materials that are currently in use.

I’ll try to keep this page up to date when I add or remove filaments.


UV Reactive and Glow-in-the-Dark Filaments

Neon Orange, Neon Hot Pink, Neon Green, and Neon Yellow in regular light
Neon Orange, Neon Hot Pink, Neon Green, and Neon Yellow in UV light
Neon Hot Pink and Glow-in-the-Dark in normal light
Glow-in-the-Dark in the dark

Translucent Filaments

Smoke Black
Cosmic Ray Blue, Galactic Blue, Aqua, and Starry Night
White (left) and Pearly Peach (right). Alone, they both appear white, but pearly peach has a warmer color, doesn’t show layer lines, and has a blue, glittery shimmer. White is very white.

Sparkly Filaments

Purple, Violet, Pink, and Starry Night
Mysterious Abyss (deep green base with blue and red sparkles and micro glitter)
Shamrock Sparkle (left), Starry Night (back), and Pearly Peach (front). Shamrock sparkle is translucent with a golden shimmer.
Starlight Vertigo (has glitter flecks) with Pearl Inlay (very silky),
Red Translucent (Etsy: Red) (has golden glitter flecks) with White Inlay
Pink (has golden glitter flecks) with Gold (nice metallic shine) Inlay,
Purple (has golden glitter flecks) with Silky Yellow (very silky) Inlay

Silky and Metallic Filaments

Gold, Silver, and Copper
Pearl (very silky) and Red (translucent with sparkles)
Silky Yellow

Color-Changing Filaments

Thermochromic (green -> orange -> yellow) at lower temperatures
Thermochromic (green -> orange -> yellow) at higher temperatures

Solid Filaments

Dark Cherry Red
Denim (Etsy: Denim Blue)


Walnut (contains 30% wood fiber)


Gray (Etsy: Gray), Translucent Blue (Etsy: Blue), Black (Etsy: Black), Translucent Orange (Etsy: Orange)
Dark Cherry Red

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