Here are the answers to our most frequently asked questions. Please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have further inquiries.

Why do you only produce ABS filament/pellets (and not other types of 3D printing materials)?

We decided to start with a single material in order to test market demand for a recycled 3D printing filament. We will continue considering other recycled materials based on perceived demand, material availability, and feasibility.

How is Dimension Polymers different from other 3D filament manufacturers?

Dimension Polymers is the first (and only) company to mass produce engineering 3D filament made from recycled waste.

With what printers is your filament compatible?

Our filament is compatible with all FDM printers.

Where can I purchase Dimension Polymers filament?

Our filament is available directly through our website. Future wholesale and bulk order inquiries should be directed to or (872) 212-6004.

How do you package your filaments?

Our filaments will be vacuum-sealed in plastic with desiccant. Packaged filaments will be shipped in a cardboard box.

How can I be a reseller of Dimension Polymers filament?

We are anxious to hear from you to discuss reselling arrangements. Please direct your inquires to or (872) 212-6004.

I am a registered company and do not want to order through your website. How should I order?

For sales not transacted via our website, please contact us at or (872) 212-6004.

Do you ship outside the United States?

We offer world wide shipping on all of our products.

Where can I get more information?

Please send us an e-mail at . We would love to hear from you.

Wouldn’t printing with PLA (or other bioplastics) address the environmental pollution problem associated with the consumption of 3D printing plastic?

The concept of bioplastics being eco-friendly is a controversial topic with many arguments on both sides. Many experts feel that bioplastics’ eco-friendly image is a misconception perpetuated by industry “greenwashing” of bioplastics. PLA is often thought to be no better for the environment than petroleum-based plastics due to the amount of resources used to grow and process the corn, and its inability to biodegrade in a landfill. Additionally, making use of a recycled material reduces waste and the need for new production.

Below are a few links for reference.