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  • Francofil

    Francofil is a french company focused on the development and manufacturing of 3D printing materials, specialized in the production of technical filaments for 3D FDM printing. 

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      Bio/sustainable filament based on PLA and filled with coffee grounds. Bio/sustainable filament based on PLA and filled with coffee grounds.

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      Bio/sustainable filament based on PLA and filled with mussel by-products. Bio/sustainable filament based on PLA and filled with mussel by-products.

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      Bio/sustainable filament based on PLA and filled with oyster by-products. Bio/sustainable filament based on PLA and filled with oyster by-products.

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      Bio/sustainable filament based on PLA and filled with scallop by-products. Bio/sustainable filament based on PLA and filled with scallop by-products.

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      Bio/sustainable filament based on PLA and filled with wheat particles. Bio/sustainable filament based on PLA and filled with wheat particles.

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    Innovative products

    Francofil focuses on the development of technical materials with a high degree of innovation. Among its filaments, you can find a range of biocomposed filaments with PLA matrix and filled with particles of mussel, scallop, oyster, wheat or coffee grounds.

    Francofil's development of biocomposite materials focuses on reducing environmental impact and reusing or making use of waste from different sectors, creating filaments of the highest quality with striking effects and textures.

    Quality and local manufacturing

    The high quality standards are not at odds with local manufacturing. Francofil aims to promote the local economic fabric, which is why all its production equipment has been designed and manufactured in France.

    Furthermore, as far as possible, they try to use raw materials from France. The by-products used in the biocomposite filaments also come from local sectors.