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Laywoo d3 3mm 3D Printer Filament
Laywoo d3 3mm 3D Printer Filament
Laywoo d3 3mm 3D Printer Filament
Laywoo d3 3mm 3D Printer Filament
Laywoo d3 3mm 3D Printer Filament

Laywoo d3 3mm 3D Printer Filament

Product Code: LAY-WOO-3MM
  • Filament Brand: Kai Parthy
  • Filament Colour: Brown
  • Filament Diameter: 3mm
  • Filament Weight: 250gms
Another fine filament from Orbi-Tech, looks like wood, smells like wood, all from a mixture of plastic and recycled wood. Different printing temperatures creates alternative colour tones.

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£26.40 Inc Vat
£22.00 Exc Vat

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  • Availability: In Stock
  • You will earn 26 loyalty points with this purchase worth £0.26 that you can use on this order.

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    If you need a spool holder for this product you can either download and 3D print your own from here https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:39564 or add one to your order during your spool selection, which we have already printed for you at just £3.50 per holder.

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    The Laywoo- d3 printer filament has been developed by Kai Parthy , along with the other premium filaments LayBrick and Bendlay.   Which we also have in stock.

    The filament can be used to print objects that are crying out to be made in something that not only looks and feels like wood but also smells like it!  The filament is also available in both 3mm & 1.75mm and in a 5 Metre wrap.   This coil weighs approximately 250 gms.

    The filament is made from 40% recycled wood and 60% binding polymer, it prints like PLA and can be extruded between 175°C and 250°C.  Printing on a cold bed, however some adjustments may be necessary, depending on your printer model.

    Two great articles to read here – http://goo.gl/r8PlhY - http://goo.gl/SviNh5

    You can view some of our customers prints using Laywoo D3 here http://3dfilaprint.com/help

    The filament price has been calculated to include postage and packaging.

    You can read a thorough review of the Laywoo D3 filament by Ian Hiscock by clicking the PDF icon below.