Woodworking with a 3D Printer - PrimaSelect WOOD review! #Filaween

Woodworking with a 3D Printer - PrimaSelect WOOD review! #Filaween



How much wood would a 3D printer print if a 3D printer could print wood?
Sorry. That's horrible. But the PrimaSelect WOOD filament isn't!

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28 Responses to "Woodworking with a 3D Printer - PrimaSelect WOOD review! #Filaween"

  1. 3d printing meathead8 March 2017 at 23:48

    I thought I heard wood fill is rough on brass nozzles, do you know if that's true?

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  2. What inexpensive filament would you recommend for printing gears and gear trains? They would be used in Nerf guns to allow for stronger springs. The stock gears are injection molded ABS.

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  3. Thomas, you are a real youtuber, Your knowlrge is awsome and you give so much to your friends. you are a real man and much appreciated dude.. Awsomeness:)

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  4. Maker's Muse8 March 2017 at 23:48

    Watch out for those jams with these filaments, that sticky stuff and wood particles will burn, char and pretty much totally jam up nozzles if it's left to burn for a while!

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  5. This is one reason I'm looking to get into multiple filament printing. PETG core w/ wood shrink wrap would be great.

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  6. Brandon Saffell8 March 2017 at 23:48

    May Filaween never end.

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  7. The key to using wood filament (of which there are many compositions, no pun intended), is to hit and run. You should not let it sit in the hotend after use. Use it, remove and cleanse the hotend/nozzle with something else. They use a "wood flour/powder" when they extrude the filament. It will scorch if it sits too long and deteriorate (thats why if you leave it in, it gets very dark when you print later). The wood flour/ powder is fine that it should not damage a metal nozzle (think rock, paper scissors), but scorched material hardens bonds with gooey bonding agents and pla and make larger particles that clog. I work with chemists !!!

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  8. good to know, thanks! do metal fill filaments also have such poor mechanical properties?

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  9. One thing I love about your channel - you show simple prints with errors. Most pictures you see on the web, most videos, show perfectly "printed" parts. No Strings, no overhang failures, perfect perims etc.. Just clean simple parts, where the people used hundreds of hours on calibrating everything to show off (or the parts might be post processed) - and newcomers just come up and say: "NICE!" and buy a printer and wonder why nothing good comes out on their first tries.
    While you just put the material in, set everything up like "This is my experience, it should work with this", some little tweaks after that and make a video about it. I love that. At least, I hope I'm right with that guess. ^^"

    But even if I'm wrong with that guess: Thanks for your videos. You're doing a great job for the whole 3D Printing world :)

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  10. John and Kathy Furlong8 March 2017 at 23:48

    Hug

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  11. Awesome! Wood filament is def. one of my favorites to play with; mostly because support scars just completely disappear with heat gun application! Solid video!

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  12. Can you stain it? How does it sand? Annealable? So many unanswered questions.

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  13. 70€/Kg??????? And I thought extruder BDP was expensive. And it jammed? And it looks like mustard!??!?!?
    No thank Ill go with extruder, their wood filament does not jam with a 0,4mm nozzle...

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  14. that's a nice chisel you have there

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  15. Can you Dual extrude and use this for an exterior?  Is it possible  to stain it before extruding for a pattern to show up?

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  16. Hi Tom - when is the TEVO Delta live build? Thanks for a quick answer!

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  17. Hi, could you please review new Stratasys F123? I know it costs 20 000 USD, but that's why it's interesting. I want to see how it prints compared to cheaper machines like Prusa i3 MK2 or Ultimaker 3.

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  18. Good honest review :)

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  19. I made a few wood grain models that work well with hatchbox woodfill, but I haven't tried them with any other materials. How does this stuff compare to the cheaper filament?

    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1738734
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1205741
    http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1442965

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  20. Can we have a support breakaway rating as well? It is a very important factor for some form.

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  21. I love this wood by prima, I printed an easter island headphone stand on a UM2+ with .4 tip

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  22. Love your Videos Please keep up this great Work :)

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  23. John Cutburth II8 March 2017 at 23:48

    Is it abrasive?

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  24. Mannedavid | SecondFaceTV8 March 2017 at 23:48

    The only thing holding me back from printing these kind of filaments is jamming :/

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  25. Quite nice words for a expensive and most of the time useless material. But the pictures tell the story

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  26. Is a heatgun required to mild the lion's mane or would a hairdryer get PLA hot enough?

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