We’ve added an Octoprint / Raspberry Pi time lapse camera to the custom Pink LulzBot Mini.
Step up your 3D printing with new co-polyesters.
If you’ve tried the new co-polyester 3D printing filaments like Chromastrand Inova 1800 and colorFabb nGen you know how they combine the warp and split resistance and strong bed adhesion of PLA with the strength and heat resistance of ABS, while maintaining lower fume and particulate emissions.
How do you choose? There are three Eastman Amphora series co-polyester bases:
- “Good” is Amphora 3300 is, which we carry as colorFabb nGen. nGen is a big step up from PLA in strength and temp resistance. nGen’s low price makes it a great intro to co-polyesters
- “Better” is Amphora 1800, which increases strength and heat resistance over 3300- similar to ABS. We carry it as Chromastrand Labs Inova-1800, which is a “super premium” filament with ultra low consistent dye percentage, and the most stringent dimensional and cooling managament during production. If you’ve tried other Amphora 1800s, give Inova-1800 a try and see the difference
- “Best” is Amphora 5300, which increases strength and heat resistance over 1800. We carry it as the new colorFabb HT. Amphora 5300 is nearly polycarbonate levels of temperature handling and strength, but with low fumes and easy printability!
If you’ve not tried them yet, you’re in for a treat, try some today!