Polymaker PolyWood - Sample 50g

The sample wood filament without wood

This item is no longer being offered by the manufacturer
  • Pure plastic
  • Easy to print
  • Good resistance

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Polymaker PolyWood

Polymaker PolyWood

2 Model types
3DJAKE LumberJake PLA Light Brown
3DJAKE LumberJake PLA Natural

Product information & technical details

Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: Filament Samples
Filament colour: Wood
Net weight: 50 g
Recommended printing speed: 30 - 60 mm/s
Recommended processing temperature: 200 - 235 °C
Recommended heating temperature: Not required


Polywood ™ is a printing material that imitates the structure of wood. The material itself does not contain any wood for smooth printing results guaranteed.

All previous wood filaments are based on sandwich polymer sandwich composites, that is a mixture of polymer and chopped wood powder. Polymaker has a completely different approach. Instead of imitating wood with wood, Polymaker has invented a unique foaming technology that mimics the structure of the wood. Polywood ™ is completely made of plastic. This will give you the best results without the risk of nozzle clogging.

Polywood ™ is currently the only 3D printable foam on the market. Polywood has an average density of 0.8 g / cm3, which is about 35-40% less than PLA. Due to the low density, the component is lighter in weight.

Because Polywood contains no wood, it is possible to add colors to the material. The printed parts have an amazing finish and visual layering is minimized. More colors and materials are already in development.

More information

Glass transition temperature: ~ 60 ° C
Density: ~ 0,8 g/cm3

Polymaker recommends using only products with a durable BuildTak printing film in order to achieve the best results.

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The most popular technology used for 3D printing is FDM (Fused Deposition Modelling). A heated nozzle (hot-end) melts the plastic wire, layering the melted parts.