Thermochanging 3D Printing Filament.
At a low temperature the colour is Green and as the temperature increases the filament turns Yellow and when cools goes back toGreen, just holding it in your warm hand can change the colour tone.
The filament is delivered to you FREE OF CHARGE in a sealed, clear plastic bag, complete with a sachet of silica gel.
The Traffic Cone that you see was created using a MakerBot Replicator 2 X 3D Printer, taking approximately 185 centimetres of (Standard Red) and 85 centimetres of (Fluorescent Green) filament. So that’s roughly 4 traffic cones per 10 metres – enough for a roadblock!
(1) High precision dimension with 1.75+/-0.10mm range – creating a high quality finish
(2) Good roundness with 1.75+/-0.07mm range – creating a high quality finish