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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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3D Matter tested our popular Advanced PLA filament and found that it was a runner-up for Best All-Around filament and Best High Temperature filament. Just wait until they test our Advanced PLA PLUS!
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Just in time for Earth Day, we've released our 100% recycled PETG material, rPETG! Only $34.99/ 1kg spool and available TODAY.

PETG has fantastic optical properties, resulting in nearly transparent prints with amazing light transmission. Different layer heights and print settings will affect how your 3D printed parts pass light.

PETG is a newer printing filament with the advantage of printing easily like PLA, but offering higher temp and impact resistance like ABS.

Nearly ZERO warpage prints , extremely strong layer bonds, little to no odor at all.

http://www.3dfuel.com/shop/rpetg/

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