Note: Recycled filament can have a color difference as an example white is described as off-white and black as off-black
ReForm is a sustainable initiative within Formfutura to efficiently manage residual extrusion waste streams and re-use them into high-end upcycled filaments. The ideology behind ReForm is to a make 3D printing more sustainable – without having to make compromises on material properties – and yet keep it affordable.
ReForm rTitan is based on exactly the same unique formulation as our TitanX filament range, but is made out of residual extrusion waste streams which are re-compounded and homogenized into a high-end and FDM/FFF-optimized upcycled TitanX-based filament with significantly less environmental impact.
- 100% upcycled/recycled filament with retaining the unique easy-to-print characteristics of EasyFil PLA
- Less environmental impact by quality controlling and re-using extrusion waste streams
- Only residual waste streams of EasyFil PLA is being re-used, thus pure quality!
- Sustainable packaging
- ReForm filaments are spooled on easy to recycle and dispose recycled cardboard spools
- ReForm filament is packaged in recycled carton boxes
- Warp-free printing
- Optimized filament flowing behaviour and inter-layer adhesion
- Excellent adhesion to heated glass plate, Kapton tape, PET tape and Formfutura EasyPad
- Greatly improved mechanical properties, strength, and impact resistance
|Nozzle size: ≥ 0.15mm||Layer height: ≥ 0.1mm||Flow rate: ± 106%|
|Print temp: ± 240 - 265° C||Print speed: Medium||Retraction: Yes ± 5mm|
|Heat bed: ± 80 - 90° C||Fan speed: 0-30%||Experience level: Beginner / Intermediate|
Note: Above displayed settings are meant as guidance to find your optimal print settings. These ranges in settings should work for most printers, but please do feel free to experiment outside these ranges if you think it is suitable for your printer. There are a lot of different type of printers, hot-ends and printer offsets that it is extremely difficult to give an overall one-size-fits-all setting.