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01 ABS

Acrylonitrile-Butadiene Styrene

02 PLA

PolyLactic Acid




Bamboo, Birch, Cedar, Cherry


Thermoplastic elastomers (TPE)


We are one of member of rapid prototyping association and leader enterprise with the most innovative products in 3D printing industry.

About Filaments

Filabex provide top quality 3D printer filament, such as PLA filament, ABS filament, HIPS filament, Nylon filament, Flexible filament, PETG filament, Wood filament etc.


(Acrylonitrile-Butadiene Styrene) is an oil-based plastic. It is a tough material that can be used to create robust plastic objects for everyday use, for example in cars, electrical equipment or even in the popular Lego bricks.


(PolyLactic Acid). It is made from renewable raw materials such as cornstarch or sugarcane. It is considered to be more ecologically friendly than ABS – after all, it’s made from plants.


(Polyamide) also known as Nylon, is a popular synthetic polymer used in many industrial applications. Cost-effective plastic that’s strong, light, flexible, and wear resistant. Stronger and more durable than PLA or ABS.


(Thermoplastic elastomers (TPE), Polyurethane (TPU)), these flexible 3D printer filaments can fabricate objects that are super stretchable. They survive punishment no ABS or PLA could tolerate.

What we do

Filabex passed international quality management system ISO9001, International environment system ISO14001 and GMP Certificate. Due to our outstanding products and services, we have established long and closed business relations with customers from European, North America, Japan and Asia countries. Join us! Let ’s strive for a brighter tomorrow together.


Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) is the second most popular 3D printer filament. This thermoplastic is cheap, durable, slightly flexible, lightweight, and it can be easily extruded — which makes it perfect for 3D printing. It’s also the same plastic used in LEGO bricks and bicycle helmets. But there are several disadvantages to using ABS filament, which is why it has fallen a bit from favor in 3D printing. Firstly, it requires a higher temperature to reach melting point, usually in the range of 210°C – 250°C.


Polylactic acid (PLA) has overtaken ABS to become the favorite 3D printer filament among 3D printing enthusiasts. This is a biodegradable thermoplastic. It is derived from renewable resources such as corn starch or sugar cane. As a result, PLA based 3D printer filaments are much more environmentally friendly than other plastic materials. It is even called “the green plastic”. The other great feature of PLA filament is that it doesn’t give off an evil smell when printing with it. So it’s comparatively safer regarding emissions in the home and classroom. And the plastic doesn’t contract so dramatically when cooling down, so you don’t necessarily need a heated bed on your 3D printer (though it helps). The structure of PLA is more rigid than ABS, which means printed objects are slightly brittle. The material melts in the range of 180°C – 230°C.


Polyamide, also known as Nylon, is a popular synthetic polymer used in many industrial applications. With nylon 3D printer filament, you have a cost-effective plastic that’s strong, light, flexible, and wear resistant. It’s also less brittle than PLA or ABS. Also, it’s stronger and more durable than the two. Nylon 3D printer filament can be used in a variety of applications. They include machine parts, containers, tools, consumer products, and toys. Oh, and another thing: you can use fabric dye to color it. 3D printing nylon is relatively easy if you keep your spools dry. Otherwise you can run into problems. Since Nylon filament quickly absorbs humidity from its environment (in less than one day), it should be protected from humidity while in storage. General print temperature range is 220°C – 260°C.


In commercial applications, TPE is commonly used in the production of automotive parts, household appliances, medical supplies, weather sealing for windows and doors, shoe soles, electrical insulation, smartphone covers, and wristbands. With thermoplastic elastomers (TPE), especially Polyurethane (TPU), these flexible 3D printer filaments can fabricate objects that are super stretchable. They survive punishment no ABS or PLA could tolerate. It can be difficult to work with, however – the material has a frustrating tendency to squeeze out of your extruder in all directions except the nozzle. There is another flexible 3D printer filament called TPC, which is — unlike TPE/TPU — suitable for outdoor use. General print temperature is 225°C – 235°C.


The appeal of wood 3D printer filaments is their ability to create objects with the tactile feel of wood. There are many wood PLA blends on the market: Bamboo, Birch, Cedar, Cherry, Coconut, Cork, Ebony, Olive, Pine, Willow. Each of these 3D printer filaments is a specific mixture of PLA with wood fibers. But be warned, there’s a sacrifice in terms of reduced flexibility and tensile strength. But it just looks great, especially if you process it after printing. General print temperature range is 195°C – 220°C.


Essentially, this is a category of PLA combined with fine metallic powder. Objects 3D printed using metal 3D printer filament will look and feel as if they were made of bronze, brass, copper, aluminum and stainless steel. They pieces can be polished, weathered and tarnished just like those metals. These metal 3D printer filaments also have substantially more heft – they’re several times the density of standard PLA, so it feels less like plastic and more like metal. Still, they differ from pure metal 3D prints.General print temperature range is 195°C – 220°C.


Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) 3D printers are everywhere – from the home to the office; from the classroom to the workshop. PLA and ABS thermoplastic are the standard materials used for these machines. But did you know that you could fabricate things with exotic 3D printer filament, too? You can print in wood, metal, nylon, carbon fiber, and much more besides.

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All our products has been tested.


We carry a lot of attracting colours in 1.75mm.

iso 9001

Our product are iso9001.


We carry a lot of attracting colours in 3mm.

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We claim a 100% satisfaction from our happy customers!


Get outstanding 3D printing results when you use 1.75mm PLA, ABS, NYLON 3D Printer Filament from Filabex!

We are located in Montreal, Qc, Canada and we distribute 3D printer filament of unparalleled quality. Our filament helps people to get the best performance possible out of their 3D printers, superb dimensional tolerances, and professional, vacuum sealed and dried packaging of our product. We’re committed to expanding our product line both in material chemistries and colors, as well as to supporting our customers with the best service possible.

Using the top of the line brands, manufacturing costs and production time can be cut down significantly. 3D products were once only utilized in an industrial setting because the machines were so vast but over time and with all of the technological advances, 3D materials and printers are now available on a much smaller scale; for home and office use.

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Our company does offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee and if for some reason you receive a product that is not up to your standards, we will gladly work with you until we get it right. Without our customers, we would not be able to stay in the industry that we love – so we offer everyone the same level of care that we would expect ourselves.


We sell only the best quality, European made products. Our products offer best performance possible through superior polymer chemistry, superb dimensional tolerance, and professional, vacuum sealed and thoroughly dried packaging.


We look forward to working with you on your next project! Contact us if you have an idea that you’d like us to work on. Some of our best projects were inspired by our most valuable resource – our great customers!

Our Pricing Tables

Our prices are in Canadian dollar (for 1 spool/1Kg net)

$29per Spool


$29per Spool


$48per Spool


$35per Spool


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