Taulman has developed this unique, low-shrinkage PETT copolymer as an FFF 3D printing filament. It is considered “optically correct” or “water clear,” and is a food and beverage safe thanks to its chemical composition, 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.
TAULMAN3D’S T-GLASE 3D PRINTING FILAMENT IS EASY TO PRINT AND FEATURES IMPRESSIVE MECHANICAL PROPERTIES
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.
Taulman3D White t-glase 3D printing filament is ideal for creating functional prototypes for new products such as this T-grip.
A LOW-ODOR, RECYCLABLE 3D PRINTING FILAMENT SOLUTION
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 with confidence. This material is not biodegradable like PLA, but it is 100% reclaimable and possesses a resin ID code recyclable rating of “1.”
A functional fixture 3D printed with Taulman3D White t-glase. Taulman3D t-glase is strong, durable, and stable.
- Recommended nozzle temperature: 235°C - 240°C
- Recommended print bed temperature: 60°C
- Parts cooling fan: On
- Download the MSDS here!