The Heritage Brick and Clay filaments give the effects of objects made out of clay, whether it be the traditional “red brick” look or a more standard clay-like appearance. The Heritage Brick material actually has microscopic brick dust mixed in with the polymer blend, while the Clay does the same with real clay particles.
What kind of filament do you use for 3D printing? Do you use filament at all? Most of the people I know working with filament-based 3D printers rely on PLA and ABS. Everyone loves Ninjaflex, but there are hundreds of filaments to choose from. Chances are, if you’ve already invested the money to buy a desktop 3D printer, you may be less impressed by the news of the top-down DLP printers like Carbon 3D, who have yet to release any information about how much their machine will cost.
Cannabis has been in the news quite a bit lately, mostly for issues related to marijuana. Whether it has been the use of marijuana for medical purposes or for recreational use, there has been much political debate lately over whether or not it should be legalized. No matter what side of the argument you stand on, it’s pretty safe to say that when it comes to hemp use, the debate is not nearly as two-sided.
The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia (IAAC) takes on cutting edge education and research to prepare students to meet the challenges regarding the construction of habitable structures. Based in Barcelona, IAAC boasts faculty and students from more than 35 countries who work on problems from understanding cities to building to manufacturing.
Although the most basic filaments may be forgettable if they ever become lost, stolen or damaged, a new generation of filaments that cost significantly more per reel - including filaments made with carbon fiber or those that have been officially approved for use in zero gravity conditions - are likely to warrant more concern over their safekeeping.