- Item Weight: 1.1 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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- ASIN: B017SGCWZE
- Item model number: Metal-RedCopper-1KG1.75
- Average Customer Review: 2 customer reviews
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SainSmart Metal-RedCopper-1KG1.75 Red Copper Metal 1.75 mm Filament for 3D Printing, 0.5 kg/1.1 lb.
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- 0.5 kg (approximately 1.10 lbs.) spool
- 1.75Mm filament diameter (dimensional accuracy +/- 0.05Mm)
- Recommended extrusion/nozzle temperature 190°c - 200°c (374°f - 392°f)
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|Outside Diameter||1.75 millimeters|
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First of all, the plastic is very brittle and IT BREAKS WITHOUT ANY STIMULUS. It often breaks literally sitting on my spool. I'm using a Rostock Max V2 so maybe the setup has a little force on the filament but NO OTHER FILAMENT BEHAVES THIS WAY. Really disappointed in that I'm wasting really expensive filament just by letting it sit in my printer...
Second, it's not that copper-y. I was excited taking it through customs and they asked me if I had a spool of metal but it's like a dark, slightly metallic brown. I'll try polishing but so far, it seems like plastic.
Third, I haven't yet found a perfect setting so I will update when I do but I'm printing at 190°C and 60°C with blue tape and I'm not getting a very nice first layer. When I figure this out (as is necessary with many filaments), I might not be so bummed. It's just on top of the other things and the fact that this is PLA, it should print much easier than it does. We'll see...