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  1. I also found this one: 3d2print, different from those of above list. Tougher and less brittle compared to regular PLA.
  2. Hi athena, I don’t own one, but my brother has a Peachy 3D printer. 3D printer is a fantastic machine; since my brother has his own small jewellery shop in town, he uses additive manufacturing as an efficient way of producing one of a kind design of accessories like necklaces, rings, pendants, and bracelet and so on. He uses wide range of materials such as ABS, PLA, and nylon filament. And just recently, he’s fond of utilizing rubber-like material like this http://www.3d2print.net/shop/3d-printer-filament/elastic-filament/ which he used for my personalized iPhone case as a birthday present. Now, he’s making big profit out of it (I'm proud of him).
  3. Nice print Didier! Which do you often use--ABS or PLA? I know most 3D printing novices prefer printing with standard plastic materials. But I’m just thinking if professional hobbyists also experiment with other type of 3D printer materials like nylon, metal, wood or rubber-like filament like this http://www.3d2print.net/shop/product/rubber-black-1-75mm/. I know it would be a different prototyping experience especially if you use 3D printing techniques.
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