- Material: PLA; Color: Medium Spring Green; Net Weight: 1KG(2.2LB)
- Recommended Printing Temperature: 190°C - 210°C(374°F-410°F); Printing Speed: 40-90mm/s; Print With heated build platform is recommended
- Thickness 1.75mm; Diameter tolerance: +/-0.03mm, the stability control is highly assured
- Comes in vacuum sealed plastic bag and Pxmalion Customized Package Box with user-friendly opening
- Compatible with most 3D printers and 3D printing pens; bubbles, dust and dirt free
Pxmalion PLA 3D Filament, Medium Spring Green, 1.75mm, Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, Net Weight 1KG(2.2LB), Compatible with most 3D Printer & 3D Printing Pen
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Pxmalion PLA 3D filaments are available in 16 colors: black/ blue/ green/ purple/ red/ silver/ white/ yellow/ clear/ orange/ hot pink/ rosy brown/ bronze metal/ gold/ dark orchid/ skiny.
PLA is derived from renewable resources such as corn starch or sugar cane and doesn't give off an evil smell when printing with it. As a result, PLA based 3D printer filaments are much more environmentally friendly than other plastic materials. It is safer regarding emissions in the home and classroom.
PLA doesn't contract so dramatically when cooling down, so you don't necessarily need a heated bed on your 3D printer. Outside of 3D printing, PLA plastic is often used in food containers, such as candy wrappers, and biodegradable medical implants, such as sutures.
Specifics and Printing Conditions
- Material: PLA
- Color: Green
- Diameter (Tolerance): 1.75 mm
- Net Weight: 1kg
- Recommended Printing Temp: 190°C-210°C(374°F-410°F)
- Recommended Printing Speed: 40-90 mm/s
- Compatible with universal 3D printers which use 1.75mm PLA filaments, such as FDM printer, MakerBot, RepRap, UP plus, MP select mini, afinia, Prusa, etc.
Note: Pxmalion PLA filaments have been vacuumed sealed with desiccant to ensure the best printing performance.
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Great value I have tried 4 diff filament and this stuff just works
Only concern I can think of the last 1/3 of a roll has a few spooling issues you might have to baby it but just let it feed properly and it should work its way out
I printed it at 195deg C and 40mm/so with a bed temperature of 50deg. I was able to turn off the bed after a few layers and I had no issues with peeling up. If I printed faster than 50mm I had a bit of stringing but I am sure that those who have had their printer longer than me can figure out the right temperature and speed for themselves but this is what worked for me. I had no issues with clogging and checking with my calipers the diameter of the filament was within the range I stated on the box/listing.
I also had no issues with the way it was wound. I was able to start my prints and walk away without worrying about tangles or breakages. Great filament for the price!
My set up is:
Printer: Prusa I3 MK2S
Nozzle Temp: 205c (200c-210c)
Bed Temp: 65c
Part Fan: Off for first layer, full blast for the rest
The color is a very nice light green, very similar to a mint green. It seems a bit weird from looking at it in the pictures, but I was surprised how nice the color comes out in printed things. I printed a few test pieces, including the new trendy turtle from thingiverse (Thing numbers at the bottom). The turtle came out great! The color was really fun and perfect for a little turtle.
I was able to print this filament overall really well. I noticed this filament is a bit temperature specific, and likes to be printed really close to 200c-210c. Anything below 190 and it would not stick to the plate, and anything above 210c would give me pretty significant stringing. You will notice this issue in my sample cube picture. This filament does also like a fairly hot plate similarly to the silver Pxmalion PLA filament. I set my bed to about 60c-65c. The filament adhered to the surface great and did not pull off for all my prints, even without a brim on smaller detailed parts (Like the head and neck of the turtle). I did notice a tiny bit of stringing, even at the ideal temperatures, but I was able to pull off the strings pretty easily, or heat them off with a lighter.
This is a great colored filament that prints very good details (small or large) on my MK2s. I was able to print some fine detailed things with great success, and I am excited to use this fun color in other interesting prints. The quality seems on par with all other PLA’s I have tried, and apart from slight stringing and a more specific temperature, this PLA prints great, and I have had no clogs or issues with it in the hours I have been printing. I recommend this to anybody looking for an affordable and fun colored PLA filament!
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Update: Was contacted by the company and offered a replacement. There was apparently some coloring issue with the last batch or something. New roll showed up and is as described and pictured. Same good quality as the previous rolls I have purchased and I will continue to purchase and recommend this brand.
Further update: Have used about 1/4 of the roll of green so far, everything from some GoPro accessories and printer parts, to some home decorations.
Had excellent results printing on my Anet A8 on glass bed with extruder temps around 205 degrees and bed temps at 70 degrees initial layer, and backing down to 60 for the remainder of the prints.
All of my models have been extremely smooth and layers have all been consistent and no wide variations in filament thickness throughout the roll, like I've come to expect from so many of the other brands out there today.
I can't recommend Pxmalion PLA filament enough. Looking forward to trying out their ABS in the future.