The FiberSilk filament is the result of the joined and lasting effort of the Fiberlogy team. Their goal was to create a high-quality product combining a unique look, high durability and ease of printing. Fiberlogy’s FiberSilk offers a unique elegance of the printouts created with it. They are characterized by a silky metallic shine that brings out every smallest detail of a 3D model with all its bends and curves. Its aesthetic value is further enhanced by a rich palette of available colours. Fiberlogy have come up with a wide selection of vibrant colours for every user to find something that suits them just fine. The metallic finish makes it easy to hide the boundaries between layers making the entire print more uniform and expressive.
In addition to the visual advantage over traditional PLA, FiberSilk is also more durable. Thanks to the high adhesion of layers it can take heavy loads without cracking and then returns to its original shape. The filament is both easy and safe to print. For the best FiberSilk effects, we recommend setting high airflow during printing and reducing the printing speed.
Lumpy bumpy vase by Martin John Hawkes is licensed under BY-NC-SA link:myminifactory.com/object/3d-print-lumpy-bumpy-vase-108761
Low Poly Owl by rbschultz is licensed under the Creative Commons – Attribution – Share Alike license. https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:452724
good adhesion and low visibility of layer boundaries
high strength and impact strength
easy to print
How to print?
The following parameters are only suggested print settings for this material. To ensure the best print quality, it is necessary to choose the appropriate settings for a specific printer and printing conditions.
glass, masking tape
40°C / 4h
There is a visible swelling of the material exiting the nozzle while loading the filament or printing with it. This is a completely natural effect that results from the surface tension of the polymers making up the filament.
Due to the strong adhesion, damage to the bed surface (eg PEI) may occur. We recommend printing on a tape.