Wood 3D printing material

Wood +
3D printing

All natural tech

Take 3D printing back to its roots with our new Wood composite filament. When married with high tech 3D printing, Wood becomes a material capable of new levels of complexity, detail, and digital craftsmanship, ideal for creating artistic and decorative pieces with ease.

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Finishing techniques

The Wood material can be sanded, nailed, drilled, stained, painted and burned, providing versatility to make your creative visions come to life.

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CubePro Advanced print nozzle

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To print in wood on your CubePro, you need to upgrade to our advanced print nozzle. Learn how with our material upgrade installation guide.

Wood is familiar

It’s a material of warmth and beauty that’s full of character and stories. Wood takes us back to our roots. Technology helps us grow.

Wood 3D printing material

Traditional. Organic. Real.

The blend of technology and tradition is more alive with wood 3D printing than it’s ever been. Like the rings of a tree, the layers of each 3D print are part of a longer story: a story of innovation and regeneration.


Wood 3D Printing Material can be used in place of real wood in home décor, the workshop and in the art studio. The ability to sand, drill, paint, stain, lacquer and seal provide more versatility that any other 3D print material in the marketplace.

Water sensitive

The prints will take on many properties of real wood. Wood 3D Printing Material will warp when exposed for a prolonged time to water or moisture. However, sealants and coatings can be applied to make the objects waterproof.

Real wood scent

Finished prints using Wood 3D Printing Material will have the same look, feel and scent of a real wood piece. It will have an odor as if you’ve just created a work from a block of maple.


Wood 3D Printing Material adds durability to prints that would be fragile when made from real wood. Prints can also be made with solid fill to give the heft and weight needed for long-lasting performance.

Finishing techniques

3D printing does not replace handcrafting; it complements it. Once printed, your creations are ready for sanding, staining, painting and finishing.

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Is this natural wood?

Wood material available for 3D printing is a composite material containing PLA based soft plastic with fine wood flour.

What is the composition?

Wood fiber constitutes 30% by weight in the PLA wood composite.

What are the properties of wood filament?

Our wood material has properties similar to natural wood. In addition to durability, some of its unique material properties are sound insulation, vibration dampening and it also is biodegradable.

What are some applications of wood filament?

Wood 3D material is great for printing indoor furniture, window and railing profiles, door frames, wall studs, home accessories such as cabinet drawer handles or knobs, toys, architectural profiles, pallets etc. In short, you can print this material for anything you would use natural wood for.

What is the printed part density of wood 3D material?

Printed part density depends on the geometry of the part and printing mode. Standard mode, solid part provides 0.47 g/cc, which is slightly denser than using PLA or ABS.

What material is wood compatible with?

Wood is not compatible with any other materials. You could print a part and its supports in wood.

What is the recommended print resolution for wood?

Wood prints great at 200 microns.

What kind of finishing can I do on wood prints?

Wood prints can be sanded, stained, lacquered, sealed, branded and painted. Please consult our Wood Filament Finishing Guide for a walkthrough on what finishing techniques can be used as well as additional information.

Can I varnish my printed parts?

Of course. Wood printed parts behave like regular wood parts and can take up varnish. We tried gloss, matte and translucent varnishes with results similar to real wood.

Can I polyseal printed parts?

We have stained printed parts with polyurethane. Stained pens, liquid and other forms of polyurethane finish work well on the printed parts.

Can I drill printed parts?

Yes. We have drilled and attached screws and other fasteners to our parts to create modular hinges.

Is it supposed to have a scent of wood?

Yes. The scent of natural wood comes from the wood pulp that is part of the material. The material contains real sawdust that provides the authentic aroma of wood.

What printers is the Wood Filament Compatible with?

Wood filament is compatible with CubePro Duo and CubePro Trio.

Is there any special equipment needed to use the Wood filament on the CubePro?

Yes. A CubePro Advanced Material Nozzle is needed to print wood. This is a nozzle with a larger diameter to resist clogging and can be purchased for