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3D PRINTING FILAMENT DRYER
WHY NEED TO DRY YOUR FILAMENT
When plastic is melted with moisture inside, the water molecules turn to steam, and create popping noises, and visible gaps or bubbles during the printing process.
The working principle of
Fig.1 3D printing filament absorb moisture in the air, and the content of internal water molecules increases;
Fig.2 After heating, the connection between water molecules and polymer chains are broken, the internal water molecules will move to the surface of the filaments;
Fig.3 The hot air can heat the 3D printing filament more uniformly and accelerate the evaporation of water molecules;
Fig.4 After drying, the water molecule content of the 3D printing filament is significantly reduced, and ready for the best printing experience.
PROVIDE BY EIBOS LAB
In the laboratory, we used the OHAUS MB45 Moisture Analyzer to detect the water molecule content of the material under different drying times.
MOISTURE CONTENT(%) /TIME(H) TABLE FOR PLA AND PA-CF
Here is the printing result
filament opened for 3
month and filament dried
It is obvious that to
printing result has been
Input Voltage：AC 100~240V 50/60Hz
Temperature Control Range：≤70℃
Timing Length：1min~24h or unlimited
Precision of Temperature Control：±2℃
Double Reels: φ217x80mm
Single Reel: φ217x174mm
Filament Material Diameter：1.75mm（need to change the Teflon Tube for2.85mm filament）