For earth color model designs, the Wood 3D Filament will help you bring your wooden tone stencils into reality. Whether your looking to create pots, clays, jars, mugs, trees, branches, log and other terra color creations, the 3D Wooden Filament is for you.
This 3D wood filament is universally developed to be compatible with majority of 3D Printers that has 1.75mm diameter filament size. This Wood PLA Hybrid is made with real fine wooded particles, engineered from thermoplastic material without the need for heated print bed.
- Type: Wood 3D Filament
- Material: PLA based
- Form: Solid
- Diameter: 1.75mm
- Color: wood
- Spool Diameter: 7.88″
- Spool Width: 2.69″
- Spool Hub Hole Diameter: 2.20″
- Printing temperature: 195°C – 230°C
- Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature: 175°C – 220°C (347°F – 428°F)
- Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 8.4 x 2.8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3.2 pounds
- Includes: 1KG (2.2 lb) Spool Wood 3D Printer Filament Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant
Manufactured in a blend of plant-based materials, wood particles, and polymers, the Wood Filament for 3d Printing allow you create earth tone model projects and designs. You’ll achieve that turf and ground finish that you always wanted. The 3D print wooden colored objects that you can create is endless from jars of clay, model trees, pots, log houses, planks, benches and more!
Why you should love the Wood 3D Filament? It has less warping, easy to use and requires no heated bed. The engineered filament can help you bring out your creativity and achieve all your woody and timber colored stencils.
This wood filament has similar composite filaments from standard PLA, as it’s infused with finely dust wood properties. The PLA material gets fused with varieties of powdered forest materials such as bamboo, cork, pine, cedar, fir, oak, softwood and other arboreal derivatives. The wood filaments available right now consists of based material like PLA and around 30%-60% wooded fibers.
The filaments are manufactured to be compatible for 3D printer use and allow printed 3D drawings to be distinctly wood with their finish. Using wood filaments provides superior aesthetics compared to ordinary plastic filaments.
The prints made from wooden filaments provide that wooden furniture like finish. The filaments comes with natural grainy feel of typical tree. The layer lines that would usually appear in most 3D prints can likewise be lightly sanded and you’ll achieve a unique blend of overall granural aesthetic that you’ll not easily achieve with a regular brown color filament. Overall, the wood filaments provide a wooden finish print without going through complex process of woodworking.
The Wooden 3D filaments are generally easy to use as it has low warp properties or shrinkage. This should allow you to maximize the cooling in your 3D printing, allowing you to build more model designs. The matrix of fine-grained wooden materials is based on standard PLA. This means you should set printer settings used mostly with PLA. The wood filaments generally have less abrasive quality compared to materials like carbon fiber or metal filaments, so it’s compatible in most types of nozzles.
Not like other composite filament materials, wood is biodegradable. The mixture of PLA and wood brings in eco-friendly composite filament. This means anything you want to print with wooden 3D filament can break down in compost as soon as its disposed.
Since, it’s a blend from wooden dust materials, wooden filaments may emit wood-like smell during the 3D printing process. Still, this filament is based on PLA, so the final printed design somehow inherit this woody smell to a lesser degree.
Keep in mind that wood particles in the filaments often react with applied heat. This gives the color changes when exposed to hot temperatures. Generally, 3D wood filaments develop prints in various shades of dark and rich earth colors when the temperature is changed.
You can leave your wood print as it is and it should be fine, though at first look, it can be bland. To achieve that true wood colors, you can sand to get grainy finish. After that, the print can likewise be painted with finishing compounds such as wood lacquer, varnish, or finishing wood oil. Using these compounds provide your print vibrant color, while it also help keeping moisture out and preserving the print.
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