TGlass or TGlase is sometimes referred to as Tough Glass – is a mostly clear non-toxicity which has enabled it to be FDA approved for use in food containers and in other applications involving the direct contact with food. Also, even though TGlass isn’t biodegradable it is considered a 100% reclaimable/recycle product material. TGlass can even be mixed in with waste, such as disposed water bottles, to make new production 3D print material.
TGlass was heavily motivated by the fact that many in the 3D Printing Community have PLA-Only 3D Printers. PLA Filament is increasing in popularity as it is non-toxic, releases no fumes and a milder odor than ABS Filament; the fumes it does release smell like syrup rather than hot plastic. PLA 3D Printers can only 3d print at lower temperatures. TGlass is targeted as a low temperature industrial filament.
T-glase’s clarity supports industry’s requirements for non-destructive evaluation of 3D Printed parts.
T-Glass Possible Uses
TGlass is commonly used in the production for projects needing a stiff material, FDA approved for use in many food containers. ◦Emits almost no odors or fumes. TGlass is commonly recycled.
HDPE Possible Disadvantages
Products made of TGlass do not readily biodegrade in landfills.
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