Functionalize promised to be the world’s Most Conductive 3D Printing Filament

By on December 9, 2014
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As you may know, making 3D prints electronically functional is complex and requires a separate manufacturing process to add circuit boards, wiring, and electronic components. To answer this key problem, Functionalize is now carrying on a kickstarter campaign for a conductive 3dprinter filament that is showing a huge potential to revolutionize personal manufacturing:

LED Flashlight Printed with F-Electric Filament on a 3D Printer

Breakthrough material: 1,000 times more electrically conductive

Introducing F-Electric, 3D printing filament from Functionalize. We 3D printed a first-of-a-kind key chain LED flashlight to demonstrate the world’s most electrically conductive printing filament enabling electronic or electromechanical capabilities. 

via Functionalize, World’s Most Conductive 3D Printing Filament by Michael Toutonghi — Kickstarter.

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