3D Printing Filament
What is Filament
Filament refers to a material that is drawn into a thin wire, and the thin wire is coiled into a coil when it leaves the factory. Filament of different materials generally have different diameters. The Filament used in a certain industry generally has the diameter size standard of the industry.
3D printing Filament
3D printing filament refers to thermoplastic materials used in 3d printers with FDM technology. There are usually two standard diameters: 1.75mm and 2.85mm. It melts when heated to a certain temperature, and solidifies when cooled. FDM uses this principle to print.
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How is 3D printing filament made
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3D printing filament in Lava
There are many kinds of filaments in Lava. Customers can choose freely. For example, PEEK filament, ULTEM™ 1010 filament, ULTEM® 9085 filament, PPSF/PPSU filament, ABS filament, ABS-M30 filament, ABS ESD7 filament, long carbon fiber reinforced filament, PETG filament, PLA filament, PC filament, PA filament, PA-CF filament, ABS-FR filament, ASA filament, etc.
The following are filament products printed with FDM: