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The antimicrobial filaments will allow you to print pieces with antibacterialproperties. These filaments for 3D printers will generally avoid the risk of germs and bacteria spreading on the surfaces of your printed objects. These properties are particularly beneficial for medical or cooking utensils, for objects aimed at children but also for toiletries.
Nanovia filaments certified as free from endocrine disruptors are aimed at the creation of everyday objects such as kitchen utensils or objects can come into contact with foodstuffs. These filaments that are free from endocrine disruptors produced by Nanovia are also very useful in the design of food containers, because they avoid contamination from the food coming into contact with the container.
The antimicrobial and SPE filaments from the brands Purement and Nanovia are mostly made of PLA, which makes them very easy to print. They are not proprietary, in other words they are suitable for and compatible with all 3D printers. They can be used on FDM 3D printers from the brand Ultimaker, Leapfrog or Tobeca. The filament spools are available in a 1.75mm size but also 2.85mm in various colours. On the Purement antibacterial filament spools you can see the certifications received by the SIAA and FDA validating the antimicrobial properties of Purement filament.
Spool of bio-sourced natural colour PLA, certified endocrine disruptor-free. This material provides high-quality objects and prints without any unpleasant odour. Comes in a 500g spool.
Spool of natural ABS, certified endocrine disruptor-free (SPE). This filament is characterised by its good impact resistance and its lightness. Like all thermoplastics, ABS contracts in contact with the air, so use of a heating plate when 3D printing is recommended. Comes in a 500g spool.