Filaments

The filaments of 3D NeWorld are made in Argentina for a major factories Regional monofilament , certification under ISO 9001.

3D Neworld provides research on new materials and approval for their equipment. This partnership results in optimum print quality and constant evaluation of the filaments.

Nylon

Nylon is an artificial polymer belonging to the group of polyamides. DuPont Laboratories, in 1938, produced this strong and elastic synthetic fiber. It can be used as a textile fiber or molded as hard material in the manufacture of various utensils , as handles brushes, combs , etc.
It is very strong. It tends to shrink, bending problems. It is well finished in 3D printing.

Melting point: 464-500ºF
Platform temperature: room temperature
Biodegradable: No
Recyclable: Yes

Flexible

The thermoplastic polyurethane is an existing varieties within polyurethanes. It is a linear elastomeric polymer and therefore thermoplastic. This elastomer can be formed by conventional thermoplastic processes such as injection molding, extrusion blow. It is commonly referred to as TPU (Thermoplastic Polyurethane).
It is characterized by high resistance to abrasion, wear, tear, oxygen, ozone and low temperatures. This combination of properties makes the thermoplastic polyurethane engineering plastic; therefore, it used in special applications.

Melting point: 500-527ºF
Platform temperature : room temperature
Resistant to solvents and other chemicals acetone
Ultrastretch

PLA

The polylactic acid or PLA is a polymer consisting of molecules of lactic acid, similar to those of polyethylene terephthalate (PET) used for packaging properties, but is also biodegradable. It is easily degraded into water and carbon dioxide.

It is obtained from corn starch, cassava, cassava or sugar cane. With the passage of time and the effect of the elements, the plastic loses the initial properties to decomposition into simple chemical elements, although this may take more than one hundred years. It is also recyclable, making it possible reuse after suitable process. No need hot platform.

Melting point: 330-446ºF
Platform temperature : room temperature to 60 °
Biodegradable : Yes
Recyclable : Yes

ABS

Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene or ABS is an impact-resistant (strokes) widely used in automobiles and other industrial applications as both domestic plastic. It is an amorphous thermoplastic.
It is the cheapest among the most widely used plastics. The ABS is quite versatile: Allows sanded, polished also supports acetone bath and make a very smooth finish. You can also paste with ease. The color of this plastic is matte.

Melting point: 437-500ºF
Temperature platform : 102-110º
Biodegradable : No
Recyclable : Yes

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