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10 materials you can 3D Print with at home

Posted by Shafiq Bashir on

 

3D printing has grown from an industrial technology that was the domain of million dollar companies to a desktop technology that we can use in the comforts of our home and office. Together, there has been a lot of advances in materials engineering. Traditionally, desktop 3D printing was restricted to ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) but now there are more than 12 different types of materials you can use and explore at home.  

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#MekaMaterials Now Available

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Our aim with #mekamaterials is to ensure that you get high-quality materials at the same affordable price. At the same time, we want to ensure that the materials stay fresh longer while enabling as many people as possible to experience the joys of 3D Printing. 

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Winner of the September 3D Printing Filament Giveaway

Posted by Shafiq Bashir on

The winner of the september ‪#‎3dprintingfail‬ filament giveaway is Derry with his entry entitled “Hypocrisy”.

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Filament Giveaway!

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In conjunction with the launch of FlashForge Creator X Dual Extrusion 3D Printer on the 3D Printing Materials Store, we are having a filament giveaway.  We are giving away 1kg of PLA (white) from Reprapper, 250g of High-temperature PLA from Protopasta and 250g of Laybrick from cc-products. That's more than $120 worth of materials. All filaments will be in 1.75mm variety.  All you have to do to get your hands on these life-changing materials is: 1. Like our Facebook page! 2. Share a picture of your favourite 3D Print on our Facebook page and tell us why you love it.  3. Get your...

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What can I do with Laywood and Laybrick?

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It is a question that we are constantly asked - What can I actually do with Laywood and Laybrick?Let's start with an introduction. Laywood is an alternative filament that is wood pulp combined with polymer binding agents. There is no warpage and a heated print bed is not required when printing with Laywood. By adjusting the extrusion temperature, models printed with Laywood can be made to appear with a "tree-ring" pattern.Laybrick is an another alternative filament that is polymer binding agents combined with super-fine milled chalk. There is very little warp and offers a variety of post-processing options. At lower extrusion...

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