HYREL 3D – Printing with Clay, Plasticine, Play-Doh, and Silicone RTV

On June 4th, 2013, we debuted a new extruder to the world.

The HYREL Emulsifiable Extruder (EMO-25) debuted as the EMO1, and we demonstrated the ability to 3D print with an Air-Dry Clay, Plasticine, Play-Doh, and Silicone RTV. Here are the youtube video links:

Air-Dry Clay:



We also demonstrated a silicone RTV print on our 33rd Live Broadcast on our justin.tv/hyrel3d channel.

The HYREL Emulsifiable Extruder (EMO-25) has several advantages including:
1.) The cartridge-based system, which the user can load themselves.
2.) The ability to reuse the material. Thus it has a very low impact on the environment.
3.) Modular, using our patent pending interchangeable head technology.
4.) Currently operated at room temperature, with no extra heat requirements, therefore no chance of getting burned.
5.) Perfect for schools – from Elementary up! Also stop motion film studios!
6.) Does not require a homogenized build environment (air ducts do not affect the prints).
7.) Safe and Non-toxic (clay, plasticines & Play-Doh).
8.) Variety of materials is virtually limitless, already proven with Air-dry Clay, Plasticine, Play-Doh, RTV … more coming!

Finally, the HYREL EMO-25 can be easily swapped out on the HYREL 3D Printer to go back to ABS / PLA (traditional 3d printing materials). We have built in a CANBUS to handle all connects / disconnects to each printer, to see this in action, please see this link here:

For more information, please reach out to us at:
(404)-914-1748 (US shop phone)
Skype: hy.rel (video chat is available!)

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