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3D Printing in wood filament LayWoo-D3 at MakerGeeks.com




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Cherry Wood 3D Printer Filament (Laywoo-D3)
Printable wood / LAYWOO-D3 / is a new FDM filament that was developed within the last year as an alternative printing material. It allows to print wooden-like objects with annual rings - and that without warp !

Annual-Rings printing-temperature:
  • 180°C = bright colour,
  • 245°C = dark wooden effects
Features of LAYWOO-D3
  • near zero warp
  • rough or smooth surface possible during one print
  • paintable, grindable, cutable with saw
  • printable tree-rings
  • stics well on print bed, no heated bed necessary
  • the filament contains recycled wood and harmless binding polymers
  • the material has similar thermal durability as PLA
  • is not dedicated to substitute the "good old wood or bamboo"
  • Hygenic aspects: The composite material contains recycled wood and only such polymers that are harmless, but printed parts should not be eaten.
    To be honest - because the filament contains the half polymer binder - it´s not a typical bio-product and sadly not cheaper than standard ABS or PLA.

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