Translucent Pink PETG by GreenGate3D is a translucent pink material with embedded sparkles. It printed stringy for us, but we think maybe we could tune the stringiness with a lower temperature or more extruder tuning.
Proto-Pasta Iron-filled Metal Composite PLA is a PLA filament that contains a lot of iron particles in it. You can rust it. Magnets will be attracted to it. It has a higher density and produces more weighty texture than regular PLA. It’s pricey though.
A glow in the dark filament with large particles that create a glittery glow appearance. This filament is abrasive and does require a nozzle that is at least 0.5mm in size.
A very strong material that is still printable with traditional FDM technology. This filament certainly benefits from an enclosure to reduce cracking, but with some care toward fan settings, can be printed without enclosure.
A shiny silky premium filament with lots of interesting color choices. The manufacturer recommends printing it a little slower to achieve maximum shine.
Priline Rosewood PLA has real rosewood particles to produce a wood-like appearance and finish. It is an easy to print filament, though it is recommended to have a nozzle larger than 0.4mm.
Hatchbox Wood PLA is a light colored PLA with real wood particles. It has a dull finish, and with the proper post-processing can be made to look like real wood.
An architectural filament with real clay particles. Great for making items with a clay-like appearance. Somewhat of a challenge to print, especially if you do not have an enclosure.
An interesting matte red filament with embedded gold sparkles. Atomic describes it as “deep” and “rich” and that seems like an accurate description.
FiloAlfa Terracott is a PLA filament with a clay-like appearance. Unlike other filaments that have real clay and may be difficult to print, this one was quite easy.