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Polymaker PolyTerra PLA Marble White 1kg (1.75mm)


Stone PLA with smooth matte surface finish / One tree planted for every spool purchased.

3D Printing Australia and New Zealand

This product is 1.75mm filament diameter, please make sure this is compatible with your 3D printer.
AUD ($32.95 Incl Gst) $29.95 Ex Gst
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PolyTerra™ Marble PLA is a 3D printing filament that mimics the texture of marble and creates a unique slim effect on 3D prints, providing ease of use, good printing quality and reliability. It is a sustainable product sourced naturally and for every spool produced a tree is planted to give back to the earth.

  • Matte Marble Finish - PolyTerra™ Marble PLA combines the incredible matte surface finish of PolyTerra™ PLA with speckles of black mineral to produce a unique stone effect. This special effect filament is the perfect choice for artistic creation, figure, statue and architectural printing, designed to mimic the appearance of marble.
  • Optimized for Support - Polymaker have engineered PolyTerra™ Marble PLA with excellent support removal properties, enabling users to more easily break away support or rafts from the surface of their prints.
  • Improved Ductility - Like PolyTerra™ PLA, the bioplastic formulation of PolyTerra™ Marble PLA delivers improved ductility which is less brittle than standard PLA formulations.
  • Bioplastic PLA Formula - PolyTerra™ PLA is a newly developed PLA material from Polymaker called Fully Bio Compound (FBC) - a bioplastic mainly made with high quality US-made Ingeo PLA high quality Ingeo PLA and compounded with naturally occurring elements. Ultimately these innovations result in an excellent, easy to print 3D printing material which uses less PLA plastic without compromising performance. 
    Click here or the "Compostability" tab to learn about commercial composting and the benefits PolyTerra PLA™ offers.
  • Eco-sustainable Packaging – Polymaker are commitment to helping combat plastic waste, as such PolyTerra™ Marble PLA comes on a fully recycled cardboard spool with recycled labels and box. Furthermore, Polymaker will plant one tree in Australia through the ONETREEPLANTED association for every locally sold spool of PolyTerra™ Marble PLA. 
  • Compatibility In Mind - PolyTerra™ Marble PLA is compatible with a wide range of 3D printers including models from Ultimaker, Makerbot, FlashForge, Creality, Monoprice, Lulzbot, Prusa Research, Raise3D, Tiertime, and other popular extrusion based 3D printers (Heated bed may be required in some cases). Works well with common printing surfaces with no heated bed required but can sometimes be used at 40 - 50°C for better results (maximum 60°C).
  • Uncompromised Quality - PolyTerra™ Marble PLA filament is made with the highest quality ingredients including Ingeo® from Natureworks; a high quality PLA material produced from rapidly renewable plant resources in the US. Combining Polymakers innovative R&D technologies, compounding and extrusion systems with Natureworks Ingeo® resins produces a reliable 3D printing filament to print beautiful and accurate models.
To learn more about PolyTerra™ Marble PLA, click the "Why people are using it", "Carbon Footprint, Compostability, Quality & Technologies" and "Specifications & FAQ" tabs.

Polymaker PolyTerra PLA Filament

Polymaker is an international team passionate about 3D printing. They produce the very best 3D printing materials by controlling every stage of production. With a diverse portfolio of materials ranging from high performance plastics to unique aesthetic solutions, Polymaker will continue to add cutting edge materials to its ever-growing portfolio.

At the core of Polymaker is their research & development laboratory, this is where all Polymakers materials are formulated and fine-tuned from the ground up to create the best in class 3D printing materials. Their precision testing equipment combines the latest advancements in technology to ensure they are ahead of the game.

Product Carbon Footprint

Polymaker is committed to helping combat plastic waste and PolyTerra™ PLA is the first step taken towards creating more eco-sustainable products. Here you can see how PolyTerra™ PLA recycled cardboard packaging helps avoid plastic waste and helps the planet by having negative carbon footprint.

Polymaker PolyTerra PLA

High quality raw ingredients are critical to manufacturing consistent and reliable filament, for this reason Polymaker partnered with NatureWorks and use Ingeo PLA resins as a core ingredient for their range of PLA filaments. Polymakers innovative R&D technologies, compounding and extrusion systems combined with Natureworks Ingeo resins produce a reliable 3D printing filament.

How is PLA made?

Polymaker Igneo

Abundant and rapidly renewable plant resources capture and sequester atmospheric carbon over their growing season, producing simple sugars via the process of photosynthesis. Through a process of fermentation and separation, these harvested plant sugars are converted into lactic acid. A lactic acid building block is transformed into Ingeo, a performance thermoplastic with physical characteristics and performance tailored for filament production and printing.

Polymaker Ingeo Natureworks
Carbon Footprint of Natureworks Ingeo PLA resin, used in the manufacture of PolyTerra™ PLA filament.

Carbon Footprint

PolyTerra™ PLA is a naturally sourced product and for every spool sold Polymaker want to give back to the earth by planting one tree through the ONETREEPLANTED association. Below you can see a breakdown of PolyTerra™ PLA's Carbon Footprint.

PolyTerra PLA Carbon Footprint

Commerical Compostability

PolyTerra™ PLA is a newly developed material from Polymaker called Fully Bio Compound (FBC) - a bioplastic mainly made with NatureWorks high quality Ingeo PLA and compounded with naturally occurring elements which reduces the plastic content of PolyTerra PLA by 15-20%. With this new formulation, Polymaker have improved the compostability rate of PLA to drive the global effort towards composting bioplastics in commercial composting facilities*.
*Commercial composting timescales are typically 8-10 weeks for PAS 100.

PolyTerra PLA Composting Steps

Polymaker ran a compostability test, certified to ISO 14855-1, with a third party laboratory that revealed thanks to the organic compounds, PolyTerra™ PLA degraded faster than a comparable PLA material. The test was completed by putting small pellets of PolyTerra™ PLA in a 2-4 months old plant compost (including a wide variety of microorganisms) and heating the system up to 60˚C. During this process the PolyTerra™ PLA will start to decompose into carbon dioxide, water and mineral salts and the aforementioned elements are monitored in order to calculate the mass of PolyTerra™ PLA degraded. 

After 45 days, 93.6% of PolyTerra PLA degraded and 79.9% of PolyLite PLA degraded. The testing demonstrated that PolyTerra™ PLA degraded up 15% faster than PolyLite™ PLA and from Polymakers estimation it could take less than 100 days for PolyTerra PLA to fully degrade.

PolyTerra PLA

Click here to see PolyTerra™ PLA test report.

Click here to see PolyLite™ PLA test report.

Please note that PolyTerra™ PLA degrades under the specific conditions of industrial composting, namely, at certain temperature and humidity with the presence of micro-organisms. The degrade rate will depend on the size and thickness of the printed part. When PolyTerra™ PLA is correctly composted, it breaks down into carbon dioxide, water, biomass and mineral salts of any other elements present. The material fully degrades with no toxic residues and the compost supports plant growth.

PolyTerra PLA Filament Composting Conditions

Jam-Free™ technology

Polymaker Jam-Free TechnologyPolymakers patented Jam-Free™ technology dramatically improves the heat stability of PolyTerra™ PLA filament, by combining the latest development in biopolymer formulation and advanced polymer processing technologies. As a result, PolyTerra™ PLA filament exhibits a high softening temperature of more than 100 °C, so while printing, the filament will never soften in the “cold end” and can melt rapidly once entering the heating zone. This leads to extremely smooth printing and no more nozzle-jams caused by heat-creep!

Where is heat creep common?

  • 3D printers with cheap or older extruder designs.
  • 'Higher Temperature' or enclosed 3D Printers.
  • Dual Extrusion 3D Printers (as the filament sits idle for long periods of time)

Please note there can be many causes for why any filament may jam, including printing too close to the bed. Polymakers Jam-Free™ technology is designed to prevent jams caused by heat creep.  Jam-Free™ technology increases the softening temperature of the filament, not the heat resistance of printed parts. Parts printed in PolyTerra™ PLA exhibit normal thermal properties and heat resistance.

Industry Leading Quality Control

Polymaker 3D Printing Filament

PolyTerra™ PLA like all other Polymaker materials is manufactured using state-of-the-art polymer processing technologies and equipment. Polymakers rigorous minimum 8 quality control processes ensure industrial standards of reliability for a consistent customer experience.
Tolerance: Polymakers custom developed extrusion, control and monitoring solutions to ensure filament tolerance and roundness meet Polymakers strict quality standards.
Reliable Mechanical, Colouring & Printing Properties: Every batch of filament products are tested to ensure all quality specs (melt flow, softening point, mechanical, diameter, round-ness) are met.
Drying & Vacuum Sealing: Before packaging, all Polymaker filaments are dried to a moisture level of < 0.1% to ensure the best printing quality and are vacuum sealed to protect the filament from moisture. All vacuum packaged products are left for 24 hours before boxing to ensure they are leak-free.


Polymaker PolyTerra PLA Bioplastic

Carton Spool: PolyTerra™ PLA is wound on Polymakers 1kg carton spools, manufactured from recycled materials. The cutaway and weight gauge on the side of the spool make it easy to see exactly how much filament is left for your next printing project. PolyTerra™ PLA's recycled cardboard packaging and carton spool are the first step taken towards creating more eco-sustainable products.
Resealable Bag: PolyTerra™ PLA is packaged in a vacuum sealed resealable bag to ensure your filament is moisture free. Like all other PLA filaments, PolyTerra™ PLA is hygroscopic so we recommend using this bag for filament storage. 

Printing Settings
Nozzle Temperature 190°C - 230°C
Build Plate Temperature 25°C - 60°C*

*You may find lower bed temperatures (i.e 45°C) work better with PolyTerra™ Marble PLA in comparison to higher temperatures.
Build Surface Material Works well with most common build surfaces.
Build Surface Treatment Typically none required. Some surfaces such as glass work best with PVA glue stick.
Cooling Fan ON
Printing Speed 30 mm/s - 70 mm/s
Retraction The ideal retraction settings vary from printer to printer. If you find the retraction settings are causing gaps in your part, the following settings may help.
Direct Drive: Retraction distance of 0.5 - 1mm with retraction speed of 20mm/s
Bowden: Retraction distance of 2 - 3mm with retraction speed of 20 - 40mm/s
Recommended Support Material Single Extrusion: Self Support
Dual Extrusion: PolyDissolve™ S1 or PolySupport™

Based on 0.4 mm nozzle. Printing conditions may vary with different printers and nozzle diameters.

Like other marble PLA filaments, when used extensively the black specs in PolyTerra™ Marble PLA can be abrasive to brass nozzles. If you notice faster nozzle wear, we recommend using a nozzle with better wear resistant properties or swapping brass nozzles more regularly.

To produce flatter more dimensionally accurate parts, PolyTerra™ Marble PLA may work best on your printer with lower bed temperatures (i.e 45 - 50°C) compared to higher temperatures (i.e 55 - 60°C +) . 

For other tips printing PolyTerra™ Marble PLA, click to read our starters guide to 3d printing most filament types or contact us!

Pantone 550u
Net Weight 1kg
Density 1.31 g/cm3 
Diameter 1.75mm


PolyTerra™ Marble PLA has been engineered with compatibility in mind to print excellently on a wide range of 3D printers. 

Like other marble PLA filaments, when used extensively the black specs in PolyTerra™ Marble PLA can be abrasive to brass nozzles. If you notice faster nozzle wear, we recommend using a nozzle with better wear resistant properties or swapping brass nozzles more regularly.

Of course with thousands of unique 3d printer models on the market, we can't guarantee each filament type will work with every 3D printer.

Technical Data

All testing specimens were printed under the following conditions: Nozzle Temperature = 200˚C, build plate temperature = 60˚C, infil = 100%, cooling fan = ON
All specimens were conditioned at room temperature for 24h prior to testing.


  Value Testing Method
Glass Transition 60.6°C DSC, 10°C/min
Heat Deflection Temperature 0.45 MPa 57.8°C
ISO 75 0.45MPa
Heat Deflection Temperature 1.8 MPa 52°C ISO 75 1.8MPa
Vicat Softening Temperature 62.7°C ISO 306, GB/T 1633


  Value Testing Method
Youngs Modulus
1882 ± 141 MPa ISO 527, GB/T 1040
Tensile Strength
20.9 ± 2.0 MPa ISO 527, GB/T 1040
Bending Strength
39.6 ± 1.1 MPa ISO 178, GB/T 9341
Charpy Impact Strength
5.7 ± 0.4 kJ/m2 ISO 179, GB/T 9343

We have full MDS and technical data sheets for PolyTerra™ PLA and all other Polymaker products. Contact us to enquire!

The typical values presented in Polymakers data sheet are intended for reference and comparison purposes only. Due to the nature of 3D printing they should not be used for design specifications or quality control purposes.


Like other PLA filaments, PolyTerra™ Marble PLA is susceptible to absorbing moisture from the air which can subsequently effect the print quality and mechanical properties of the final prints.

Before packaging, PolyTerra™ Marble PLA is dried to ensure the best printing quality and filaments are vacuum sealed to protect the filament from moisture. When not in use PolyTerra™ Marble PLA should be stored away from sunlight in the packaged resealable bag. We recommend storing PolyTerra™ Marble PLA in the PolyBox™ or a dry cabinet during printing to prevent moisture absorption which will lower the quality of the print. The PolyBox™ keeps the filament at dry conditions (relative humidity of 15% or less). 

If you hear popping sounds and notice that the surface quality of your print is uneven or the color is not consistent, this is a likely indicator that the filament has absorbed too much moisture. Spools of PolyTerra™ Marble PLA can be dried in a preheated convection oven at 55˚C for up to 6 hours. Results may vary depending on the accuracy of your oven so please be conservative. For more information about filament drying please read our user guide.


Q: How does the surface finish of PolyTerra™ Marble PLA compare to other Marble PLA materials?
A: Many marble and stone PLA filaments on the market are manufactured with a semi-gloss PLA filament. The base filament; PolyTerra™ PLA is a matte PLA filament which offers some unique benefits. The matte surface finish of PolyTerra™ PLA filaments can effectively hide the layers in the 3D print and help mimic the chalky stone aesthetic.

Q: What is the best bed temperature to use?
Compared to regular PLA filaments, we find PolyTerra™ Marble PLA works best with slightly lower bed temperatures around 40 - 50˚C. Higher temperatures can soften the filament and increase the chance of warping.

Q: Does PolyTerra™ Marble PLA  features Jam-Free™ technology and does Jam-Free™ technology prevent all filament jamming?
A: Like PolyTerra™ PLA, PolyTerra™ Marble PLA features Polymakers Jam-Free™ technology improves the heat stability of the filament and is specifically designed to prevent jamming caused by heat creep. There are many reasons why a material may jam, such as printing with the wrong extruder temperature, compounded particles blocking the nozzle or incorrect nozzle height; all marble PLA filaments are susceptible to these possibilities.

Q: What support materials can I use with this product?
A: PolyTerra™ Marble PLA features improved support removal properties compared to standard PLA and PLA+. If your printer is capable of multi-material printing, Polymaker’s PolyDissolve™ S1 or PolySupport™ filament are fantastic support filaments for PolyTerra™ Marble PLA.

Don't know where to start? Or which filament will suit your application? We have a broad range of support options including telephone support. Contact us today!

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Australian owned and operated, here at 3D Printing Solutions we are dedicated to ensuring your success by providing high quality solutions and sharing our years of hands on experience and support. One of our key philosophies is to thoroughly test the printer brands and filaments we sell to ensure they meet our key quality standards. Our collaborative and in-depth experience with these brands ensures we can provide detailed comparisons and advice to customers.

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  • Growing list of online resources for beginners and advanced users.
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