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Radiation Shielding Components using GMASS
GMASS is now for sale on MakerGeeks.com here: GMASS GMASS is a high-density 3D printer filament designed for use with Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM)
printers. It is manufactured using ABS base material that is filled with heavy-metals or metal oxides to
add density. These heavy fillers act very much like lead for absorbing x-rays, allowing the user to make
radiation shielding components using 3D printers. The fillers are non-toxic, and meet ROHS restrictions
for import of hazardous materials into Europe.
There are 2 main varieties of GMASS. Bismuth oxide filled ABS is available in densities up to 2.7 g/cc.
This material has a basic yellow/green color, which is light enough that the material can also be supplied
in blue or red configurations. It is electrically insulating for those applications where it is near high
voltage. The other variety is tungsten-filled ABS, which is available in densities to 4.0 g/cc. Because the
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