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Overview Although there are many different printers available, only nine basic types of 3D printing technology currently exist: Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) Stereolithography (SLA) Digital Light Processing (DLP) Selective Laser Sintering (SLS) Selective Laser Melting (SLM) Electron Beam Melting (EMB) Laminated Object Manufacturing (LOM) Binder Jetting (BJ) Material Jetting/Wax Casting. The three most…Read More
We use top quality raw materials for our products, working with the innovative 3-Axis laser system and producing the most exceptional products for the 3D printing industry. Each filament has different properties, strengths, and weaknesses, which allow the material to match a particular kind of purpose.
Do not hesitate to ask our staff for information about your spool options. Contact us today for more information about our products.
MANUFACTURER AND SUPPLIER OF 3D PRINTING FILAMENTS
Keene Village Plastics (KVP) is the largest manufacturer of high-quality 3D printer filaments in the United States. If you are looking to integrate 3D printing in your process, we offer a range of services in support of your initiative.
We are a one-stop shop for 3D printer filament materials, 3D printing services, and thermoplastic welding rods, serving retail buyers and wholesalers.
A PIONEER IN PRODUCTION AND QUALITY
All KVP products are manufactured in Euclid, Ohio under our proprietary quality control system.
We source top-quality raw materials and apply laser-controlled precision practices to ensure that we have the highest-quality filaments in the market. In creating PAPC, 3D Solve, KVP, ABS, HIPS, and several other 3D printing materials of superior craftsmanship, we are the 3D printing filament supplier of choice.
Look no further than Keene Village Plastics if you’re looking for where to buy 3D printing filaments.
When the industry was young, enthusiastic creators were asking "what is a 3D printer filament” and “how does a 3D printing extruder work." There was a void of information because there were no defined standards for 3D printing yet.
Village Plastics is one of the original 3D printing filament suppliers, and our company helped establish the standards for filaments in the mid-2000s. During the same period, we also started to provide 3D printing materials to hobbyists and companies who were just getting started in using 3D printing. In 2008, we became a back-end filament supplier for the biggest brands in the industry.
From 2013 until 2017, 3D Systems acquired the company to serve as an internal division in their organization. Keene Building Products acquired the company in 2017, re-establishing the business as Keene Village Plastics, an independent operator and a quality leader in 3D printing and thermoplastic welding rod markets.
THE HIGHEST QUALITY PRODUCTS FOR THE 3D PRINTING INDUSTRY
Experienced Teams, Advanced Equipment
With us, you can expect the most experienced team in the industry working on the most advanced equipment, ensuring we make the most demanding of polymers and meet the most exacting specifications.
Quality Vs. Price
We believe in producing quality filaments over cheap filaments. These low-cost 3D printing materials that flood the market have inconsistent tolerances, colors, and spool winding. All of which will ultimately cost you a failed print. In offering our superior filaments at a competitive price, we can deliver bigger benefits.
Custom Quality Control System
As a pioneering 3D printing filament supplier, technology is a big part of our process. We employ a state-of-the-art 3-axis micrometer and a proprietary quality assurance system. We do not only use top-quality raw materials to produce our filaments; we reduce the chances of blind spots and manufacturing flaws by about 268 percent compared to a dual-axis micrometer.
In our facility in Barberton, Ohio, we have dedicated production lines for 3D printing filaments and thermoplastic welding rods. Quantity, and especially quality, is never a problem. We manufacture spooling options from 500g up to 30lbs, and copper coils from 100g to 15lbs.