Eastman and colorFabb expands 3D printing filament range with nGen
Eastman Chemical Company and colorFabb BV have expanded their 3D printing filament offering with nGen.
Made with Eastman Amphora AM3300 3D polymer, the new filament offers a wider processing temperature range for quicker printing. It is a tough, low-odor, styrene-free solution suited for a variety of 3D printing needs, noted Eastman.
“The use of this material runs the gamut of 3D-printed applications, ranging from prototyping to experimenting, and from designing to making serious money,” said Ruud Rouleaux, Managing director, colorFabb.
“In addition, nGen made with Eastman Amphora AM3300 3D polymer will allow for casual users and those who enjoy do-it-yourself projects to use a high-quality filament,” added Alex Dudal, Market Development Representative, Eastman.
At the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Eastman and colorFabb will collaborate with Aleph Objects, Inc. to show the new filament nGen supporting the LulzBot line of 3D printers.
CES 2016 will take place in Las Vegas, the US from January 6-9.