3D Printing Materials

Dr. 3D Printer ( Different filaments )

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Dr. 3D Printer ( Different filaments )

Our Dr.3D Printer series Mr. Thomas Sanladerer is going to describe to us what is the difference in filaments.


California Design-2-part show

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California Design-2-part show

We always think, if we buy 3d printer. What about material. This convention is filled with information regarding 3d printing, material, material suppliers, design, software etc. 🙂

Northern California Design-2-Part Show

May 24 & 25, 2017

Santa Clara Convention Center • Santa Clara, CA
Wednesday 9:30-4:00 and Thursday 9:30-4:00




Curious about Nano Technology

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Curious about Nano Technology


Curious about Nano Technology ———————————— October 9th is the National Nanotechnology Day. Nano technology uses nano particles, those particles are very useful in our every day life style. It can protect our cell phone from water damage, we can make our clothes on demand, we can design, and we protect our house from water damage. […]

via Curious about Nano Technology — SV3DPRINTER.com

3D Printing Materials: Metal mixed with ABS or PLA

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3D Printing Materials: Metal mixed with ABS or PLA

According to the Some vendors,” they provide filaments based on metal.  These filaments mix metal with ABS, thereby allowing desktop 3D printers to be able to use them.  Most of these filaments can be printed at the temperature similar to PLA or ABS used in the filament.  Examples of these filaments are as follows”.

Bronzefill Filament:  A bronze fill filament is made of eighty per cent bronze and twenty per cent PLA. Having a mix of metal and PLA allows the filament to work with desktop 3D printers.  A bronze fill 3D printed object can be polished to make it shine.  A similar filament is copper fill filament that is made of copper particles mixed with PLA.


Proto-Pasta’s Stainless Steel Filament: A filament called Proto-Pasta’s Stainless Steel combines PLA with finely ground stainless steel particles. The 3D printed object has the steel like properties including weight, density, and texture.  The proto-pasta filament is not stronger than PLA because the steel is in powdered form.  Nor is the proto-pasta filament conductive because the steel particles are separated by PLA.



Proto-Pasta’s Magnetic Iron Filament: Proto-Pasta’s magnetic iron filament is made of PLA and iron powder.  It acts like iron and is attracted towards magnets.  It even rusts like iron.  However, since the iron particles are separated by PLA, the magnetic iron filament is not conductive.


Tungsten Metal ABS Filament: Another metal filament called GMASS Tungsten Metal ABS Filament includes ABS and Tungsten.  Adding tungsten to ABS gives the filament a metal feel and also makes it heavier like metal.  Also, the material has radiation shielding properties.


Bismuth Metal ABS filament:  Another metal filament is GMASS Bismuth Metal ABS filament made of ABS and bismuth.  This filament is also radiation shielding (but contains no lead) and can be used for creating parts for use in medical environments.