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Keene Village Plastics Offers “High Heat, High Impact” PLA 3D Filaments

July 12, 2018

The precision manufacturer based in Ohio offers Performance Polylactic Acid (PLA) 3D filaments with significant resistance to heat and impact. [BARBERTON, OHIO – July 12, 2018] – Keene Village Plastics recognizes the Performance Polylactic Acid (PLA) as the most commonly used 3D printing material in the industry. The Ohio-based manufacturer made the blend of PLA…

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HIPS

Sustainable 3D Printing with Keene Village Plastics’ HIPS Filaments

June 6, 2018

MAYFIELD HEIGHTS, OH – JUNE 6, 2018 – To help their clients remain green and sustainable, Keene Village Plastics offers an extensive line of HIPS filaments for 3D printers. Keene Village Plastics has been a leading provider of 3D printer materials in the country. Their expansive inventory of filaments and other accessories for 3D printers…

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The Filament Koil

ARTICLE: Filament Spools Cut Waste, Are Reusable

June 5, 2018

“Slant Reusable Spools Keene Village Plastics, a supplier of plastic filament for 3-D Printing, has introduced reusable filament spools. Available in three sizes, the two-piece spools snap together and are used in conjunction with the company’s Filament Koil brand of filament, or any filament that is supplied without a spool. Cost ranges from $16.25 to…

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June 5, 2018

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ARTICLE: Keene Village Plastics is Ready to Establish Itself Again as a Market Leader.

May 11, 2018

“For several years, Village Plastics had a reputation in its industry as a leader in the development of quality 3-D printing filament and welding rods. When it was acquired by 3D Systems Inc. in 2013, the company left the open source space, making filament for its parent company and a few other clients. “People forgot about us,”…

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Reusable Spools

ARTICLE: Maybe We Are Moving To Reusable Spools After All?

April 17, 2018

“Keene Village Plastics, an Ohio-based 3D printer filament manufacturer, announced a reusable spools system they call “The Filament Koil” The reusable spool idea has been around a while now, but as time passes the concept is becoming increasingly important. Why? Any busy 3D printer operator will tell you they have literally mountains of empty spools…

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The Filament Koil

Keene Village Plastics Announces New Product Innovation for 3D Printing Filaments

April 9, 2018

Keene Village Plastics’ announces the launch of a new product innovation for 3D printing filaments The Filament Koil™. 3D printing continues rapid adoption across all industries. With growth comes the resulting waste generated in the industry. Keene Village Plastics new spool-less filament system allows 0.75KG, 1KG, and 5LB coils (1.75mm and 2.88mm) to be produced…

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Reusable Filament Spools: Getting More Impact By Having Less with Steven Gall

April 6, 2018

If you have been 3D printing for a long time, you are most likely one of those people who go through several spools of filament a day. The plastic that filament spools come in pile up over time and you don’t really know what to do with them. Steven Gall and his company Keene Village…

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Keene Village Plastics Launches New Website

April 3, 2018

Mayfield Heights, Ohio—April 3, 2018 –  Keene Village Plastics’ excited to announce the launch of its new website, www.keenevillageplastics.com.  Formerly Village Plastics, the company has the largest production capacity in North America for 3D printing filament.  Additionally, the breadth of the product line is greater than any other manufacturer.  From our facility in Barberton Ohio,…

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Mercy Health

VIDEO: Mercy Health and Partners Take a Look at 3D Printing

March 14, 2018

“Mercy Health St Vincent Medical Center is getting a close up look at how 3D printing can help better patient care. It’s all part of a statewide project that brings together manufacturers from across the state.   Mercy health physicians will later be trained on how to use these 3D printing machines. “We’re also hoping that there’s…

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