These prints there are for a client and are printed using a wood filled PLA+ – the feel and texture of the models is something of an oddity because I know in my head it is plastic but it feels like very finely cnc’d wood!
“Wood-based filaments are typically a composite that combines a PLA base material with wood dust, cork, and other powdered wood derivatives. Typically, the filament consists of around 30% wood particles, but the exact number may vary depending on the brand. The presence of these particles gives the 3D printed parts the aesthetics of real wood. This filament is also less abrasive compared to other composite filaments such as carbon-fiber filled and metal filled, since wood particles are much softer.”