Wet 3D printing filament can cause all sorts of issues. In fact, many of the issues that hotends or nozzles get blamed for can actually be traced back to filament that has absorbed too much moisture. Slice Engineering’s facility is located in humid Florida, so they set out to find an easy way to keep the humidity from killing their prints. The Filament Drying Desiccant was the result.
To use simply remove the outer shrink wrap and pop off the cap, then insert the canister into the center of your filament spool. Store the spool in an airtight container and watch the humidity drop! More information can be found here.
Want to see testing to verify our Filament Drying Desiccant is as amazing as Slice say it is?
Check out Slice’s Desiccant Activation Testing White Paper!