Watch the YouTube video on the preparation of a MOLDLAY project.
- Near zero warping
- Can be printed without a heated bed
- Prints at temperatures of 175 – 185° C
- Molds must be treated at ~ 270°C in an old baking oven
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United Kingdom - 3D FilaPrint
Note: All filament weights include packaging. Average weight for 10 metres of 1.75mm filament (without packaging) is 15 gms and 5 metres of 3mm filament is 35 gms.
Samples are shipped in a clear resealable bag, with a small sachet of silica gel.
Manufacturer recommended printer temperatures.
If neccessary the maximum drying temperature for MOLDLAY is 50°C. Depending on the printer model, the print temperature can be around 175°C - 185°C. Using Kapton & ABS paint. Print bed should be at a maximum of 30°C. Make sure you leave about 20 mins for your printed item to cool down before removing from the print bed.
Little visible dots in the filament do not harm your cast.
Above temperatures are a guide only. Information taken from the packaging of a single coil of MOLDLAY.
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