The water-soluble filaments are primarily used to occupy negative space during a 3D print. These filaments are used to fill gaps designed in objects and allow the print to be suspended over air. Following printing, the object can be placed in water, and the water-soluble material will completely dissolve, leaving empty space.
This launch adds to their line of electrically conductive filaments (press release) and Nylon 680 filaments (press release) which have FDA approval for indirect food contact, and have superior strength and physical attributes when compared to consumer-grade materials currently on the market.
Graphene 3D Lab sells filaments through several channels, including their web site at BlackMagic3D.com.
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