Currently, we offer:
The material that can be used as a replacement for ABS. It may be printed as usual PLA, and then heated up, thus gaining properties similar to ABS. This allows to skip the printing from this material and avoiding of all inconveniences associated with printing process: shrinkage, unpleasant smell, inhaling of hazardous fumes. Additionally, after annealing, the material is more impact and heat resistant.
EASY PLA is a basic material for 3d printing. The filament is quite durable. Its properties enable printing very precise and complicated elements.
Filament, which enables to create prints similar to plaster casts. This speciﬁc feature, combined with the precision of printing allows to use it in the architectural and art studios, detailed prototyping and modeling.
A thermoplastic elastomer with a hardness of 40D in Shore scale, which may be printed at the speeds up to 45mm / s. The rubbery-like material can be extended up to 680% of its original dimensions. Moreover, it has a high impact resistance at low temperatures and is resistant to abrasion and has a very good chemical resistance.
Wood-like material which, thanks to less fragile enables better feeding of ﬁlament to the extruder. The resulting parts can be machined, painted, varnished and colored, giving you even more opportunities to use this ﬁlament.
HIPS can be used as basic material for printing or as a support for other types of ﬁlaments. Accuracy and lighter weight of printing enable to use it in modeling, creating miniatures and parts of costumes. The possibility of dissolving of this ﬁlament allows it to be used as support material for highly complex printing and subsequent rinsing it out from proper printing.
ABS is characterized by its hardness and high impact resistance. It is also resistant to high temperatures and abrasion. Prints made using this filament can be further processed mechanically and chemically(with acetone).
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