3D PRINTING SUCCESS
Factors of 3D Printing Success
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Most 3D printer filament is hygroscopic meaning it is susceptible to absorbing moisture which causes part inconsistency, failed prints and can even cause printer damage.
Palitra filament is non-hygroscopic so moisture isn’t absorbed. This eliminates several common issues with 3D printing.
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Solid Bed Adhesion
Part warping or curling ruins parts and can even damage your 3D printer. Walking away from a long print job only to return to a failed print is extremely frustrating and stops productivity.
Palitra filaments utilize internal fibers that help bond layers together keeping them flat to reduce curling & warping.
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Weak and brittle materials severely limit the functionality of printed parts. If you intend on using parts as prototypes, tools or end-use parts, durability is key.
Palitra filaments are filled with either glass or carbon fiber providing you with incredible strength and durability.
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Strength in the z-axis
The weakest point in any filament-based 3D printed part is in the z-axis. That is because each layer is stacked on top of the next so layer adhesion is critical.
Palitra filaments utilize advanced material properties along with the added fibers to fuse layers together.