Cement Polymer

Posted on Sep 27, 2013 in Materials
Cement Polymer

Cement Polymer for 3D printing is a patented technology developed by Emerging Objects. It is a strong and rigid material that can be fiber reinforced, resulting in a 3D printed material stronger than standard concrete. Objects produced using our cement polymer material are extremely light weight. The finish can be sand blasted, glossy or satin […]

Wood

Posted on Sep 26, 2013 in Materials
Wood

3D printed Wood was developed by Emerging Objects. It is moderately strong and a rigid material with translucency. It can be fiber reinforced for added strength. A grain, similar to natural wood grain results from the additive layer manufacturing of the objects made with this material. The wood is made from recycled hard and soft […]

Chocolate

Posted on Sep 1, 2013 in Materials
Chocolate

Why chocolate? Because it’s delicious! Emerging Objects technological chocolate can be printed in any shape imaginable and it tastes amazing. Our Choco-Techo is made with only the finest chocolate and organic ingredients. Choco-Techo was developed by Virginia San Fratello and Ronald Rael.

Paper

Posted on Aug 1, 2012 in Materials
Paper

Paper for 3D printing is made from recycled newsprint. Prints are light gray and grainy. It demonstrates good printing strength and is very light weight. Paper for 3D printing can be produced from easily sourced waste material. Currently there is 71.6 tons of paper waste produced each year across the globe. This material is currently still […]

Salt

Posted on Aug 1, 2012 in Materials
Salt

Salt for 3D printing uses salt harvested from the San Francisco Bay. The salt is harvested from 109-year-old salt crystallization ponds in Redwood City. These ponds are the final stop in a five-year salt-making process that involves moving bay water through a series of evaporation ponds. In these ponds the highly saline water completes evaporation, […]

Nylon

Posted on Jan 13, 2012 in Materials
Nylon

Nylon is white. It is strong, flexible and shows a moderately high level of detail. Nylon is made using the selective laser sintering process. The surface is powdery yet smooth. It is also porous and will absorb miniscule pollution particles in the air. It will also turn yellow over time if exposed to direct sunlight.

Acrylic

Posted on Jan 13, 2012 in Materials
Acrylic

Acrylic is a translucent white. It is brittle and rigid yet shows a very high level of detail. Acrylic is made using the selective laser sintering process. The surface is powdery yet smooth. It is also porous and will absorb miniscule pollution particles in the air. It will also turn yellow over time if exposed […]