LayFilaments GROWLAY Filament - 1.75mm - 250 g - Brown

GRLb_17/1/025

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GROWLAY is microcapillary. Its cavities absorb and store water, dissolved liquid nutrients or fertilizer. Promoted because of the capillary action throughout the printed object.
Mold grows through the open-cell capillaries and forms a mycelium.

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Print 3D objects and let biological cultures grow:

1. grass; moss
2. fungus; mildew
3. lichen
4. mycelium
5. pharma-cultures, mother cells

GROWLAY works like a breeding ground.

GROWLAY properties:

GROWLAY is microcapillary. Its cavities absorb and store water, dissolved liquid nutrients or fertilizer. Promoted because of the capillary action throughout the printed object.
Mold grows through the open-cell capillaries and forms a mycelium.
Seeds of grasses can get caught and grow in Growlay.
Spores find room to germinate in small cavities. (see SEM-Pics)
Roots cling to the structures of the object filling.
Even lichens grow on Growlay. These usually grow preferentially on stones of walls or trees.
GROWLAY can be sterilized (for food use and research) with gases or wet (but not thermally)
For color differentiation, objects printed with Growlay can be subsequently colored with food colors.
absorptive carrier for agents
GROWLAY is available in the functionally different versions white
and brown

Version white is an experimental filament & fully compostable
The brown version contains not only pores but also built-in "food" in the form of cell material which is needed for growth

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LayFilaments GROWLAY Filament - 1.75mm - 250 g - Brown

LayFilaments GROWLAY Filament - 1.75mm - 250 g - Brown

GROWLAY is microcapillary. Its cavities absorb and store water, dissolved liquid nutrients or fertilizer. Promoted because of the capillary action throughout the printed object.
Mold grows through the open-cell capillaries and forms a mycelium.

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