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A Quick Peek At Our New 3D Printing Material as We Get Closer to Launch


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The background sounds of this video are strangely compelling. As is the new material of course!
#1 Henry Segerman (Homepage) on 2013-05-17 12:55 (Reply)
Bring it on! Am most definitely ready to try this new flexible material.
#2 Rob - vertigopolka (Homepage) on 2013-05-17 14:51 (Reply)
I'm VERY happy to see this material this close to being released. How many weeks? (you probably can't tell me, but I want to know!!!!! lol)

I've actually been waiting on this specific material to upgrade one of my designs. So exciting!!!!!!

I just hope we can get some prettier colors! Is it going to have a yellowish tint like the video/pictures or is that just from the lighting of the shots?

@teamshapeways keep up the great work!
#3 jman (Homepage) on 2013-05-17 16:09 (Reply)
Yeah, it is kinda yellow but I just did a quick dye test in red and it looks HOT !!!!!!!!!!
#3.1 Duann on 2013-05-17 16:57 (Reply)
Would be interesting to see how the dye stands up to constant flexing.
#3.1.1 Youknowwho4eva on 2013-05-17 17:48 (Reply)
Great, now I can print my own bed mattress, sleeping bag, pillow.... Probably outside the max dimensions, eh?!
#4 Glenn (Homepage) on 2013-05-17 18:00 (Reply)
Depends how tall you are.
#4.1 Duann on 2013-05-18 00:17 (Reply)
Looks great! Hopefully the colours come out well (maybe a dark black?). This looks like a great material and opens up the utility of 3D printing. Everything from shock-absorbing cases for phones, through to flexible components for other models where tolerances vary but a tight fit is required.
#5 Andy D on 2013-05-18 04:43 (Reply)
Looks fun! I'm impressed how you guys at Shapeways are always on the ball.
#6 takima on 2013-05-19 10:15 (Reply)
Any idea what the price will be like for this exciting new material?
#7 T. Shawn Johnson on 2013-05-20 23:32 (Reply)

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