- Durable, rubber-like, rough, easy-to-feed filament
- Same type of elasticity as natural rubber
- Colorable and dye-able
- Ideal for printing rough rubber objects such as shoe soles or dampers
Another innovative material hits the market from German inventor, Kai Parthy. SOLAY is an elastic filament dedicated to rubber-like things. When printed objects take on a rough, stonewash vintage appearance. Wearable properties of SOLAY is great for those especially interested in fashion. This unique material can be colored on with permanent markers or died with ethyl-alcohol inks. It is ideal for printing rough rubber objects such as shoe soles. In short, it is the perfect filament for creating wearables.
Printing temperature: 175 - 190 degC
Print Bed temperature: 20 - 60 degC
Filament Size: 1.75mm