T-glase Polar White 3D printing filament, from taulman3D, was co-developed by the “Health Ranger,” Mike Adams, a Texas-based lab science director and inventor who worked with taulman3D to create the strong, water-tight material as part of his non-profit project Food Rising. The FoodRising.org site is dedicated to sustainable mini-farm concepts.
While the original t-glase filament is clear, the new t-glase Polar White is opaque and significantly stronger than the existing line of t-glase filaments. Adams says it has a very high structural integrity and high resistance to delamination.
T-glase Polar White achieves high flow rates–at relatively low print nozzle temperatures–and features minimal shrinkage during the printing process and very high durability of the finished object.
Adams says he uses t-glase Polar White filament to produce functional valve parts used in his hydroponic Food Rising grow systems. … (read more)