(PRWEB) October 06, 2015
Makersome was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly Tech Report, which features the latest and coolest technology products available to consumers. Amanda Forstrom, a technology expert and special reporter for NewsWatch, conducted the review and shared with viewers how Makersome’s filament allows users to produce objects that have a metal aesthetic.
It’s no secret that 3D printing is the all the rage these days. With 3D printers people can print pretty much anything they can imagine, from small pens and trinkets to fully functioning cars. But with all they can do there’s something still off with the printing product. That something is that they’re all printed with plastic, which limits the aesthetic element.
Well, the people over at Makersome have solved that problem with their new PLA and Aluminum hybrid filament. This filament allows users to produce objects that have a metal aesthetic, like a brushed aluminum. Their metal filament line includes aluminum, brass, bronze and copper. Makersome is the only company that offers this type of filament so users know they’re getting something unique.
Each is sold in 250 gram spools for under $20 a spool. In addition to the metal filament, they have an Elite filament line which offers a high quality Made-in-the-USA product, along with their standard filament line. Each of these has about 20 different colors to choose from. Makersome is in the 3D printing business so it goes without saying that they sell numerous 3D printers, like the Zeus All-In-One 3D printer and scanner.
To learn more, visit http://www.makersome.com today.
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