The types of consumables for 3D printers are mainly referred to here as resins, as well as common plastics used by most 3D printers (mainly including ABS and PLA). The main difference between the two is that the effect of resin printing is relatively fine, and plastic, whether it is ABS or PLA, the printing effect is slightly worse than the resin.<br><br>For the impact of the price, the printers that require the resin are all more expensive, and the resin supplies themselves are also very expensive. Therefore, unless there is a special requirement for the surface effect of printing, plastic consumables are generally sufficient.<br><br>There are two types of plastic consumables, ABS and PLA. ABS is a kind of engineering plastic that can be seen everywhere. It is also a kind of consumable that is used more often in the early days of 3D printing. Its main problem is that it has a taste when printing, and the material cools faster, and it easily causes shrinkage and deformation of the printed material. Therefore, it is usually necessary to add a heating module inside the printer, and the outer shell adopts a thermal design to ensure that the internal temperature of the printer is higher than 50 degrees Celsius when working. Or higher. Correspondingly, printers that support ABS are generally more expensive than printers that only support PLA. PLA is a biodegradable material, it has no problems with ABS, it is very suitable for desktop 3D printer materials, and is currently the world's most popular 3D printing consumables.<br><br>Industrial printers generally support a variety of different printing materials. In addition to common plastic consumables, many other materials are also supported, such as nylon, as well as a variety of less common but industrially demanding materials