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Timberfill
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Anyone tried this stiff with a Da Vinci ?
Looks amazing, the manufacturer claims it's 100% wood !

http://fillamentum.com/collections/timberfill

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Davinci 1.0 with repetier 0.92 & E3D hotend
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So I ordered a 10 metre sample of Timberfill (light wood tone) which came in the post yesterday.
It printed great first time although bearing in mind I'm using extra heatsinks to cool the extruder. Not sure if it would work on a stock extruder ??
Comparing it to Colorfabb Woodfill, the Timberfill is quite a bit lighter in colour.
It seems to print better at a wider range of temps than Woodfill. The first print I tried was at 215°C which I use for Woodfill. That resulted in some over-extrusion in detailed parts of the print. It also stuck to the bed like a limpet at that temperature.
I tried it at the recommended 185°C and the finish was much better. In fact, better than Woodfill.
It comes in 4 different colours too which could be useful. I've ordered a sample of Rosewood and Cinnamon to try before I decide what colour of spool to buy.

15mm test cube @ 0.2mm layer height ....

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