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Includes the following 5 hardened steel nozzle sizes:
Hardened steel nozzles for filament printing on the MAAM. Recommended for printing with fiber reinforced materials.
Includes the following 5 copper nozzle sizes:
Copper nozzles for filament printing on the MAAM.
Carbon fiber reinforced polycarbonate provides similar characteristics to glass fiber polycarbonate, with better dimensional stability during the printing process, making it less prone to warpage and distortion. Compared to glass fiber, the carbon fiber...
Glass fiber reinforced polycarbonate provides extremely high strength and moderate temperature resistance in an easily printable material. Polycarbonate should be utilized over ABS when higher strength and temperature resistance are required.
Carbon fiber reinforced ABS provides similar characteristics to glass fiber ABS, with better dimensional stability during the printing process, making it less prone to warpage and distortion. Compared to glass fiber, the carbon fiber provides higher...
Glass fiber reinforced ABS is a cost effective material that has been optimized for maximum printability on the MAAM. It is ideal for most general purpose applications that do not require high temperature resistance or chemical resistance.
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The advanced starter kit is designed to get you started printing successfully right away, and keep you stocked up for weeks of production printing.
Included in the advanced starter kit is:
(3) 23lb PLA
(1) 23lb PLA Prime
(3) 23lb ABS
(1) 23lb ABS...
The basic starter kit is designed to get you started printing successfully right away with a variety of materials.
Included in the basic starter kit is:
(1) 15lb PLA
(1) 5lb PLA Prime
(1) 15lb ABS
(1) 5lb ABS Prime
(1) 15lb PETG
Polycarbonate is an extremely tough and durable thermoplastic material with high heat deflection and impact resistance. This material can be bent without breaking, so it is ideal for applications where some minor flexibility is required.
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PETG is a co-polyester used in 3D printing often because of its durability and strength, as well as its transparency. It is a semi-rigid material with good impact resistance, but it has a slightly softer surface which makes it prone to wear.
ABS Prime is an advanced thermoplastic material with many of the same qualities as standard ABS. The main differences are a higher tensile yield strength, higher flexural strength, better processing capabilities, and better dimensional stability.
ABS filament is used by a variety of manufacturing industries for parts requiring structural integrity and detail, and is ideal for “wear and tear” projects. It is commonly used in rapid prototyping environments to test product impact...