Terrafilum Engineered Filaments started with one idea in mind: to develop and provide 3D printer users the highest-quality, eco-friendly 3D printing filament solutions on the market. We set out to exceed all our customers’ 3D printing needs. We have accomplished that goal, and we do it right here in America!
We’ve taken great care to create several types of recycled, and recyclable filaments to meet any level of demand required by our clients… big or small. Whether your project requires custom filaments for large-scale industrial projects or needs to meet strict engineering design requirements, we have you covered from start to finish. When you purchase premium quality sustainable 3D printing filament from Terrafilum, you will receive a product that has been carefully tested. During this testing, we ensure that the appropriate amount of recycled material has been used to create an environmentally filament that remains stable throughout the printing process.
Like you, we also love our planet. That’s why we have painstakingly considered the environmental impact our products could have on our environment. We determined that using recycled plastic for 3D printing is a fantastic solution. We are happy to provide our clients with a recycling program that ensures the maximum amount of material that might otherwise be discarded as waste, is returned to us where it is recycled and repurposed into more of our wonderful product.
We intend to stay on the leading edge of this exciting new industry with our eco-friendly 3D printing filament. We will continue to stay earth conscious while developing newer, cleaner, and more sustainable solutions for all of our clients’ 3D printing needs.
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