FormfuturaReForm™ - rTitan Black

Sustainable TitanX filament in Black

  • Sustainable
  • Easy to print
  • 100% recycled TitanX
  • Good layer adhesion
  • $31.66 ($3.17 / 100 g)

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Item no.: FF-175RTITAN-BLCK-1000, Content: 1.000 g

EAN: 8718924478622

  • Sustainable
  • Easy to print
  • 100% recycled TitanX
  • Good layer adhesion

Product information & technical details

Item no.:
Manufacturer No.:
1.000 g
Product Line:
Category :
ABS Filaments
1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Filament colour:
Net weight:
1000 g
Recommended processing temperature:
240 - 260 °C


ReForm is a sustainable initiative developed by Formfutura. When filaments are produced, residual extrusion waste streams occur.

These are used to produce high-end, upcycled filaments that are sustainable. The ideology behind ReForm is to make 3D printing more sustainable without compromising the material properties at a good price.

ReForm rTitan is based on the TitanX filaments. The remaining residual extrusion waste streams are reused to produce a TitanX with significantly less environmental impact.

The unique features:

  • 100% upcycled (from TitanX)
  • Reduced environmental impact through quality control and reuse of the residual extrusion waste streams
  • Purity - only TitanX residual extrusion waste streams are reused
  • Sustainable packaging
  • ReForm filaments are easy to recycle and dispose of. (Cardboard coil)
  • ReForm is packaged in recycled cardboard boxes
  • Optimized flow 
  • Excellent adhesion to heated panels or other construction surfaces
  • Improved mechanical properties

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