ARMOR 3D has decided to integrate the Makers community by creating a new section in its blog: Object of the Month.
Once a month, ARMOR 3D will involve the Makers by enabling them to showcase the 3D creation of their choice (or under a given theme). The creation must be made using an Kimya filaments (PS, PLA-R or PLA-HI). The selected object will then be published on the ARMOR 3D website and social networks, with all the information about both the item created and the Maker behind the machine.
For December 2017, it’s Axelle from the YouTube channel “Le Labo d’Heliox” “Le Labo d’Heliox” who is presenting his creation based on the OWA PS filament :
Here we have Om Nom, the little monster from the puzzle game “Cut The Rope” developed by ZeptoLab and published by Chillingo since 20100.
Print parameters used:
- 3D printer used: Zortrax M200
- The filament used: PS 1.75mm Bronze
- Layer thickness: 0.09mm
- Print temperature: 260°C
- Print surface temperature: 90°C
- Print speed: Information unavailable in Z-Suite
- Support: No support
- STL file: https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:2493217 by SparkyFace5
See the Labo d’Heliox review of the PS filament bobbin:
“The advantage of this material is that it behaves exactly like an ABS but without the drawbacks. So printing is much easier. There are a lot less problems with warping (shrinking of the plastic during cooling; Editor’s note).”
– Axelle, le Labo d’Heliox