3D printing materials always leave behind visible layers and ridges after the project is done, so the 'PolySmooth' filament is designed to help eliminate this in a new way. The new filament is designed to be polished after printing has finished; when placed in the brand's 'Polysher' appliance, isopropyl alcohol is used to smooth away edges.
3D printing has grown by leaps and bounds within the past few years with advances being made nearly everyday. However, many makers and designers have has to accept the rigid nature of the final printed product. 'PolySmooth' printing materials help to alleviate this occurrence and make creating smooth, polished final products as easy as possible.
Both 'PolySmooth' and the 'Polysher' are set to start funding on Kickstarter within the coming days with product shipments expected to start in September 2016.