May 27, 2013

LAYBRICK - new 3d printing filament

Amazing new filament from Kai Parthy who also developed Laywoo -3d.





From product description:

LAYBRICK
a new Filament - for huge objects / architecture models
(use the entire space of your jumbo printer) 
Size of the object in video:
30 x 20 x 2 cm 11.8 x 7.9 x 0.8 inch
- very rough surface, near sandstone
- ink-able, grindable
- stics well on print bed, no heated bed necessary
- contains superfine milled natural mineralic fillers and
- harmless co-polyesters
- for architecture models / landscapes
- ideal for jumboprinters
- near zero warp !!!
- print temp: 165°C to 210°C, smooth to rough surface, 165°C less to 210°C more oozing
- you may print layer-thickness from 0.1 mm to 0.5 mm
- slicing: object fill max. 25%, fan needs to be on
- code M227 f.e. S:30000 P 10000
- wait after printing until object is hardened, then remove it from platform
- temperature stabile to about 70° Celsius
Laybrick: beta-version available at
Germany : orbi-tech.de/shop look for filaments
and ebay: search LAYBRICK
other dealers all over the world are welcome!
beta version: means that the grey colour of the filament may change in nuances, the filament is also a little maiden, it may brake while bending, you should be sure (especially during a long print) that you can feed a broken part of filament again in your printer.
It´s recommended to print in rooms with min. 20° Celsius. Colder more brittle)



It is sold here (this blog is in no way affiliated with it) for 17 € per 0,25 kg:

http://www.ebay.nl/itm/LAYBRICK-beta-0-25-Kg-3-0-mm-3d-Filament-zero-warp-architecture-model-/251281293020