The Leapfrog Xeed, with its heated build chamber, heated bed and dual extruders, is an incredibly capable 3D printer that supports a huge variety of filaments. It supports Leapfrog MAXX Essentials ABS and PLA, and all MAXX Pro filaments, except PVA. All of these filaments are supplied on spools, which are fitted directly to the Xeed. The Xeed has a neat feature called QuickLoad, which effectively lets you slot the spool into place quickly.
Print with Essentials or Pro PLA for fast print speeds, Essentials ABS for robust parts at low cost, or Pro Nylon if you want to create heavy-duty mechanical parts. Or, if you want the best features of ABS and PLA, print with Pro Hybrid filament, which allows you to print parts at the speed of PLA with greater strength and durability, comparable to that of ABS. These are only a few of the many filaments supported by the Leapfrog Xeed however - there’s Pro HIPS, Laybrick, Wood, Carbon, Flex and PET-G too. So whether you want to create super-tough, super-flexible or translucent parts, rest assured that there’s a suitable Xeed filament.