Creality Filament Dry Box

Heatable dry box for filament storage

  • For heating & drying
  • Dust-proof storage
  • High filament compatibility
  • $83.33

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Delivery on Wednesday, 17 November: Order today until 13:30.

Content: 1 pc

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Item no.: CRE-4005010019, Content: 1 pc

EAN: 4005010019

  • For heating & drying
  • Dust-proof storage
  • High filament compatibility

Product information & technical details

Item no.: CRE-4005010019
Manufacturer No.: 4005010019
Manufacturers: Creality
Content: 1 pc
Product types: 3D Printer Accessories

Description

The 3D printer filament storage box is designed to keep filaments dry and to dehumidify various types of filaments, especially moisture-sensitive materials. The filament can be heated in the box for hours at a certain temperature.

Why is filament drying important?

If print materials are too moist, this affects the print quality. The print gets air bubbles, warped edges or pulls unsightly strings.
These unpleasant printing errors can be avoided by drying the filament.

Compatible with a wide variety of materials

The filament dry box is compatible with most 1kg filament spools on the market and is suitable for filaments with an outer diameter of up to 200 mm and a maximum width of 75 mm.

Easy handling

The temperature and heating time can be easily set using a rotary knob. The filament can be heated from 2 to 8 hours.

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Did you know?

The first industrial 3D printer was first manufactured in the 80s when the first CAD programmes first appeared on the market.