Tomato Filament for 3D Printer
What is this?
🛍 A reel of tomato peer HBP PLA filament for your 3D printer, produced and processed in Italy from Italian tomato.
🛍 Made in Italy of organic tomato and PLA (corn starch).
What can it do for me?
😃 Print in 3D with tomato filament!
😃 Tomato filament is a bio-composite material of natural origin, versatile, compostable and 100% made in Italy. It is a 3D printing filament obtained from waste from tomatoes, which are added to a PLA (polylactic acid) base, giving it greater elasticity.
😃 It enjoys a perfect fusion between layers and better resistance to deformation than PLA.
😃 The surface finish is unmistakable and gives value to the molded piece: the tomato filament has a red color (slightly dotted with green) and gives excellent aesthetic, olfactory and tactile sensations.
What is included?
📦 Reel length: 250g.
📦 Diameter: ø 1.75 mm.
📦 You can choose a subscription so you never to run out of it.
How do I use it?
👉 Set your printer and insert the filament (check your printer's instructions).
👉 For any type of 3d printer.
👉 It has been used for toys, packaging, agritech, cultural heritage, automotive, aeromotive, drones, apparel and much more, but the limit is your imagination!
👉 Its lightness makes it particularly suitable also for the construction of technological objects, such as small drones.
Is it safe for health?
😌 Industrial tomato crops do not require herbicides nor pesticides and grow more densely than maize.
😌 For tomato filament no dyes are used, allowing to maintain a real natural brown.
😌 It does not contain any chemical or allergenic elements.
How does it impact the environment?
🌿 With your purchase you are contributing to the preservation of the Planet and the high quality of Made in Italy, for the development of eco-friendly industries and local economy in the Apulia region.
🌿 Tomato filament is a bio-composite material of natural origin, versatile, compostable and 100% made in Italy. It is a 3D printing filament obtained from waste from tomatoes, which are added to a PLA (polylactic acid) base, giving it greater elasticity.
🌿 Tomato is grown in a particularly environmentally friendly way.
🌿 Our hemp and tomato products supplier is different. It is an Italian association that supplies us with handmade hemp products rooted in their local community. Founded in 2015 with funding for youth entrepreneurship, it contributes concretely to the reintroduction of hemp cultivation in Italy, promoting research, investment and regulation of the industry, with the aim of producing and processing hemp grown in southern Italy and beyond. A project that developed from the desire to give back identity to a special plant, traditionally available in the Italian territory: hemp, always valued for its strength, durability and longevity and used in many industries.
🌿 They are committed to rebuild an ecosystem made of people, work and experiences that recognize the real value of a natural resource so useful and sustainable, starting by providing concrete and reliable information to meet many types of needs with functional, simple and innovative solutions. They have opened their own farm where they cultivate this evolution; among hectares of hemp, they also organize training courses and personalized consulting services for the different fields of application of the resource. By purchasing their products you are contributing to the preservation of the Planet and the high quality of Made in Italy, for the development of sustainable fashion and local economy in the Apulia, Sicily, Molise and Marche regions.
🌿 The tomatoes they use are grown without the use of pesticides, which really makes a difference to the health of the skin when touching printed products and, of course, the environment. By choosing these natural articles, you opt for non-polluting materials, a real alternative to the usual plastic filament made from petroleum synthesis. Natural raw materials are hereby used, which at the end of use can be returned to the ecological cycle.
🌿 Tomato is 100% compostable and biodegradable. If you don't have a garden, throw it in the organic garbage.