Tomorrow, November 13, the Polish manufacturer of filaments ROSA3D will for the first time present a new material that combines high thermal strength with biodegradable properties.

Nearly a year ago, ROSA3D included filaments for 3D printing in FDM technology into its assortment. Thanks to modern production technology, the manufacturer is able to precisely control the plastic feeding process, its diameter and dimension tolerance. The first material that ROSA3D introduced to the market was PET-G, with relatively low shrinkage, which allows large-size prints.

Now the offer has been extended with BioCreate material, which is characterized by an easy 3D printing process (like PLA) with low shrinkage at the same time, which allows printing on any open 3D printer. Technical specification of the material:

  • biodegradable material, decomposes in the natural environment under anaerobic conditions (compost),
  • odorless
  • approved for contact with food,
  • diameter – 1.75 mm,
  • recommended printing temperature 210-240°C,
  • recommended table temperature: 60-80°C,
  • thermal resistance of prints up to 120°C.

The material reproduces the details well. As the manufacturer declares, due to its temperature resistance, the filament responds to the wide demand of industry, allowing it to be used both in rapid prototyping and in the production of finished products. The material is available for pre-order in white, in 500 g spools.

Magdalena Przychodniak
Editor-in-Chief of the 3D Printing Center. A biomedical engineer following the latest reports on bioprinting and 3D printing in modern medicine.

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