thanks—we are trying to improve it every day!
not filament, just powder for powder 3D printing.
theoretically, yes! i just have to try.
nice work !
have you tried corn starch and silicon calk? that is, sugru?
howabout powdered marble and a resin?
i don’t have a Pwdr. the wood is not quite ready for market yet. look for something in 2013.
Are any of these materials (or, better but unexpected, formulas) available to the public?
we are looking to make the powders available in 2013. for formulas, i recommend you visit: http://open3dp.me.washington.edu/category/formulas/
Good to meet you, @Ronald_Rael Very nice work.
How about salt, paper, and cement polymer? You developed the powders for 3D?
One another question. Any recommendation of 3D printer with powder? (for research use)
the zcorp 310 and 310+ series are good machines for research. yes, we’ve developed these materials and hope to have them available in 2013—with the exception of paper.
@Ronald_Rael Thank you for the reply.