Fillamentum NonOilen Biodegradable 3D Printing filament 1.75mm 750gms

Fillamentum NonOilen Biodegradable 3D Printing filament 1.75mm 750gms

£30.24 £36.29 inc. VAT £27.22 £32.66 inc. VAT

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£30.24 £36.29 inc. VAT £27.22 £32.66 inc. VAT

Non-oilen is a blend of polylactic acid and polyhydroxy butyrate (PLA/PHB). The inclusion of PHB in the blend enhances the durability, heat resistance, and, notably, biodegradability of the filament. This makes it an excellent choice for adhering to the principles of the circular economy, as it can be reused multiple times, reducing waste. Additionally, once its useful lifespan is over, the filament can be recycled.

Availability: In stock SKU: 8595632836087


After a long-term partnership with the research team of prof. Ing. Pavol Alexy, PhD. from the Slovak Technical University, we are proud to introduce a brand-new material that is like a dream in the plastic world a fully biodegradable filament for 3D printing.

This special material is called NonOilen.

This filament is made of polylactic acid and polyhydroxy butyrate blend (PLA/PHB). The content of PHB improves the toughness, temperature resistance, and especially biodegradability. It perfectly fits into the principles of the circular economy, it can be reused many times, therefore, you can reduce the waste, and once the lifetime ends, it can be recycled.


  • 100% made of polymers from renewable resources (bio-based)
  • High strength, toughness, hardness
  • Temperature resistance up to 110 °C right after 3D printing, no need to anneal.
  • Easy 3D printing comparable with PLA
  • Long-term durability of printed object
  • Safe for food contact applications
  • Objects may be washed in the dishwasher.
  • Barrier properties
  • Natural silk look
  • Polymer may be recycled many times with retention of the features.
  • 100% biodegradable in industrial compost and electric composters
  • Decomposition in compost is about 3x faster than PLA
  • No microplastics polluting environment is created during the biodegradation.
  • Decomposes only in a biologically active environment.
  • The by-products from the decomposition process don’t cause the greenhouse effect


Working temperature:

175 – 195 °C

Heated bed:

050 °C

Available diameters:

1.75 mm and 2.85 mm

Diameter tolerance:

+/- 0.05 mm


750 g of filament (+ 210 g spool)

The length of the filament:

250 m (1.75 mm, 750 g)

98 m (2.85 mm, 750 g)

Comparison of fillamentum biodegradable filaments:

PLA Extrafill

PLA Crystal Clear



Polymer base

polylactic acid

polylactic acid

mixture of biopolymers filled with 15 %ofnatural fibers

polylactic acid and polyhydroxy butyrateblend

Mechanical properties






industrial composter(months)

industrial composter(months)

industrial composter(months)

industrial composter,

electric composter(90 days)

Temperature resistance

without/after annealing

55 /80 °C

55 /110 °C

55 / 80°C

110/110 °C

Optical properties

yellowish, transparent

clear, transparent

wood-like, non-translucent

yellowish, non-translucent

Moisture sensitive

Safe for food-contact applications






Recyclable usually with loss of mechanical properties

Recyclable usually with loss of mechanical properties

Not recyclable

Recyclable, many timeswithout loss of properties

The input material was carefully selected to achieve the best processability and final properties. Fillamentums products are always produced from the precisely specified type of material, with the highest stability across all the batches. The customers can rely on the best quality at any time they use our filament.

Check out this case study on the 3D Printing of IOT Monitoring Solutions from Nonoilen


Additional information

Weight0.75 kg
Dimensions210 × 210 × 75 mm
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1 review for Fillamentum NonOilen Biodegradable 3D Printing filament 1.75mm 750gms

  1. 4 out of 5

    Colin Durrans

    Eggsellent Finish, Cracking Temperature Performance.

    This took a little tweaking to get a good print, not so “out of the box” as other filaments but with an 185°C Hot End and 55°C Bed this printed very nicely. The recommended 180° was an unbonded stringy mess of a print. The recommended Brim is a must. I’d good results with Magigoo as the separator. If you’ve every dropped PLA in boiling water you know it distorts and goes quite floppy, the NonOilen doesn’t distort and stays a whole lot firmer but definately more flexible than when it’s cooler. I get the argument on the Recycled PP Reel but I’ve still got the view that Cardboard Reels are more sustainable. You’ll find the eggcup on Thingiverse… this make:

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