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Nefila HIPS Black – 1.75mm – 1KG

(2 customer reviews)

$18.90$29.90

Nefila HIPS is a filament made from recycled plastic extracted from electronic waste in Montreal. The filament is made with HIPS (High Impact Polystyrene) which allow impact and heat resistant 3D printings. These printing parameters are similar to ABS and almost all 3D printers are compatible with NEFILA HIPS (Heating bed is mandatory). Nefila HIPS can be dissolved with D-limonenene or Terebenthine oil and hence used to print support for specific 3D prints.

It is a good alternative to ABS, it is easier to print and it presents less wrapping when the 3D printer is placed inside an enclosure.

 

you can download our technical sheet right here :

https://nefilatek.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/03/Fiche-Technique-NEFILA-HIPS-2.pdf

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HIPS properties:

 

Packaging :

Not only our filament is eco-friendly, our packaging too. We designed our spool support inspired of the “Master Spool” that is manufactured locally from recycled material. We just have a filament support that you cannot use again, but you can still turned it into a flower pot or put it in your failed print bin. For sending we pack them under vacuums for humidity.

You can print your Nefila spool (support) with your printer by clicking on this link :

https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3292419/files

Weight 1.1 kg
Dimensions 10 × 25 × 25 cm
Taille

1Kg, 500g, 50g

2 reviews for Nefila HIPS Black – 1.75mm – 1KG

  1. Josué

    Really good plastic.
    Good bed adhesion.
    I am mostly printing mechanical part and the mechanical properties of this plastic are really for now.
    Also, I like the black matte finish.

    Printed with Ender 3, Marlin 1.1.9, E3D V6 volcano Block

  2. tvaz

    This filament brings some really nice features: made from recycled material, locally produced, easy printing, and a lovelly matte finish. It might cost a little bit more than some PLA from China, but hey, this HIPS provides you with a good level of strength in very low infill settings, so do the math!

    I hope Nefilatek keeps the good work going.

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