We will be posting here all the information, links and news that is available on new and upcoming filaments. When they become mainstream they will be placed on our looking after your filaments page. Then if they are ‘liked’ then we will have them in our shop.
The team at Taulman HQ have really been busy these past couple of years and have certainly produced materials that are well worth your 3D printing hard earned cash! We will be uploading the YouTube video of our Nylon 618 filament test soon and will be offering 10 metre wraps and complete 1lb spools of […]
Last week our Bendlay 3D filament arrived from Orbi-Tech, Germany. We spent over a week just trying to think of what we would be printing with it. As it was a bendable material we decided we would print the sleeve holder on thingiverse, you can download it from here. Instead of creating a long write […]
With smartABS you get 90% less junk. The bond between the layers is much better, because smartABS has 30% less warp than normal ABS. This is the information provided on the orbi-tech website. Saving so much on printing is a bonus, but the price to purchase from Germany and delivered to the UK, we feel […]
Adding a new filament type to their stock is Kai Parthy of orbi-tech, the German based company who already provide us with Laywood-d3 and Laybrick now have another first with the Bendlay filament material. The team at 3Ders have arranged yet another great write up on the product to date. You can read about it […]
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 […]
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 […]