3D Printing Filaments

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Some information of the vast collection of 3D printing filaments available at the 3D Printing Materials Store.

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3D Printing Filaments

  1. 1. 3D Printing Materials WWW.EVERYONEACREATOR.COM
  2. 2. About Mēkā Retail Support Project s
  3. 3. WWW.EVERYONEACREATOR.COM
  4. 4. Outline • What is 3D printing? • 3D printing technologies • What makes good quality filaments? • Different types of 3D Printing Filaments • Simplify3DTM demonstration
  5. 5. What is 3D Printing?
  6. 6. 3D Printer Technologies
  7. 7. Fused Deposition Modeling
  8. 8. Light Polymerized
  9. 9. Granular Materials Binding
  10. 10. Filaments for 3D Printing
  11. 11. What makes high quality filaments? • Diameter tolerance • Roundness • Spool diameter Hat tip: http://www.bootsindustries.com
  12. 12. How do I check?
  13. 13. PolyLactic Acid (PLA) • Glossy appearance • Biodegradable • Relatively rigid • No emission • Little warping/shrinkage • Useful for • Decorative items • Form and fit testing
  14. 14. Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) • Matte appearance • More flexible than PLA • Prone to warping • May emit Ultra Fine Particles • Variety of post-processing options • Useful for • Professional/industrial applications • Toys/memorabilia
  15. 15. PET+ • Strong and Flexible • Hydrophobic • Easy adhesion to Blue Painters Tape • Flame Resistant • Useful for • Professional/industrial applications
  16. 16. Laywood • Recycled wood pulp (40%) mixed with polymer • No warp/shrinkage at all • 190˚C- Light colored • 230˚C- Dark colored • Can be processed same as wood
  17. 17. Laybrick • Sandstone-like filament • Brittle • No warp/shrinkage • 190˚C- Rough surfaces • 210˚C- Smooth surfaces • Can be sanded and colored • Ideal for large projects
  18. 18. NinjaFlex • Flexible filament • High elasticity • Sticks well to acrylic/glass • Sticks too well to kapton tape • Used for • Mobile phone casings • Wearables • Floatables?
  19. 19. Carbon Fibre PLA • Prints same as PLA • More rigid than PLA • May result in uneven finishes • Useful for • Performance parts • Prosthetics
  20. 20. Nylon – Taulman “Bridge” • High tensile strength • Transparent • Adjustable flexibility • Very little shrinkage/warp • Adheres well to platform with PVA glue • Useful for • Industrial strength parts • Mechanical parts
  21. 21. T-Glase • FDA- approved • No shrinkage/warp • Bridging capabilities • 100% reclaimable • Food containers • Jewelry
  22. 22. High Impact PolyStyrene • Dual extruder 3D printer necessary • Dissolves in Limonene • Similar to ABS Used mainly as support material
  23. 23. Polycarbonate ABS • Stiffer than ABS • Strong yet lightweight parts • Moisture sensitive • Prone to warping/shrinkage
  24. 24. • Properties similar to ABS • High resistance filament • Useful for • Conductive devices • Solder-less circuits • Electromagnetic shields • Project Ara Conductive ABS Filaments
  25. 25. Other filaments? • Temperature Sensitive Filaments • Bendlay • High Temperature PLA • Polyurethane • Carbon Nanotube-infused Filaments • Graphene-infused Filaments • Igus 3D printing materials • Aluminium-infused filaments
  26. 26. Thank you. www.fb.com/studios.meka www.everyoneacreator.com

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