GD Filament wishes a happy New 2020 year to all customers! You will receive F.O.C. the GD Filament’s Calendar for 2020 with each new order!
It is a pleasure to inform and share that of 27. September 2019 on the markets in Bulgaria, Europe and the world are already available the new threads (filaments) for 3d printing, made by GD Filament. They are manufactured by us and we have used the highest quality materials and subproducts currently available in the USA and Europe.
At this stage our product variety is represented by the filaments type PLA max, ABS+, PETG, FLEX, PC/ABS, PA12, ASA, WOOD – different color variants. The manufacturer is Company “Fromvoulevs” LTD., Sofia. PLA max has a higher strength than the ordinary PLA. ABS + does not smell when printing and is suitable for work and with open-type 3d printers. Available in sizes 1.75 mm and 2.85 mm (for Ultimaker-type printers). In our Recommendations we give the recommended conditions for working with our filaments. Please, before ordering, read the General terms and conditions, where there are clarifications about the types of payments and discounts offered.
The technology of the 3d printing is developing at an incredible pace. Printers are becoming better and more capable, materials increase their species diversity and color gamut, and this leads to an ever-expanding application of 3d printing in areas of the daily household-up to ultra-high technology. Its capabilities are not limited to small toys, biological bodies or fuel mixers for rocket engines – they are simply limitless. 3d printing gives the unique opportunity not only to generate ideas, but also to implement them. We believe that the presence of “one more brand filament” on the market will help further to realize the creativity desire. We are confident that we will give pleasure in working with our filaments to all who use them and are engaged in 3d printing.
Few important facts about us and our production:
|PLA max red (simple red)|
Enjoy working with the products of GD Filament and… Happy Printing! 🙂