As many of you know, we love building consortiums. Relationships with other manufacturers, modelers, educational institutions, distributors and, of course, YOU, our customers. Its fun to send hand-written notes in our filament boxes and give away assorted SWAG like peel and stick notes and stylus tip pens!
Sometimes, when you're just a fan of an artist, much like we are with Billie Ruben and Devin Montes, crazy things fall into place. So, when we first saw the Notre Dame file, we HAD to print it. Not only was it gorgeous, but it was a great test of layer adhesion, detail definition and bridging ability (plus several of us have been to the actual cathedral before.) In the earliest days of GreenGate3D, we weren't sure if our recycled filament could stand up to our competitors, and if Notre Dame didn't print well, there might be cause for concern. Turns out, it ROCKED, and we knew we had a winner.
So, when we started speaking (well, spewing gratitudes 😆) with Dany Sanchez, we were happy to see he was just as thrilled to be talking with us. You see, Dany always wanted to have his own filament color, and we were proud to offer him that opportunity. He is an architect, so it made total sense to make a marble PETG… a building material that fits PERFECTLY with who he is. As the founder and lead 3D artist at MiniWorld3D, his library is the best and most complete database of 3D printable landmarks & famous world monuments.
So, we present to you, paired with MiniWorld3D Marble, the Arc de Triomphe, one of the most famous monuments in Paris, France, at no charge. We thank you for your purchase and your loyalty!
- 1.75 mm +/- .05 mm
- 2.2 net pounds (a full 1 Kg net)
- Print Temperature: 205°C - 250°C
- Bed Temperature: 80°C
- FULLY Recycled
- Environmentally Conscious
- Generous Flexibility
- Unmatched Layer Adhesion
- NEVER Subject to Tariffs, because it's made HERE in America!
GreenGate3D: Recycling The World's Plastics, One Filament At A Time.
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