Late last year we discovered in our printlab a golden combination: nGen on the Leapfrog HS. Our all-round 3D printing filament performed remarkably well on the printer and today’s print is another great example:
Spherical roller bearing is designed by Filip Sjöö a.k.a. filiptheking, the Swedish mechanical engineer that likes to create stuff.
As said, the print was made on the Leapfrog HS at a 0.2mm layer height. Look at the stunning details of this print:
nGen is one of our most successful materials. It was developed with Eastman Chemical Company and based on their AM3300 co-polyester. After launching it almost a year and half ago, it has been widely adopted by 3D printer users all over the world as a go to material and replacement for PLA. You can find all information you are looking for on our dedicated landing page.
Earlier prints we made on the Leapfrog HS are:
nGen is made from Eastman Amphora™ AM3300 3D polymer. Like colorFabb_XT, colorFabb_HT and nGen_FLEX, it is part of Eastman’s Amphora range of copolyesters for 3D printing. Find more about co-polyesters, what they are and what the advantages are by visiting our previous blog.
nGen is a low-odor, styrene-free material uniquely suited for 3D printing enthusiasts, particularly those who need the flexibility to print within a wide processing temperature range. With nGen you will have good flow properties through the printer nozzle—even at lower temperatures than some other polymers require. These properties make nGen more workable at a wider breadth of temperatures, producing reliable results and resulting in less waste.
But there is more…
Do you have a Leapfrog HS and want to try nGen? Now is your chance! We partnered with Leapfrog to offer a unique deal for Leapfrog users: 15% discount on nGen filaments in our webshop!
This is how it works: Leapfrog has sent out an email to all its subscribers with a unique discount code that can be used on our site. This discount code should be entered when checking out and can be used up to 5 times per code. The discount only applies to nGen filaments.
Did you not get this email? Check your spam folder for yesterday’s (Thursday March 23rd) Leapfrog Newsletter.
Still having problems? Contact Leapfrog for more information and your personal discount code.