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Oktoberfest may be over, but we have a freshly brewed batch of Buzzed - Beer Filament now in stock! Yes, this filament is made using waste from the beer-making process!

https://www.3dfuel.com/collections/buzzed/products/buzzed-beer-filament
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Looking for a new #3dprinting material to try out? @DigitalTrends had some great things to say about our lineup of eco-friendly materials: https://www.digitaltrends.com/cool-tech/best-3d-printer-filament/
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Just putting some more work into our new North American production facility.

#3dprinting #filament #manufacturing #itselectric #moarpower
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The Man of Steel - printed at 0.3mm layer height on a +Raise3D N2 Plus using our Industrial Gray Workday PLA filament. Even with that thick layer height the model looks great!

#3dprinting #3dprinter #modelmaking

Filament: https://www.3dfuel.com/shop/advanced-pla-battleship-gray/

Model: https://www.myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-superman-bust-63635
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Want to know more about the company behind the amazing 3D-Fuel filaments? Learn more about us from Manufacturing Today, who did a profile piece on us back in January! #3dprinting
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A new, easy-to-use water soluble material for supports, HydroSupport.
Water soluble filaments for #3Dprinting have been around for a while but most, such as PVA, are difficult to work with. In an effort to offer a better support material, today we're introducing a new water soluble material, HydroSupport.

Because it dissolves in water, HydroSupport only needs to be soaked a few hours to easily work supports off by hand, or 12-24 hours to dissolve completely. The process can be sped up further by using warm water and agitation. HydroSupport is non-toxic, meaning it can be washed down the drain without harming the environment or wildlife.

HydroSupport has a high tensile strength and feels like PLA when printing is complete. Use it as a support material to print large overhangs, intricate inner geometry, and deep cavities.

Learn More: http://www.3dfuel.com/3d-fuel-introduces-new-water-soluble-filament/

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A new, easy-to-use water soluble material for supports, HydroSupport.
Water soluble filaments for #3Dprinting have been around for a while but most, such as PVA, are difficult to work with. In an effort to offer a better support material, today we're introducing a new water soluble material, HydroSupport.

Because it dissolves in water, HydroSupport only needs to be soaked a few hours to easily work supports off by hand, or 12-24 hours to dissolve completely. The process can be sped up further by using warm water and agitation. HydroSupport is non-toxic, meaning it can be washed down the drain without harming the environment or wildlife.

HydroSupport has a high tensile strength and feels like PLA when printing is complete. Use it as a support material to print large overhangs, intricate inner geometry, and deep cavities.

Learn More: http://www.3dfuel.com/3d-fuel-introduces-new-water-soluble-filament/

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A new, easy-to-use water soluble material for supports, HydroSupport.
Water soluble filaments for #3Dprinting have been around for a while but most, such as PVA, are difficult to work with. In an effort to offer a better support material, today we're introducing a new water soluble material, HydroSupport.

Because it dissolves in water, HydroSupport only needs to be soaked a few hours to easily work supports off by hand, or 12-24 hours to dissolve completely. The process can be sped up further by using warm water and agitation. HydroSupport is non-toxic, meaning it can be washed down the drain without harming the environment or wildlife.

HydroSupport has a high tensile strength and feels like PLA when printing is complete. Use it as a support material to print large overhangs, intricate inner geometry, and deep cavities.

Learn More: http://www.3dfuel.com/3d-fuel-introduces-new-water-soluble-filament/

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Water soluble filaments for #3Dprinting have been around for a while but most, such as PVA, are difficult to work with. In an effort to offer a better support material, today we're introducing a new water soluble material, HydroSupport.

Because it dissolves in water, HydroSupport only needs to be soaked a few hours to easily work supports off by hand, or 12-24 hours to dissolve completely. The process can be sped up further by using warm water and agitation. HydroSupport is non-toxic, meaning it can be washed down the drain without harming the environment or wildlife.

HydroSupport has a high tensile strength and feels like PLA when printing is complete. Use it as a support material to print large overhangs, intricate inner geometry, and deep cavities.

Learn More: http://www.3dfuel.com/3d-fuel-introduces-new-water-soluble-filament/

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HydroSupport - Water Soluble Support Filament from 3D-Fuel
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