Taulman3D has developed this unique, low-shrinkage PETT copolymer as an FFF 3D printing filament. It is considered “optically correct” or “water clear,” and is food and beverage safe thanks to its chemical makeup, which allows light to transition easily along the path of a 3D printed thread. This filament can be used to 3D print high-strength, optically clear parts that appear glass-like for a variety of models and projects.
Those familiar with 3D printing PLA filament will find Taulman3D’s t-glase 3D printing filament to be a simple-to-use, higher performance alternative. It prints optimally at 235°C - 240°C and on a variety of print bed surfaces. Taulman3D’s t-glase 3D printing filament possesses a greater strength modulus, durability rating, and less shrinkage factor than PLA while also performing very well on parts that require bridging.
A vase model 3D printed with Taulman3D Green t-glase (right). This translucent effect can be achieved using small layer heights and thin wall settings on your 3D printer.
Taulman3D’s t-glase 3D printing filament is chemically inert and safe to use with food & beverage containers at your own risk. Because of this, it is also fume-free while printing. Freely 3D print indoors with Taulman3D’s t-glase in confidence. This material is not biodegradable like PLA, but it is 100% reclaimable and possesses a resin ID code recyclable rating of “1.”
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