Biofil is a composite material. Its main ingredients are: polycaprolactone (PCL), polyester, starch, lignin, natural resin, waxes and oils, natural fatty acids, cellulose and natural fibers.
Filament biofil is made of biopolymer consisting of 100% natural ingredients. They decompose for up to 12 weeks (industrial compost). Biofil has a wide range of applications: from machine parts, to decorative elements, dishes, to use in creating toys and furniture. Biofil prints can be subjected to mechanical processing (grinding, turning, drilling, etc.) and painting.
Biofil is characterized by the simplicity of printing. Durable
Biofil prints perfectly absorb the color
The printing can easily be machined, for example, by grinding
Biofil is a material that can reduce /shrink when printing. In order to prevent the material from shrinking, the risk of 3D printing should be minimized. This can be done using a closed chamber. If you do not have your printer covered, it is worth at least to close the doors and windows in the room and prevent drafts. Be sure to turn off the printing of printing for the first and preferably the first few layers.
How to print?
Recommended print temperature: 210 -240 ° C
Washer heating: 60-80 ° C
Material flow: 100-110 %
nozzle diameter: & gt; = 0.4 mm < BR /> Print speed: 20-80 mm /s
cooling: 50 -100 (from the second layer)
|Diameter:||± 0,05 mm|
|Bed temperature:||60 - 80° C|
|Nozzle temperature:||210-240 °C|