TAGin3D was created following the ambition of its managers to make known and benefit from their experience in the field of filament extrusion. Evolving in various fields of activity, but always linked to 3D while respecting a relentless quality requirement.

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In 2012, the team of TAG Plasturgie (Avant-Garde Technique), a parent company, took a close interest in this technology and decided to launch into the production of 3D yarn by equipping their factory with two lines. additional extrusion. These lines are specially designed around the production of 3D filament. It was then that in 2015, the TAGin3D brand was born.

The first filaments to be developed were Natural PLA and Universal ABS, flagship materials used in the manufacture of 3D printed objects. The TAGin3D range of filaments is therefore on the starting blocks and a wide variety of colors is available for each of them (RAL available with MOQ).

The polyamide is the material heart of the company, TAG’s technical team focused on polyamide printable on any printer.

It was in 2016 that the need to create a Research & Development unit in the 3D filament sector was felt. The choice to launch this unit under the name of Corextrusion Group was made while including a commercial platform for 3D filaments developed by TAGin3D.

Under this impetus, this is how the advanced patented 3D Skin Protect technology was developed, making it possible to coextrude a filament considerably limiting its absorption of moisture and limiting the abrasion of certain abrasive fibers. It is a real second protective skin wrapping the core of the filament. It is also thanks to this technology that the TECH range has become known on the market thanks to its very high properties and low water absorption of 0.7% (23 ° C, 50% RH).

Always on the lookout for all the new products on the market, TAGin3D is constantly developing new 3D filaments from many materials such as polyamides, polycarbonate, polystyrene, polyethylene, polypropylene, acrylonitrile butadiene styrene, amorphous and semi-crystalline material. All these materials can then be supplemented with many fibers such as glass, wood, talc …

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