Give your custom designs a timeless quality by printing them with Laybrick stone filament. Architectural models, organic shapes, and replicas print well due to the near-zero warping. Paint, sand or grind the model or even vary the print temperature to achieve a smooth finish or a rough texture.
PRODUCT ALERT (1)
Due to the mineral content of Laybrick filament, we strongly recommend using a LulzBot Tool Head with a 0.5mm nozzle for optimal 3D printing performance.
Works with: LulzBot Mini, LulzBot TAZ 6, LulzBot TAZ 5, LulzBot TAZ 1-4, LulzBot TAZ 5 Hexagon, LulzBot TAZ 6 Hexagon, LulzBot Hexagon, LulzBot Budaschnozzle, LulzBot TAZ Dual Extruder
This material shows very little warp and does not need to be printed on a heated bed. The extrusion temperature ranges similar to PLA, from 180°C - 200°C with 185°C being the normal extrusion temperature. Hotter temperatures will result in a rougher texture. In general, if you have printed with PLA you should be able to quickly start printing with the Laybrick filament.
Filament Diameter: 3 mm (0.12 inches)
Amount of Filament: 250g (0.55 lbs)
Filament color may vary
Special Tool Head Requirements: Hot end with 0.50mm nozzle recommended
Hot End Temperature Range: 185°C-215°C
Print Surface: PEI film recommended
Print Surface Temperature: 60°C
Laybrick filament ships coiled.
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