Parameter:Printing recommendation:typical rangerExtrude temperature:220-240℃Printing speed:30-100mm/sBed temperature:100-120℃Diameter:1.75mmNozzle: we currently recommend minimum 0.4mm Weight:1KGGross weight:1.4KGDensity:1.29g/Glass transition temperature:60℃Melt index:4.5g/10minTensile strength:31.2MpaElongation at break:6.3％Bending strength:40.2MpaBending modulus:2200MpaIzod impact notched:5.5KJ/ MHeat distortion temperature:57℃Flammability:HB classPrinting recommendationExtruder temperature:210-230℃Printing speed:30-100mm/sBed temperature:room temperature-50℃Layer Height:0.1-0.2mmInfill: As needed up to 100%Matters need attention:General printing
- The raw materials of carbon fiber are imported from Japan Toray corporation.Premium quality raw material.Good flexibility and Better physical performance than usual ABS or PLA filament, High stiffness and toughness and Surface durability.
- Because of the carbon fiber composition, the strength of the material is greatly enhanced, The physical properties of the 3D filament are much better than those of ABS or PLA.
- Low shrinkage and Excellent dimensional stability. stable melting point and low brittleness.
- Environment friendly and biodegradable.
- High resolution and the tolerance could been controled in 0.03 mm, It is stable and smooth.
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GLYBY 2016 NEW UNIQUE DESIGN!
The GLYBY 3D Paper Mold Suit includes as follow:
– 1 x Eiffel Tower paper
– 1 x Wall-E robot paper
– 1 x Yellow Bicycle paper
– 1 x Blue Bicycle paper
– 1 x Black Camera paper
– 1 x Yellow Car paper
– 1 x Fashion Chair paper
– 1 x Doraemon paper paper
– 1 x Excavating Machinery paper
– 1 x Glasses paper
– 1 x Guitar paper
– 1 x Butterfly paper
– 1 x Lazy Sheep paper
– 1 x Merry-go-round paper
– 1 x Peacock paper
– 1 x Small Aircraft paper
– 1 x Small House paper
– 1 x Small Windmill paper
– 1 x Spongebob paper
– 1 x Sun Flower paper
For those clients who experience the 3D printer pen for the first time, the experience effect may not very ideal, but it doesn’t matter! Because GLYBY know your need and 3D PAPER MOLD is just design for you! Please be patient and xuse your imagination,you will find its a very magical process.
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If painted directly on the paper, this paper mold will be used one time, Because the material of products is made of paper, high temperature will make the paper and 3D Filament Refills materials stuck together.
if you want to use repeatedly, please don’t directly painting on the paper mold, we suggest that you can draw according to the paper pattern painted on the table. Hope you have a good painting experience！
- PERFECT AFTER-SALE PROTECTION : Please ensure the packaging is properly intact before signing. If there is any damage of the commodity,please contact with us for a replacement, This product has 18 months warranty. For help, please contact us.
- GREAT TOOL FOR 3D PEN: The 3D Pen Paper Mold is a great tool for anyone interested in 3D modelling. It is suitable for any 3D pen! 3D printing paper mold is perfect for children above 8 yrs old and adult no matter you are artists, hobbyist or creative lovers.
- HIGH QUALITY: It’s not common paper but Copperplate paper!
- Good for BEGINNER: Different 20 color printing patterns.Include EIFFEL TOWER,SPONGEBOB,PEACOCK,WALL-E ROBOT and so many other pattern!
- GLYBY BRAND OWNER: GLYBY have never authorized any other seller to follow and sold on Amazon. For safety and heath,Pls do not buy from counterfeit brand.
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Fully revised and with a new chapter and international case studies, this second edition of the best-selling book traces how artists and designers continue to adapt and incorporate 3D printing technology into their work and explains how the creative industries are directly interfacing with this new technology.
Covering a broad range of applied art practice – from fine art and furniture-design to film-making – Stephen Hoskins introduces some of his groundbreaking research from the Centre for Fine Print Research along with an updated history of 3D print technology, a new chapter on fashion and animation, and new case studies featuring artists working with metal, plastic, ceramic and other materials.
A fascinating investigation into how the applied arts continue to adapt to new technologies and a forecast of what developments we might expect in the future, this book is essential reading for students, researchers studying contemporary art and design and professionals involved in the creative industries.
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