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3D Fuel Biome3D Filament - Kg (2.2 lbs.) Spool

  • $ 4499


Biome3D is a sustainable solution for 3D printing that combines ease of processing with a superior finish. Biome3D 3D printer filament will give your 3D prints a silky, pearly finish. Biome3D‘s thermal and flow characteristics allow you to achieve excellent 3D printed detail. 3D print with minimal shrinkage, cracking or warping.

  • Excellent detail and greater range of geometries
  • No odor
  • Minimal shrinkage
  • No cracking
  • Less warping

Achieve an exceptional print finish with the pleasing silky feel, reduced brittleness and increased flexibility normally associated with oil-based filaments. Fantastic attributes from a 3D printing filament made from plants, not oil!

  • Silky feel
  • Superior surface finish
  • Excellent print quality
  • Plant-based, renewable source
  • Reduced brittleness
  • Increased flexibility

 1 Kg (2.2 lbs.) spool  

Biome3D

                                                             
Recommended Extrusion Temperature: 180°C - 210°C, In general, a good starting point is 10 degrees cooler than you typically print PLA. Nozzle temperatures exceeding 235°C should be avoided.
Recommended Nozzle size: Any Size

Recommended Retraction Settings:

0.25mm per 0.1mm of nozzle diameter

(ie. 1.25mm retraction when using a 0.5mm diameter nozzle)

Recommended Print Surface:

Hot - A heated bed is not necessary, though if you have one, set it to 45 C.

Cold - Blue Painter's tape, Glass with a coat of glue, or BuildTak surfaces

Print Cooling fan?

Print cooling fans are highly recommended and usually result in a very noticeable improvement in the appearance of the print. Print cooling fans also greatly improve the ability to bridge gaps and print overhanging areas without support.

Technical Data Sheet
Safety Data Sheet

Biome3D is the creation of UK manufacturer Biome Bioplastics, one of the leading developers of intelligent, natural plastics. Their mission is to produce bio-plastics that can challenge the dominance of oil-based polymers and ultimately replace them completely.


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