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About Coex 3D Filament


In August 2018, Storme Technologies and the Storme3D brand has oficially released news of its partnership with Coex 3D to bring you more in 3D printing. Storme Technologies, is now a distributor for the Coex 3D brand of filament.


Coex is dedicated to manufacturing the highest quality 3D printing materials in the industry. They are located in the heart of the Midwest in Appleton, WI, USA and adhere to strict quality standards, ensuring optimal performance and premium resolution with all of the 3D printing materials. The advanced extrusion equipment and laser micrometers ensure quality and consistency of all 3D printer filament. Only prime virgin resins, colorants and processing additives are used to ensure customers can rely on Coex 3D filament.

Coex 3D recognizes that 3D printing innovation is constant. That’s why they take great pride in advancing 3D printer material technology through polymer science research and innovation. The Coex team can accommodate custom projects and work directly with customers on troubleshooting and new product development (contact us for more information).

Coex3D Filament has compatability with all 1.75 mm based FDM/FFF 3D printers that can use third party, open filaments. We have also specially tested each of the PLA and PETG filaments to work especially well with Palette by Mosaic Manufacturing; to ensure a hassle-free user experience.


Coex3D filament is some of the most precise filament on the market today. Boasting a +/- 0.02 mm diameter tolerance, you can be assured that our filament will reduce the risk of binding, jamming or clogs due to inconsistent diameter tolerance as seen with other low cost filaments.


Coex3D filament has consistent shape, diameter, color and material properties throughout the entire roll of material. Each roll is inspected, quality checked and measured in real-time with an optical laser during manufacturing to verify it's consistency and diameter tolerance.


Coex 3D filaments are meant to work well with your 3D printer 100% of the time. You will find less jams and wear and tear on your machines because our filaments just work better with your machine. Period.


Coex 3D and Storme Technologies have partnered together to bring you what you need. If you have specific requirements for a color or material, contact us to see how we can help you achieve your color or specific material goals.

Made in USA

All of the Coex filaments, are locally made and extruded, in Appleton, Wisconsin, U.S.A. Contact us if you'd like to obtain more information about the filament, or to tour the facility! (We are sure we could work out a visit if you really wanted it).

Material Options

With the new partnership with Coex3D, we will continually update the site with new compatible materials for both Palette+, Palette 2 (Pro) and all 1.75 mm FDM/FFF based 3D printers.

1.75 mm PLA

PLA filament (short for Polylactic Acid) is a starch-based thermoplastic polymer made from biodegradable and renewable resources. PLA has a shiny appearance and a sweet smell when being used. PLA filament is a popular choice amongst hobbyists, makers and engineers due to its ease of use, print quality and predictability.



1.75 mm ABS

ABS filament (short for Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is made from a thermoplastic material. ABS is used in environments where the parts must be durable and not degrade easily when exposed to the elements. This filament is a popular choice amongst more advanced makers, hobbyists and engineers who need durable and rugged prototype parts.


1.75 mm PETG

PETG filament (short for Polyethylene Terephthalate Glycol), is a co-polyester known for its ease of use and high strength characteristics.  It is a highly capable and popular material due to the fact that it has the rigidity and mechanical properties of ABS, but the printability of PLA. Being PETG, this material has a shiny finish to it due to the Glycol that has been added to the resin during the initial mixing process.

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Testing Filament Compatibility with Palette is Standard

An exceptional Multi-Material Machine needs filament that's been specially tested and verified to work with Palette. Be assured your prints will come out beautiful by trying some of our PLA or PETG filament with your Palette products today!

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