Make your own 3D printing filament with Felfil Evo

Felfil is a 3d printer plastic extruder machine which allow anyone to make custom 3D printing filaments at home, starting from industrial pellet or chopping wrong 3D prints, old models and plastic waste.
Using our desktop filament maker you will be able to choose your filament color, diameter and material, day by day, according to your creativity and your curiosity. In this way you will save over 80% of the price of filaments spools and help to protect the environment.

Recycle

Use failed 3D prints or plastic waste to create your filament

Save money

Save up to 80% of the spool costs starting from our pellets

Experiment

Make your custom 3D printing filament

Felfil Evo filament maker

OUR CLIENTS

ONE PRODUCT SEVERAL APPLICATIONS

 

Our filament extruder is easy to use and suitable for different applications, find out yours

Fablab /Makers

Felfil Evo is an open source project and it is perfect for FabLabs and MakerSpace users: amatorial 3D printers and experts.

It is studied to help Makers to recycle plastic waste from 3D printing activities, to save money and try different materials in order to stimulate creativity and innovative ideas.

You can create incredible and original objects from your old 3D prints.

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Laboratories

With Felfil Evo is possible to experiment new material, test their features and study their application. Felfil Evo can be used in many sectors for prototyping activities .

 

With our desktop filament extruder research laboratories can be independent in creation and testing small quantities of filament and have an immediate experience with the new materials.

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Education

Felfil Evo helps students to learn about new technologies and additive manufacturing.

Thanks to the filament extruder Felfil Evo it is possible to learn about plastic materials for 3D printing and their potential for reuse culture and 3D printing techniques.

The educational potentials of Felfil Evo project are about recycling theme and reuse, maker philosophy and application sectors of 3D printing.

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