Yuriy shared on YouTube and Thingiverse:
Please pay attention to new plastic filament brand “Watson”. This plastic has the lowest coefficient of thermal expansion and this property allows to:
1. The material is well suited for 3D printing large-size layouts.
For example, you can easily print the violin https://youtu.be/oknLLjHntjs
2. Never unstick the corners of the products.
3. No unpleasant smell.
4. And the most interesting is the possibility of processing plastic. You can be made transparent products.
I personally recommend this plastic and I want to say that Watson and Sitall glass is a perfect combination allowing you to save time and get great results from beginning and to the end of 3D printing.
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