Innofil3D – Recycled PET Natural Blue Filament For FDM 3D-Printing – Bright Vibrant Color – Consistent Shape and Diameter – Strong Adhesion Between Layers – Reel Replacement Guarantee

A High Quality Filament For FDM 3D Printing

We’ve developed a new precision manufacturing process that eliminates inconsistencies in diameter. Raw materials come from renowned and carefully selected suppliers. That means you can print with confidence that this filament won’t jam or clog your extruder. The filament also rolls smoothly and neatly off the reel, with no brittle parts to break.

Compatible with Ultimaker, Makerbot Replicator +, Makerbot Replicator 2, Zortrax M200, Zortrax M300, Lulzbot Taz 5, Lulzbot Taz6, Makergear M2, Flashforge, Monoprice, Prusa i3, Prusi i3 MK2, Dremel idea builder, XYZ Da Vinci Pro, Massportal and Zmorph.

Great Quality Filament Means Great 3D Printing Results

When you use filament like this, the quality is reflected in the model you produce. The results are just incredible. The first thing you’ll notice is the vibrancy of the colors. We’ve carefully selected the materials we use to ensure that the colors are strong and vivid. As you print, you’ll also notice the strong adhesion. This filament adheres strongly to the bed and to other layers, which means you’ll get a stronger, sturdier model at the end of the process. Even if you’re printing a model with intricate and delicate parts, you can be sure of great results.

Reel Replacement Guarantee

We believe this is the highest quality filament for FDM 3D printing on the market today. If you aren’t completely satisfied with any of the reels we produce, simply tell us and we’ll be happy to send you a replacement reel at absolutely no cost. The precision of our manufacturing processes means we’re more than happy to take on that risk, with no risk to you.

Start Printing Sturdy and Durable Models In Strong Vibrant Colors – Pick Up A Reel Of This Filament Today

Product Features

  • CONSISTENT DIAMETER: This filament is precision manufactured on state-of-the-art production machines to have a consistent diameter with no misshapen parts. You’ll never have to worry about prints failing because of filament getting stuck in the extruder.
  • BRIGHT VIVID COLORS: We know you want your 3D-printing models to look fantastic, so we’ve made sure that all of our colors are bright, vibrant and unaltered by temperature. The color you see on the reel will be the color of the model, every time.
  • GREAT RESULTS: This filament’s strong adhesion to the bed and between layers means a strong sturdy model every time you print. Even if you’re printing a huge model non-stop for a week, then you’ll never have any issues. Compatible with Makerbot Replicator +, Makerbot Replicator 2, Lulzbot Taz 5, Lulzbot Taz6, Makergear M2, Flashforge and Monoprice.
  • FAULTLESS QUALITY CONTROL: We make sure that every reel we deliver is up to our high quality standards. That means filament that comes off the reel smoothly and cleanly, with no brittle spots and no jamming or clogging.
  • REEL REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE: We stand behind the quality of our filament. If you have any problem, for any reason, then contact us and we’ll send you a replacement reel for free. That means you can buy without risk.

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Gizmo Dorks PEI Sheet 8″ x 8″ 1 mm 3D Printer Build Surface Ultem 1000

PEI (Polyetherimide) sheets provide a 3D printing build surface that requires no tape, slurry, or adhesive. ABS and PLA both stick extremely well to the surface, which eliminates the need for support rafts used for better adhesion.

How to Use:

Cut the PEI sheet to size by scoring with a hobby knife. There are two methods to attaching the PEI to your print bed. The first method is to just clamp the sheet to the print bed using binder clips. We find that 2 on each side works great.The second method, get 3M 468MP Transfer Tape and use it to stick the PEI to the print bed.

Once the PEI sheet is attached, re-level your print bed and you are ready to go!

It helps to wipe the surface down with isopropyl alcohol, methyl alcohol, or soap in between prints. This will ensure the PEI is clean, and help adhesion. Light sanding with 5000 grit paper will also give the PEI sheet more life.

Product Features

  • MADE IN THE USA: Single 1mm thick sheet installs quickly on top of existing flat build platforms (e.g. borosilicate glass)
  • ABS and PLA filaments (along with many other materials) print directly on to PEI surface without the need for additional adhesives, tapes, or slurry.
  • REMOVE FILM FROM BOTH SIDES BEFORE USING: Blue protective film guards against scratches during shipping and handling.
  • Reuse for multiple prints, just wipe down with isopropyl alcohol between prints for best results
  • Sheet can be easily cut down to desired size by scoring with a utility knife

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PLA based Noah becomes world's first recyclable car

3D printing has been used in the development of Noah the “world’s first circular car.� The 2018 product of a longstanding project at the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU Eindhoven), Noah is an electric car built as a demonstration of future, greener car manufacturing.

Noah was created by the university’s TU/Ecomotive team. As a proof of concept, prototype components for the vehicle have been 3D printed in collaboration with Oceanz, a professional 3D printing service and supplier in the Netherlands.

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Made of a PLA/flax sandwich

Noah’s chassis will be built by panels made of a honeycomb PLA/flax sandwich. Together, the plastics make a biocomposite material, meaning that can still be fully recycled when the car can no longer be used.

Additionally, the body and interior of the car will be made from biobased materials. In total Around 90% of the materials used to make Noah will be sustainably sourced.

When completed, Noah will weigh 350 kilograms. At top speed it will be capable of reaching 100 km/h (62 mph). On a single charge, the batteries have a range of around 240 km (149 miles).

A sample 3D printed biocomposite panel that will be used to make Noah's chassis. Photo via TU/EcomotiveA sample 3D printed biocomposite panel that will be used to make Noah’s chassis. Photo via TU/Ecomotive

A new era of sustainable design 

Oceanz EcoPowder, in an EOS P 760 system, was used to make some of Noah’s 3D printed concept parts. By using additive manufacturing, the TU/Ecomotive team also cuts down on the amount of material wastage in comparison with traditional prototyping techniques, like milling.

Frank Elbersen, sales engineer at Oceanz, comments, “3D printing contributes to a very sustainable production technique,�

“With this group of students we are faced with a new era. We like to work with these trendsetters. With their knowledge, we will be able to inform our customers further.�

Frank Elbersen from Oceanz stands besides the TU/Ecomotive team and a clay model of the Noah car. Photo via OceanzFrank Elbersen from Oceanz stands besides the TU/Ecomotive team and a clay model of the Noah car. Photo via Oceanz

The future of cars

At large car manufacturers, 3D printing is predominantly used in trial, spare parts and repair initiatives. Recently, Mercedes-Benz Trucks unveiled its first metal 3D printed replacement parts.

Other companies also cite the technology in the development of their plans for future autonomous vehicles.

The next stage for the TU/Ecomotive is to get Noah a license plate and prove that it is road safe. By July 2018 the eco-friendly two seater should be able to hit the road.

Is Noah an award winning application? Make your nominations, before they close next week, in the 2018 3D Printing Industry Awards now.

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Featured image shows a concept graphic of the Noah electric car. Image via TU/Ecomotive