LAYWOO-D3 is a new FDM filament that contains wood particles binded by a polymer.
The particularity of this filament is that layer colour can be controled by varying the extrusion nozzle temperature in a range from 175°C to 250°C.
Started printing a part with LAYWOO-D3 on my 3D printer and imediatelly realised that travel speeds have to be reduced to about 50mm/s on my ultimaker if a print is to become successfull and have been plaged with extruder slips and a bit of temporary clogging of the nozzle, although this can be atributed to the extruder miss behaviour.
So far this is as far I got to:
I will try to resume my tests later in the week.