Kindly provided by Tom @ Taulman 3D Knowing more about how to get the best from your t-glase filament.
In this category we will place notes on all types of filaments that are in use (plus others that are not yet in circulation) and list the most common tips about the product, including links to sites where the author has a lot more details available.
Kai Parthy of CC-Products, creator of the Laywoo-D3 wood composite filament, has invented a new material called Laybrick. It can print as a smooth or rough surface similar to sandstone. It can be grinded, painted, dyed and extruded at a layer resolution between 100 and 500 microns. View the video here You can purchase LayBrick from […]
Laywoo-D3 is a composite type filament made from Kai Parthy of CC Products Germany, who is also the creator of the new product Laybrick. You can read about the material in a lot more detail here from our friends at 3ders. Features of LAYWOO-D3 filament: 40% recycled wood No warping Smells like wood Flexible No heated […]
A complete life changing substance Graphene – The world could look completely different 50 years from now. We believe that this is one of the major modern discoveries and when it has been fully tested and is safe for humans, (after all it is a lead substance isn’t it?) who knows what will be manufactured […]
The main developer of the Nylon printer filament is Taulman, you can visit their website here. New and exciting filaments are there business and they are good at it! If you click on this link it will take you to a page of associated links for the Taulman nylon 3D printing filament. Coming soon to […]