ELOGIO AM 3D MATERIALS' NEXT GENERATION; FACILAN C8 and FACILAN HT NOW IN SOUTH AFRICA

May 15, 2019

https://elogioam.com/

Elogio AM is a joint venture between Ingevity and 3D4Makers.  

 

 

ElogioAM, innovative Additive Manufacturing materials. Reliable, high performance and fit for purpose.

  • ElogioAM aims to be the innovation and quality leader in creating Additive Manufacturing materials.

  • Seeking to manufacture and develop the highest performance Additive Manufacturing (also called 3D printing) materials worldwide.

  • Due to unrivaled polymer and Additive Manufacturing expertise they can leverage this to make materials that are fit for purpose.

  • By creating materials optimized for specific applications ElogioAM materials will outperform bulk, commodity and specialty materials.

  • ElogioAM is alone in being able to completely create the monomer, polymer, additives and then deploy these solely to increase the performance of the final 3D printed part.

  • Only ElogioAM develops materials specifically to explicitly outperform in the 3D printed part for the unique application of that part.

  • ElogioAM is currently developing unique end-use additive manufacturing materials for orthotics, bio-printing, spare parts, and wearables.

Facilan C8; Smooth, high strength, next generationElogio AM materials are made with care in the Netherlands.

 

 

https://elogioam.com/pages/news: World wide reviews; Steve Cox – “Facilan™ C8, when quality matters”

 

Steve Cox is a 3D technologies consultant who works extensively with both industry and education in the UK to showcase “The Future of Making”. He’s a passionate engineer who is enthusiastic about the latest 3D design techniques and 3D printing, and how they can effectively combine together. He specializes in the use of Autodesk Fusion 360, and also runs training in that software, as well as working extensively with it’s recently introduced Generative Design capabilities.

Steve has used Facilan™ C8 in several projects and has been very impressed with the way that it prints, the strength and the quality of the finished models. An example of that is a high quality, digitally sculpted figurine which is enhanced by the smoothness of being 3D printed in Facilan™ C8 (picture below)

 

Daniel Norée – “Facilan™ C8, a material that does a lot”
 

Daniel Norée is a Swedish blogger, speaker, designer and creator, with a passion for 3D printing. Fascinated by modern production tools, he quickly embraced the philosophy of digital design and manufacturing as well as pushing the boundaries for 3D printing, with his “OpenR/C Project”. Daniel is also the designer behind one of the most printed designs, the "3D Benchy". 

Daniel started testing our Facilan™ C8 and has printed several smaller projects.

“Facilan™ C8 is great for anyone looking for a material that does a lot. It has great aesthetics, it is easy to print, has smooth surface and can introduce impressive impact resistance and strength to a printed part,” Daniel says. 

 

3D printed lamps with Facilan™ HT;
 

 Schoone Lights is a Dutch corporation between 3D-printer and designer Kees Kamper and photographer and designer Gerard Schoone. Together they design and produce unique 3D printed lamps with Facilan™ HT, adjusted for the need of the costumer.

With years of 3D printing experience, Kees started to experiment with the settings on his 3D printer. The result was “infill only” – a semitransparent textile like print. Kees continued to experiment with the new print and eventually discovered that his new print was a true game changer. Shortly hereafter, Kees got into contact with photographer and designer Gerard Schoone. Together they created Schoone Lights, using “infill only” to print custom-made lamps.

Gerard has decades of experience with design and especially design of lamps. His lamp designs are created as building blocks, hence sculpturing lights for every need. The collaboration with Kees and his “infill only” 3D print delivered new opportunities. Printing the lampshades offers clear advantages such as easy to design and produce different forms, without using expensive molds, also it is possible to print with logos.

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When Facilan™ HT by was launched, Kees tested the capabilities of the filament for future 3D printing. Facilan™ HT is a safe co polyester with high temperature resistance and its high stiffness enables design optimization for faster rigid part print jobs. Fast it became clear to Kees and Gerard that Facilan™ HT has a unique finish, shine and quality – the obvious choice for printing lampshades, also used by Schoone Lights today.


Facilan™ C8 and Facilan™ HT available in Ultimaker Cura

 

ElogioAM is proud to be part of the Ultimaker Material Alliance Program. This collaboration will enable an easier user experience and will further develop professional and industrial desktop 3D printing. Their materials have been specifically developed to be fit for purpose – with real-life applications in mind. Their addition to Ultimaker Cura’s Marketplace is a natural match. With their print settings optimized to work with Ultimaker’s software and 3D printers, customers can enjoy greater satisfaction and ease of use.                                  

 

Download pre-configured material profiles for Facilan™ C8, our workhorse 3D filament for smooth, strong 3D printed parts, and Facilan™ HT for durable heat resistant applications – now available in Ultimaker Cura 3.6.

Enjoy a seamless experience and a high print success rate, using Facilan™ and the Ultimaker Cura Market

 

 


 

Vera de Pont – connecting 3D printing with fashion

 

Vera de Pont is a one-person company researching on-demand production techniques for textile and/or garments, to prevent waste material already in the very beginning of the production line as well as ensuring a direct need for the product.

Vera de Pont has a Bachelor in Design and a Masters in Sustainable fashion. Further, she has studied Biomedical Science for 2 years due to an interest in the human body as well as the connection and overlap to her current work. Most of her work is research oriented, e.g. exploring materials. Recently, Vera started experimenting with “FDM” 3D printing and fell in love with the huge potential of the technique. 

“One of the biggest reasons why