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    Just recently bought some filaments from cheap3dfilaments.com

    Was actually sent this website from a friend. I am usually buying in bulk for my school, so it was nice to get free shipping from them. Only used PLA, but just noticed they expanded to PETG and flex... prices are reasonable.

  2. #12
    Another vote for esun. Good quality and the price is reasonable.

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    My company just finished production on a new line of PLA. We've been selling our flagship product, PLAyPHAb for a couple of years now. It's used at dozens of Universities across the country including Yale's Ultimaker Makerspace, and now Duke's Makerspace. The new PRO PLA product is manufactured to the same standards as PLAyPHAb but without the PHA additive. If you're intersted in trying either out, let me know.

    https://www.3dprintlife.com/http/www...aments/pro-pla

  4. #14
    But primarily I use amazon or Tianse 3D.

  5. #15
    There are many stores that offer 3d printing filaments online. You can compare their prices and buy from the best supplier. I buy all the 3d printing filaments and accessories from Mechsolutions. Their products are very high quality and the cost is very reasonable.

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