- Unique combination of ceramic powder and polymer
- Fire your 3D projects into hard pottery
- Some special requirements to print from your 3D Printer
Latest creation from German inventor, Kai Parthy, LayCeramic is a specialty clay-filled filament intended for kiln firing into hard pottery. LayCeramic is currently an experimental material that requires certain specifications for your printer. A full metal hotend from PRUSA or E3D is required. Quick and effective warming and good cooling fans are necessary. Once printed, the object will need to be heat treated in a kiln. This material will experience some shrinking when the polymer is debind from the clay during the kiln firing.
Printing temperature: 250 - 260 degC
Weight: At least 1kg; exact weight of each spool will be written on each spool
Filament Size: 2.85mm