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  • Nylon Carbon Fiber Filaments for Original Prusa i3 MK3 Printed Parts

    Printing durable parts for Original Prusa i3 MK3 printer using Nylon Carbon Fiber Filaments.
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  • Printing of Cup using PCTPE

    To test our PCTPE filament, we decided to print a cup design downloaded from Thingiverse Cup. Thing: 49834. The output is very good and the printer used is Replicator 2X with heated bed and glass plate. Heated bed temperature set to 40 deg C and glass plate lightly coated with UHU glue stick. Extruder temperature is 230 deg C similar to normal ABS printing temperature. Print it with open top and sliced using Simplify 3D software. Printing in progress. Print results: Printed cup with the PCTPE spool.

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  • PCTPE High Strength and Flexible 3D Filament

    PCTPE has several unique features that allow any user to print a highly flexible part with the added durability of our nylon polymers.  This combination of polymers was developed specifically to allow anyone using current FFF 3D Printers to print parts from durable prosthetics to complete cosplay wearable outfits, cell phone enclosures as well as highly flexible utility/industrial parts.  The flexibility of PCTPE means that the end parts will have the smooth lustrous texture of nylon, the added flexibility offered by a rubber like TPE, yet maintain the high durability and non-delaminating benefits of all taulman3D Printing materials.The list of...

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  • Printing Taulman Bridge Filament on Replicator 2

    Here are my notes on printing of Bridge filament from Taulman3D. I tried it on Makerbot Replicator 2 with UHU glue stick and heated build plate. According to Taulman, there is no need for heated build plate. My settings are as follows: Extruder Temperature: 245 deg C Printing Speed: 40mm/s Platform Temperature: 70 deg C Thin layer of UHU stick glue on the surface. Platform heated nicely….   Printing time...   And after 15 minutes, a strong and rugged part is ready..     Verdict: Part printed using Taulman Bridge is very strong, good layer bonding and more flexible compared...

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