October news from Fiberlogy

this month brought new 3D printing filaments from Fiberlogy. The Polish manufacturer has expanded its product range with two new options. CPE ANTIBAC – The first one is the antibacterial filament. The second is the new colors of the Impact PLA filament.


CPE ANTIBAC is a 3D printer filament that combines high mechanical and temperature resistance with antibacterial properties. This material allows 3D printers to be used in a wider range of medical applications.

What is CPE ANTIBAC? It is a copolyester that is part of the polymer family that also includes PCTG and PET-G filaments. However, what distinguishes the CPE filament is its extraordinary resistance to high temperatures, up to 110°C. This material is more durable than related 3D printing filaments. It is odorless and free from BPA, BPS and styrenes. Moreover, CPE ANTIBAC is characterized by resistance to chemicals and lipids. This makes it suitable for many applications, and in the colorless version, also for the production of elements that come into contact with food.

Antibacterial 3d printing filament


What makes CPE ANTIBAC unique are its antibacterial properties. The presence of nanosilver in the protected polymer contributes to the elimination of unpleasant odors caused by multiplying bacteria, as well as to the extension of the service life. Nanosilver is neutral to the environment, does not change the physical properties of polymers and does not cause degradation of the protected material.

The laboratory tests carried out confirmed that CPE ANTIBAC effectively reduces the number of bacteria, including Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus, by 100% and 92.4%, respectively. This means that the product provides long-term microbiological protection and increases safety of use. The new antibacterial filament will be useful in, among others: in 3D prints present in public spaces, places exposed to the development of microorganisms and in the production of laboratory equipment.

3D prints made from the CPE ANTIBAC filament can be safely subjected to various types of disinfection: thermal, chemical, UV.

How to print with CPE ANTIBAC filament?

  • Printing temperature: 260-280°C
  • Bed temperature: 110-120°C
  • Chamber: not required
  • Fan: 0-25%

More information about Fiberlogy CPE ANTIBAC.

Fiberlogy Impact PLA - military colorsImpact PLA military colors

If you are bored with black PLA filament, Fiberlogy has something for you. The Impact PLA color range has been expanded by 3 new filaments dedicated to military enthusiasts: Army Green, Olive Green and Khaki. Although the inspiration for creating these colors was military, the possibilities of their application are much wider! The new colors will find their fans both among hobbyists who 3D print figures and RC models, and among people implementing practical projects. For the latter, new colors may provide an interesting variety.

Impact PLA filament has increased mechanical properties compared to its traditional counterpart, Easy PLA. This type of filament is commonly referred to as “PLA Plus” filament. It means that prints made with new colors will not only be unique, but also fully functional. This allows you to create more complex and durable designs that will last for years.

The new colors of Impact PLA filaments from Fiberlogy are a perfect proposition for all 3D printing enthusiasts, regardless of whether they are fans of military themes or are simply looking for inspiration for their projects.

Fiberlogy Impact PLA new colors

More information about Fiberlogy Impact PLA.