3D printers and filaments are both obvious drivers in the 3D printing market. Filament manufacturers are developing unique filaments for the ever expanding range of 3D desktop printers.
At 3D Filaprint we have seen a significant increase over the past 10 months in the commercial take up of 3D desktop printing. Many businesses are seeing a use for 3D printing in their workplace, whether it is for a new concept/project, or to improve current workflows.
Manufacturers such as 3DXTECH, Proto-pasta, fiberlogy, Fillamentum, PolyMaker, taulman 3D have created and are creating new filaments that are fuelling that drive, for the mainstream business market.
Then there is Kai Parthy! A German chemical engineer who has been at the forefront of speciality 3D filament creation for several years. Though as yet still remains somewhat unheard of in the mainstream filament market.
3D FilaPrint has always enjoyed the specialist and unique materials that have come out of the great mind of Kai Parthy. None more so than his new filament “Growlay”.
We ran a couple of prints using the Baby Groot model https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2014307 and as it was a brand new speciality filament and we were in a rush to grow something in time for a local tech presentation we had coming up, we didn’t really mind that we had a couple of failed prints, in fact the failed prints helped with the project immensely as the unfinished prints gave a wonderful base for the mustard seeds to grow on.
At first set up a mock incubator to speed up the process but found after just two days, a sort of mould started to grow, so we removed the prints and let it grow within our unit for the next few days.
We will be adding the new Growlay filament to the list of many unique and amazing Kai Parthy filaments already available on our store. Click the image below.
For more information on the properties of the Growlay 3D printing filament goto https://bit.ly/2O89Vk1 for a full review by 3D Printing Industry.