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Re: Stainless steel and Magnetic PLA filaments

Thanks -- sorry, newbie error, I didn't see that on the site.

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Jmtyra wrote:

Thanks -- sorry, newbie error, I didn't see that on the site.


no prob. Just wanted to make sure you saw it.

SD2 with E3D, SD Press, Form 1+
Filastruder
NYLON (taulman): http://www.soliforum.com/topic/466/nylon/

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Re: Stainless steel and Magnetic PLA filaments

any extruded material is only as strong as the plastic etc that bonds it together. as its just fine dust inbedded into the base material that melts. and yes if the "powdered" material is harder than extruder parts it will be abrasive towards those softer parts just like when using a drill or saw blade on hard materials the blades suffer the end results.

only Laser powder type printers can 'weld' metals etc together. so  for the 'desk top 3D printer' industry, these type exotic filaments are mostly for looks with some practical uses for conducting electricity, flexibility, etc. the metals are mostly for costume jewelry and art. but still in demand due to what can be made using 3D tech now.

Solidoodle 2 with Deluxe kit cover & glass bed with heater. and 2nd board SD2 used not 3rd and alum platform not installed yet still wood. also need cooling fan installed to board. use Repetier Host couple vers. Slic3r also have all free ware STL programs

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Got an email mine was shipped today

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got mine today and I'm testing with it as we speak. So far 230 c for the hotend and 70 c on a glass bed seems to be right for the stainless steel pla. gunna buff on it in a bit.

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Be sure to find a good home for your results in a new thread in the Filaments section of the forum.
Looking forward to your results since I still haven't gotten said email hmm

Printit 8.10 printer
Multiple SD2s- Bulldog XL, E3D v5/v6/Lite6, Volcano, Hobb Goblin, Titan, .9 motor, Lawsy carriages, direct Y drive, fishing line...the list goes on
Filawinder and Filastruder #1870.....worth every penny!

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Carbon Fiber PLA Specification

carbon fiber reinforced pla

Flexural Strength: 57 MPa

Liquefying Temperature: 190°C - 230°C

Elasticity: 45.5MPa

Extension at Break :(73°F) 320%

Standard Tolerance :± 0.05mm

Layer Thickness : 3mm

Shore Hardness :45D

Thickness: 1.3 g/cm3 (1300 kg/m3)

Heat Deflection: 21% to 85°C

Shrinkage: Very Low, When Cooling to Elevated Ambient Temperature

3d printing sevice surat india

thanks
visit:http://vexmatech.com

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Re: Stainless steel and Magnetic PLA filaments

Carbon Fiber PLA Specification

carbon fiber reinforced pla

Flexural Strength: 57 MPa

Liquefying Temperature: 190°C - 230°C

Elasticity: 45.5MPa

Extension at Break :(73°F) 320%

Standard Tolerance :± 0.05mm

Layer Thickness : 3mm

Shore Hardness :45D

Thickness: 1.3 g/cm3 (1300 kg/m3)

Heat Deflection: 21% to 85°C

Shrinkage: Very Low, When Cooling to Elevated Ambient Temperature

3d printing sevice surat india

thanks
visit:http://vexmatech.com