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Our thermoplastic sheet material with extraordinary characteristics. Very smooth and usable for creating double curved shapes, for extreme forms and sphere shaped objects. Thibra allows you to make corrections or improvements as it can be reheated again. In terms of environment the wright choice as all scraps can be stored and used again.
A moldable thermoplastic sheet with a mesh to ensure that it doesn’t tear during processing. Very durable and can be heated over and over again. Surface can be sanded and painted. Sticks to itself and foams. Usable for your art and industrial design projects. Can be corrected and scraps can be re-used.
Thibrapearl is a granulate especially designed for all of your art and costume projects as well as for industrial design projects. By heating it in hot water or with a heat gun, Thibrapearl becomes transparent and perfectly malleable by hand. Not satisfied with the result? Just heat up again and make your adjustments. Thibrapearl allows you to sculpt highly detailed objects and works great with Thibra and Tex.
Thibra3D Skulpt is an unique sculptable filament for 3D printing. It allows the user to make adjustments or changes on 3D prints after printing! Thibra3D Skulpt is infinitely changeable when heated with a hot air gun. A revolutionary filament for industrial designers, prototyping, artists, architects, prop makers or anyone who wants to make complete, clean and extremely smooth creations with their 3D printer. You no longer have to worry about printing lines, blobs or zits in the surface of your 3D print. Try it yourself! Imagine the time, material and frustration you will safe... Find out more: www.thibra3d.com
Cover surface with a silicone mat. Heat Thibra with a hot air gun on medium, the material will become flexible and soft. Best deformable at 70 °C. Careful: the material is too hot when it becomes shiny.
Cover an object with the heated material. Evenly press Thibra onto the surface. You can use your hand or sculpting tools to copy the details of the underlying object.
When warm it can be kneaded into any shape (comparable to clay). Unwanted blemishes can be kneaded or rubbed away completely. It might help to wet the fingers with cold water.
Let cool for 5-10 minutes. If multiple layers of Thibra are used, the cooling period gets longer. If you want to adjust the shape later on, then the material can always be reheated.
Degrease your object with lukewarm water and dishwashing soap. Thoroughly rinse off all soap residue.
Dry with a soft cloth. Make sure the object is completely dry and dustless.
Now, Thibra can be painted with acrylic paint or varnish. For maximum adhesion, prime with spray paint. It is also possible to lightly sand Thibra before painting.
The object is finished.