(330) 753-0100

“A Village Built on Quality” | 2022 Quality Improvements

July 29, 2022

  THE HIGHEST QUALITY PRODUCTS FOR THE 3D PRINTING INDUSTRY   The 3D market is flooded with low-cost materials that have inconsistent tolerances, colors, and spool winding. Any and all of these can cost the user to have a failed print. We understand that getting a great price is hard to pass on, but too…

Read More

MakeShaper is OFFICIALLY moving into the Village!

January 7, 2022

Keene Village Plastics (KVP), known for their high-quality, engineering grade 3D filament, is pleased to announce the expansion of their online store to include MakeShaper, a brand of user-friendly, economical 3D filament, starting in April 2022.      Since its foundation in 2004, KVP has developed a strong reputation in the 3D printing industry among dealers, distributors, and…

Read More

In Loving Memory of Sanjay Mortimer (1989-2021)

December 3, 2021

  Today, December 3rd, is National 3D Printing Day. Normally, this would be a day to highlight all the best achievements in 3D printing from the past year.   However, in light of recent news, it feels only appropriate to focus on one company—and one individual, in particular— whose efforts have taken the 3D industry…

Read More

ARTICLE: Researchers, students harnessing futuristic power of 3D printing

November 6, 2018

Imagine a world where doctors tailor medications for your body, where they can kill cancer while repairing the tissue around it and where kids who break their glasses can print new custom-made pairs. Sounds like science fiction, right? In universities around Louisiana, researchers are harnessing the futuristic power of 3D printing and trying to catch…

Read More

ARTICLE: How Your Small Business Can Take Advantage of 3D Printing

August 9, 2018

“Although 3D printing is a relatively new technology, it’s quickly finding its place among many industries. The introduction of smaller and more efficient 3D printers has served to accelerate its adoption, more so in small businesses. As a small business owner, you’ve probably heard of 3D printing but still wondering how it can benefit your…

Read More

ARTICLE: How 3D Printing Can Benefit Small Businesses

July 17, 2018

“Recent advancements in the 3D printing technology have made it possible to make large objects. Modern 3D printers can use different filament materials, making it possible to create almost any object. If you operate a small business, 3D printing provides an opportunity to grow and succeed. Keene Village Plastics shares more information about this innovative technology. Cheaper Prototypes​ Startups have…

Read More

ARTICLE: Ways to Make Your 3D Printing Process More Efficient

July 12, 2018

“Most manufacturers who require 3D printing know the advantages it has for their business. But there are still some aspects that work behind the scenes that can help you have a more efficient process. Keene Village Plastics believe that buying HIPS filament for your 3D printing needs is an economical step to an efficient printing process. Some would analyze their need for…

Read More
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…

Read More

Claim a Free Expo Pass to Atlantic Design & Manufacturing

June 5, 2018

You have been invited as a VIP Guest to Atlantic Design & Manufacturing. Click the photo below to claim your pass!  

Read More
3D printing machines

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,”…

Read More