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  • Lay-Brick (Ceramic)

    Lay Filaments

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    Filament made of sandstone that recreates a surface finish similar to stone or ceramic.

    Lay-Brick is a filament made for 3D printing with sandstone and binding polymer that creates a surface finish similar to a stone or ceramic object.

    Besides varying the extrusion temperature the surfaces are more or less rough. Lay-Brick is like the Laywoo-D3 indicated for 3D printing of decorative pieces. The combination of the new geometries that are possible to manufacture thanks to 3D printing and the various possibilities of surface finish featuring Lay-Brick allow you to create innovative decorative pieces.

    Once the Lay-Brick used in your 3D printer filament it is highly recommended you remove the remaining filament, filament upload to extrude PLA for one minute at high temperature (230 ºC). This will eliminate shape inside the printhead any remaining Lay-Brick filament which could cause jamming of the nozzle. In the tab usage tips you will find more information about how to use this strand in your 3D printer and you get the best printing results you risk to spoil or damage some of the components.

    Machinable Machinable
    Fiber reinforced Fiber reinforced
    Hide color variations (Hide color variations)

    The nozzle temperature may range from 165 and 210ºC. Less rough surfaces are obtained at low temperatures. As temperature increases, more rough and harsh surfaces are produced. When printing is finished, it is recommendable inserting PLA filament and charging it for 30 seconds in order to remove the remains of LayBrick inside the extruder. This avoids the extruded to be blocked when printing again.

    Masterspool format

    The 250 g. format of the Lay-Brick filament can sometimes cause problems during the printing process because it does not include a spool that helps the correct supply of material from the 3D printer.

    To avoid this type of problem when printing this and other filaments that are sold in masterspool format you can use a variable spool holder. Thanks to the use of this device, all kinds of tangles and overlaps derived from the absence of a spool are largely avoided.

    General information
    Manufacturer Kai Parthy-LayFilaments (Germany)
    Material Sandstone with bonding polymer
    Format Pack of 50g
    Roll of 250g
    Density -
    Diameter of filament 1.75 or 2.85 mm
    Diameter tolerance ±0,1 mm
    Filament length -
    Color White
    RAL/Pantone -
    Print settings
    Printing temperature 165-210ºC
    Print bed temperature 20-40ºC
    Chamber temperature Not necessary
    Cooling fan Recommended
    Nozzle diameter >0.40 mm
    Mechanical properties
    Izod impact strength -
    Charpy impact strength -
    Elongation at break -
    Tensile strength -
    Tensile Modulus -
    Flexural strength  -
    Flexural modulus -
    Surface hardness -
    Thermal properties
    Softening temperature -
    Melting temperature -
    Specific properties
    Transparency  Opaque
    Additional Information
    HS Code 3916.9
    Diameter roll (outer) 200 mm
    Diameter roll (inner hole) 125 mm
    Roll  width 30 mm

    * The typical values detailed in this table should be considered as a reference. Actual values may vary depending on the 3D printer model used, part design and printing conditions. We recommend confirming the results and final properties with own tests. For more information you should consult the technical data sheet of the product.


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