Hello,   My daughter has some natural rubber bath toys that she loves and I was hoping to print some more toys for her.    Obviously, there is no natural rubber filament, but are there any with the look/feel of it?   Specifically are there any natural based flexible filaments? I have seen some clean alternatives for PLA or ABS, but none yet for flexible materials. 
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Any filament that I insert into the hot end and try to extrude just ends up be coming deformed and essentially clogs the hotend. I only have used PLA filament, and I have tried changing the nozzle. I took apart the entire hotend and saw no blockages of anything kind that obstructed the filament from passing through the hotend.
I can’t retract it or pull it out. There’s absolutely no give on it. It won’t budge.   Typically I’d pull out the tube from the bottom end, and try pulling the filament on that end. But I’ve encountered another problem. I can’t get the tube out of that end.   i need some tips on how to get this out of here. I’m scared I’m gonna break something. 
For this application, the printed object will be wrapped with carbon fiber. Which material would have the strongest bond with epoxy? I have done this in the past with PLA and it seemed to bond fine but I wasn't able to test it long term. The product will be used entirely underwater and it is important that there is no water intrusion between the carbon and the printed part.    thanks
Hello, I read that 3D printers with an enclosure is better for health as they prevent the fume from spreading around the room. I cannot understand the validity of this statement because as soon as the user opens the door to take out the printout, the fume comes out from the printer and spread across the room. So, why having an enclosure is better for health?
I just bought some Tianese 1.75mm filament, it has decent reviews so I thought I would give it a try. Plus with it's cheap price I couldn't say no.   The main problem I am having is when printing with this filament, things like skirts, brims, and circles the filament doesn't fully complete the circumference leaving a tiny gap in each layer (if I am lucky enough to get that far).
Hi all, having got shot of my Form 2, I have a number of resin tanks and filled print trays that I no longer need.  I also have one (1) unopened, sealed, print tray.  All of the tanks have been used and vary in the amount in them, as follows:   Durable (FLDUCL01) - 6 prints, 0.2L used Tough (FLTOTL03) - 7 prints, 0.3L used Grey (FLGPGR03) - 1 print, virtually full
Hi, Just a general question about filament feed during long duration prints, I find the filament suffers from cross windings on the reel and when I am printing I periodically have to pull off lengths of filament and clear the cross feeds, at one time I even broke the filament trying to pull it off the reel.
Hey Guys, Today we have launched one of our new products called FilaKit. FilaKit is the affordable way to try exotic filaments. Every month we ship you 4 1.75mm exotic filaments. We get our filaments from popular filament companies such as Proto-Pasta. Each sample is approximately 40 grams or 11 meters. Each sample is sealed in a bag with desiccant to keep it fresh.
Green is pigmented and giving bubbles off-white is pure abs and is not giving bubble
Dear friends.. I a a filamant manufacturer from India, I have setup a small filamant production machine (30m/min). I am manufacturing it for 3d pen. I am facing a problem.. When I make filament of pure abs with no colour added, it prints fine... but as soon as I add up some pigment in it, it starts giving alot of bubbles. And it happens only when I add pigment in the abs..

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