3D Printing

3D Hubs Kicks Off 2016 with Co-Polyester for 3D Printing Workshops

As January heads into February, 3D Hubs has launched a new series of workshops to introduce folks from all over the world to one of colorFabb’s newest materials, the nGen co-polyester filament developed with Eastman’s Amphora AM3300 polymer.


Through their Co-Polyester for 3D Printing series, attendees will have a chance to get hands-on experience with nGen, which is framed as being easy to print and highly functional. In the process, they’ll learn best practices and printing strategies for the material, as well as the advantages or disadvantages it may have over colorFabb’s popular XT filament. Attendees will also get a preview of a new co-polyester to be released by colorFabb this year.

The events listed so far are as follows:

If you can make it, these workshops are not only extremely affordable (sometimes free), but you’ll get to network with local Makers and take home free packs of filaments!