Welcome to the fourth newsletter from filament.nu
Previous newsletters can be found here: https://filament.nu/gb/content/category/4-2019
Brand new Fiberlogy PP filament, with impressive tensile strength. Polypropylene is perfect for manufacturing items that require durability while maintaining flexibility.
Read more at https://filament.nu/gb/56-pp
Fiberlogy Nylon PA12 filament does not require drying before or during use. Very durable and strong; almost unbreakable. Available now in black, white, natural and inox colours.
Read more at https://filament.nu/gb/53-nylon-pa12
Fiberlogy BVOH water-soluble filament. If you are printing complicated models that need support and have a dual extruder printer, then this filament is for you.
Read more at https://filament.nu/gb/42-bvoh
Fiberlogy HIPS filament is a lightweight filament that can be used either as it is or as support material that can be dissolved after printing. A cheaper alternative to BVOH. Available in black and white.
Read more at https://filament.nu/gb/57-hips
If you need many rolls of filament in a hurry, it is now possible to get larger orders delivered directly from Fiberlogy. Contact us for more information.
Fiberlogy is almost ready with a new 100% recycled PLA filament. The raw material for R PLA is obtained from the residual waste from Fiberlogy's own production of PLA. It meets the same stringent quality and diameter requirements that are known from Fiberlogy's other products. Furthermore, recycling helps reduce the environmental imprint you make when 3D printing.
As some of you may already have discovered, we're transitioning to new type of MasterSpool. Instead of the original MasterSpool V4 from RichRap, we are now using the Boring MasterSpool. It is simpler, treads are tighter and last but not least requires less material to print. All things that make it more usable than the original.
Read more and find the model at https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3163710
Remember to visit filament.nu for great deals on Friday, November 29th.
The entire material guide is now finally available in English. Furthermore it has been divided into pages that make it easier to navigate.
A new page with information about TPU or flexible filament has also been added.
Read more at https://filament.nu/gb/content/20-tpu
Frozen Castle by Jukka Seppänen. Get ready for the second movie. A great model that can be printed in one color as it is, but also allows for dual-extruder printing.
The Once and Future King by Jukka Seppänen. A nice and quirky model from Jukka that can put most printers to the test.
Darth Vader Bust by David Östman. Really nice bust, which soon does well no matter what color it is printed in. A must if you are a fan of a galaxy far far away…
Links and guides
A good video by Stefan from CNC Kitchen, about the extrusion width used when printing.
Watch the full video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9YaJ0wSKKHA
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