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Filaticum Fuzzy: Filaticum’s new filament with a quite distinctive surface

Hungarian-based industrial filament manufacturer, Filaticum added Filaticum Fuzzy to its material portfolio. With this new filament 3D printing fanatics can achieve a quite distinctive surface – fluffy and fuzzy.

Filaticum’s latest material development has been designed to create unique objects with a special surface. Thanks to the filament’s particular characteristics, the layers typical for FDM 3D printing are blurred, almost disappeared, as a fluffy, fuzzy surface is formed over them. All these achieved without setting a special printing skin.

Filaticum Fuzzy is PLA-based filament, therefore PLA printing settings can be used as a baseline, and then, the surface texture of the printed object can be modified by varying the printing temperature between 200 and 240 0C.

For an even more special look, with a lower flow, a surface with “craters” can be achieved.
During testing, the material also demonstrated a high impact resistance. It can be post-processed very well, and the Z-axis adhesion of the print is also better compared to standard PLA filament.

The Fuzzy spools weigh 750 grams, it costs 28,5 euro (incl. VAT), available in black, red, blue, green and yellow colours.

Find out more at filaticum.com.

All Pictures: (c) Filaticum

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