FibreTuff ® is an advanced biomaterial compound for 3D Printing. The FibreTuff has anisotropic behavior which has greater strength in one direction. The FibreTuff has a surface texture, as well as appearance similar to bone like cadaver models.
If you need 3D Printer Parts made with FibreTuff, established Service and Design Center are located throughout the US.
Viscus Biologics - Cleveland OH
DelRay Systems - Rochester Hills, MI
nScrypt - Orlando, Florida
3D Lifeprints - London
FibreTuff is 3D Printer agnostic, less expensive thermoplastic composition made with cellulose versus the other highly engineered resins for 3D Printer filament . Savings can be in excess of 30 to 40% with improved performance.
FibreTuff biomaterials can produce bone like skull caps for functional models used by medical centers and physicians. FibreTuff PAPC II was processed on 3D Printer to make these skull caps.
FibreTuff compounds for capacitive touch applications.See 3D Printer nScrypt Utilizes FibreTuff's PEEK Alternative PAPC 3D Printing Filaments
FibreTuff requires a heated build plate on a 3D Printer. Utilizing EZ-STIK GeckoTek build plate with 225C nozzle temperature and heated bed at 95C with PAPC II is preferred. https://www.geckotek.co/collections/build-plates/products/ez-stik-hot-build-plate
To adhere the FibreTuff to a 3D Printer heated bed - PVA water soluble breakaway, a glue stick or adhesive sheet is required. Magigoo is a preferred adhesive https://magigoo.comCube Glue from 3D Systems is a good choice for increasing bed adhesion with FibreTuff.
All FibreTuff biomaterials for FDM 3D Printer require a heated bed. The heated bed temperatures recommended for the FibreTuff I can range from 80 C to 110 C.