3D Fuel 3D Printer Filament

3D Fuel 3D Printer Filament

USA made, veteran owned 3D-Fuel provides the finest 3D printing filament in the world. Advanced or A- PLA filaments combine high heat resistance with high strength characteristics to produce the best performing PLA filament on the planet. A-PLA outperforms ABS plastic in several key areas making the oil based petro-chemical even less desirable especially in our children’s bedrooms.

  • 3D Fuel Advanced PLA™ Filament is produced from high heat grade PLA, which was developed specifically for the manufacturing of 3D printer filament. High heat grade resin exhibits improved heat-resistance and has faster crystallization rates.
When using 3D Fuel filament made from this resin, you
can expect: low odor, higher print detail/resolution, excellent first layer adhesion, improved adhesion between layers, and reduced warping, curling and failed prints (as reported by the resin manufacturer).
  • 3D Fuel Ingeo™ PLA Filament is produced from harvested plant sugars that are converted to lactic acid.  A safe material naturally present in our bodies and in many of our foods, this lactic acid building block is transformed into Ingeo™, a performance thermoplastic with physical characteristics and performance tailored for filament production and printing. Ingeo™ PLA has a quick transition from molten to solid, enabling it to provide more detail than most other plastics.
  • 3D Fuel Biome3D™ is a unique material with a silky texture that will help 3D prints stand out in a sea of 3D printed parts and prototypes.  It is a plant-based plastic that is biodegradable and is less brittle and more flexible than standard PLA filaments. Like PLA, Biome3D™‘s thermal and flow characteristics allow you to achieve excellent 3D printed detail. 3D print with minimal shrinkage, cracking or warping.

Posted on

January 20, 2016


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