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Felfil Evo – The 3D Printer Filament Extruder

Produce your very own 3D printer filament with Felfil Evo, the 3D printer filament extruder. This open source and easy to use extruder lets you control the entire 3D printing process right from your home. You can extrude your own filament from old 3D prints, industrial pellets, or even recycled wastes. With Felfil Evo, you can customize your filament by choosing the color, material, and even diameter. Each day you could produce and use a new filament. With Felfil Evo you can save money, recycle old materials, experiment in new ways, and completely own the whole 3D printing process. The open source platform of the Felfil Evo means you can join a community of likeminded creators, enhancing your overall experience. Expand your creativity with the Felfil Evo, the 3D printer filament extruder.

Felfil Evo – The 3D Printer Filament Extruder
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sugunalaks

Interested to know more about filamant making machine. Which is the latest one. Can we use PU, silicone or rubber like material that will require very low temp. to make into filaments

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