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ExcelFil™ in the US - Special Forum Promotion!
When we decided that the filament available in the market was just not good enough and started making our own, we could not have imagined how many people out there shared our concerns. The last few months we were very busy developing and testing a couple of new products, and the team here at Voltivo is grateful for all the encouragement and feedback we received from our European and Asian customers.

We had many requests from other regions, and had been looking for the right North American partner for making our ExcelFil filament range available in the US.

We always make it a priority not just finding resellers to retail our products, but to find partners that share our values and are passionate for 3D Printing and the community as much as we are.

I am very excited that we found with Cubicity Inc a passionate partner to represent our Brand in the US market. Hans, the Managing Director, was passionate from the first contact. He shares our ambition about only delivering the highest standard products and customer care and we look forward to a strong partnership.

The shelves are stocked and Cubicity has created a couple of amazing launch offers. Go check it out for yourselves!

They also kindly created an additional discount exclusively for US members of this forum so you guys can evaluate printing with ExcelFil on your DaVinci:

Just apply coupon code "DAVINCI-1" for single orders and "DAVINCI-2" for ordering two spools on checkout to get an additional $3/$6 off on your order. This is on top of their attractive launch offers, free shipping included.

These promotions run until August 15.

Hans, also joined this Forum as a member and will be available for any questions you might have.

Fyi, I have received a yellow spool. I will be posting a review with pictures comparing it to the xyz yellow, hopefully soon.

I must say my initial impression - prior to printing- is the new filament is much more consistent in size and uniformity than the xyz.

It will be a little longer before my full review; I suffered a significant computer crash requiring replacement. With everything going on, I simply haven't finished setting up the machine and restoring my developer tools.

Hi Kieth,

We look forward to hear your verdict!

best regards,


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