1.0kg of 3.00mm LAYCeramic filament, spooled and ready for 3D printing.
Note on amount: each spool has a slightly different amount of filament, which will always be at least 1kg. The exact weight of each spool will be written on each spool - as can be seen in the images to the left.
From the developer of some of our favorite filaments like LAYWOO-D3 and LAYBRICK, LAYCERAMIC might just jump to the top of our specialty filament list. The reason this experimental filament is so cool? It is meant for firing into hard pottery!
This unique filament is a combination of ceramic powder and polymer. When heated further after extrusion by use of a kiln, the polymer portion will debind (250-500C), allowing the remaining ceramic portion to sinter (1200C). Sintering will cause the object to shrink about 20-25 percent. Once this process is complete, the print can then be glazed.