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Why Choose CREOZONE Wood 3D Printer Filament
●Our wood filament displays less warping
●Our wood filament is fits for most commercially available FDM 3D printers.
●Our wood filament has a sweet odor of wood, and the printed objects will generally have an elegant look.
CREOZONE Wood 3D Printer Filament Specific
●1.75 mm Diameter
●+/- 0.03 mm Tolerance
●190°C – 210°C（374°F – 410°F）Recommended Nozzle Temperature
●360 yd / 330 m One Spool
How to Store CREOZONE Wood 3D Printer Filament
●Keep material in sealed bag until ready for use.
●Avoid Water. Keep in dry place.
●Keep away from heat.
- 40% Recycled Wood / 1 KG (approximately 2.20 lbs) Spool
- 1.75mm Filament Diameter (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm)
- Wood 3D Printer Filament Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant
- Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 190°C – 210°C (274°F -410°F)
- Be careful with the temperature at which you print wood, as too much heat can result in an almost burnt or caramelized appearance. On the other hand, the base appearance of your wooden creations can be greatly improved with a little post-print processing!
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Most students will work with a plastic when making things with a 3D printer, but that is only scratching the surface of materials that can be used in these machines. This book takes a look at the different materials that can be used by 3D printers, what those materials can make, and the advantages and disadvantages for each.
3D Printing for Fashion is the first book that has been designed to give both designers and industry leaders access to the conceptual and practical knowledge needed to participate in what promises to be the biggest cultural/social transformation since the last industrial revolution.
Organized around the three key topics of materials/production technologies, computational geometry/simulation and design methodologies, 3D Printing for Fashion will provide both design students and industry professionals with the know-how, skills and confidence needed to critically engage with a rapidly evolving design landscape of tools, materials and software applications. The book will crucially unpack emerging design methodologies through a series of project-driven step-by-step tutorials and will demystify complex new design and manufacturing processes through interviews with leaders in the design and 3D printing industries.