- 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 +/- 0.05mm)
- Spool Diameter: 7.88" - Spool Width: 2.69" - Spool Hub Hole Diameter: 2.20"
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HATCHBOX 3D WOOD-1KG1.75 3D Printer Filament, Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05mm, 1.75 mm, 1 kg Spool, Wood
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|Part Number||3D WOOD-1KG1.75|
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|Model 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 +/- 0.05mm. 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 Eco-friendly.
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Here's a video with some other shots of the rosettes/plinth blocks. [...] Guess it doesn't work to insert the link. Search YouTube for "3D printed library room" and it'll come up.
Con: More pricey. Stringy.
Heres my settings: Temp 220C. Cold bed. 40 mm/s speed. Used PET film on glass as print surface. With a Flashforge Creator Pro.
It holds good detail and sands, paints, stains, and glues amazingly. This model was sanded to try to remove any signs of layers. This was 10cm height so some areas were to small to sand. I love that this can be easily sanded and removes all traces of layers. You can't even tell its a 3D print. The feel of it is more like balsa wood.
Printing 3D is a little tricky but not the hardest filament. It produces alot of stings. This sticks to buildtak too well. I had to scrape the stuck supports off with a blade. I did not stick to glass. It stuck best to PET film. It stuck to PET with a cold bed well enough but large flat pieces curled. I am going to try heated PET film next.
would be cool to see if the wood smell could really be brought out more in future producs. something like aromatic cedar could be fun, and maybe even make the filament vary in shade a bit to give it a slightly more randomized color texture in the final printed model.