Frequently Asked2017-10-22T00:20:42+00:00
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How well does The One Filament preform compared to other materials?2017-11-02T12:49:46+00:00




Tensile strength at yield

Strain at break

Yield strain

Charpy impact strength 23°C notched

Flexural Modulus

Flexural strength


3120 MPa

38 MPa



3.4 kJ/m2

No info

No info


1900 MPa

44 MPa



35 kJ/m2

No info

56 MPa


2020 MPa

50.4 MPa




2050 MPa

69 MPa

PET Tridea


2300 MPa

57 MPa



3.9 kJ/m2

2020 MPa

102 MPa

How can we contact you?2017-04-03T22:40:02+00:00

Either send a mail to or contact us through Facebook.

Where do you source your plastic from?2017-10-13T12:33:23+00:00

The plastic that is being used for the creation of The One Filament, is collected by our partner MCA recycling from different companies and enterprises from Brussels. Through our partnership with MCA we are able to guarantee the quality of the plastic that is being used in our filament production.

Why should I use the One Filament instead of an other filament?2017-10-13T14:19:14+00:00
  1. Our Filament is 100% recycled from post-condensed PET pellets.
  2. Our Filament is more flexible and higher quality than market equivalent.
  3. Our Filament is more temperature resistant than other filaments.
  4. Higher levels of additives like (carbon/kevlar/wood) can be added without dramatic changes to its core properties. (coming very soon)
How can we rent a 3D printer from you?2017-10-13T15:17:41+00:00

Currently our leasing program is only available for companies and educational institutions.

Through our leasing plan you receive a printer, one role of filament and maintenance for a monthly fee. Each contract is for a period of 36 months.

For educational institutions we are developing a learning plan that they can directly implement in their classes.

For more information please contact us at

What is your filament made of?2017-04-03T22:38:26+00:00

Our filament is made out of 100% recycled PET.

What is filament?2017-04-03T22:38:11+00:00

Filament is the basic component of 3D printing, you can compare it with the ink in a regular printer. Filament is used to print objects with 3D printers.

What is 3D printing?2017-04-03T22:37:19+00:00

3D printing is the process of printing an object, one layer at the time.

What is Tridea?2017-04-03T22:27:45+00:00

Tridea is an enterprise active in the 3D printing domain; it has developed a new process of creating filament made out of recycled plastics.