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HATCHBOX 3D Printer Filament, Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, 1.75 mm, 1 kg Spool, Wood
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|Item Weight||1000 Grams|
|Item Diameter||1.75 Millimeters|
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- 1KG (2.2 lb) Spool
- Wood 3D Printer Filament Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant
- Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 175°C - 220°C (347°F - 428°F)
- 1.75mm Filament Diameter (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm)
- Spool Diameter: 7.88" - Spool Width: 2.69" - Spool Hub Hole Diameter: 2.20"
Specifications for this item
|Global Trade Identification Number||00849344040439|
|Item Diameter||1.75 millimeters|
|Item Volume||0 cubic_centimeters|
|Item Weight||2.20 pounds|
|Model Number||3D WOOD-1KG1.75|
|Number of Items||1|
|Outside Diameter||1.75 millimeters|
|Part Number||3D WOOD-1KG1.75|
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Welcome to HATCHBOX 3D Products Our engineered filament is here to help you stream your creative outlet, enabling you to see your thoughts and concepts engineered into a real and rewarding reality. The filaments are universally designed and compatible with 3D Printers using 1.75mm diameter filament, with a dimensional accuracy of +/- 0.03mm. Wood PLA Hybrid, or Polylactic Acid with fine wood particles, is a commonly used thermoplastic material that does not require the use of a heated print bed. Blending a mixture of plant-based materials, polymers, and wood particles creates HATHCHBOX 3D Printer's Wood PLA Hybrid, making this material more earth- friendly. You'll be able to sand and stain the finish product if you wish. The 3D printed object will have a wood finish with HATCHBOX's Wood filament. Why we love it: Less warping Easy to use No heated bed required.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 8.7 x 8.39 x 2.8 inches; 2.2 Pounds
- Item model number : 3D WOOD-1KG1.75
- Date First Available : June 23, 2015
- Manufacturer : HATCHBOX
- ASIN : B01092XXD4
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#32,704 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
- #446 in 3D Printing Filament
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Be sure you sand all the surfaces, it will help with stain adhesion. You don't need to go crazy with fine grit paper, I think I sanded down to 120 and it turned out great. I found that gel stain worked better than regular stain, and dark colors were definitely better, more realistic results than light. 4 coats of spray poly and some steel wool and you would SWEAR these pieces are wood.
I am definitely a believer and will be buying more rolls of this!
It has a slight wood smell while it prints not like a wood shop but not like super cheap would smell either. Nor does the smell last long once it's done printing. It's quite easy to sand after and smooth out. I just had some oil wood stain lying around and it does take a lot of coats to get it the right color, other reviews have recommendation for stains that will probably work better than oil based. Once it's stained people find it hard to believe it was 3d printed.
Also please note this filament absorbs moisture from the air rather quickly so it's best to store it away in a air tight bag and heater it up a bit to dry it out before using it else you'll hear steam and popping noises.
Edit: When printing larger items that were taking several hours to complete, I started experiencing print failures, nozzle clogs which then led to grinding of my extruder gear. I was finding specks of black in printed lines leading up to this and after some research realized that you can't leave this stuff just sitting in a hot nozzle allowing it to ooze or it will burn the wood particles, which caused a lot of my issues. Since then I've dropped my printing temp from 195C to 185C and upped the speed to 65mm/s and I've been getting great results! If you are new to wood filament as I was and are experiencing issues don't give up to early! I'm very satisfied with this filament and I'm keeping it 5 stars!
I created a sculpture (1st time working with wood, real or otherwise - inspired by some pictures on other reviewers HERE), and it turned out excellent. I learned a few lessons for the future on better engraving and staining techniques. I created a thingiverse instructional for it, located here:
This filament is an excellent option to have.
The filament has a wide range of working temperature. I tried many variations on my Prusa MK3S to get this working but in the end the settings were relatively simple. In PrusaSlicer I made the following changes...
Under "Filament Settings" I started with 'ColorFabb woodFill' and changed the extrusion multiplier to 1.1
Under "Printer Settings" I started with the default 'Original Prusa MK3S' and changed my extruder settings to have a length of 1mm, lift Z of 0mm, and retraction speed of 45 mm/s. This produced less stringing, produced better looking top layers, and removed the possibility of the filament getting clogged on a retraction.
Top reviews from other countries
Luce muy bien como madera, pues tiene un acabado mate, es muy diferente a un PLA color café, pues la sensación del objeto con este filamento no es de plástico, sin embargo, es menos resistente que el PLA común, hay que tener cuidado con las piezas impresas, lo recomiendo solo para lo ornamental.
Will probably buy again. I really like it. Was a nice change to run on printer :)
I have an Ender 3 with Direct Drive and my first print came out perfectly... no stringing at all.
My Cura settings were 0.2 layer height, 190/50, speed: 40 with initial layer 20, flow 110%, retraction 1mm, skirt.
As always, I print on blue tape with glue stick.
This filament prints beautifully. Once cold it’s still a bit flexible and has a matte finish.
I was quite surprised to smell wood while it was printing.
EDIT: I am experiencing a bit of delamination: it seems the layers don’t stick so well as with regular PLA, even printing at 220°C which is the highest range of manufacturer’s recommendations.