AMOLEN 3D Printer Filament, Glow in The Dark Blue PLA Filament 1.75mm +/- 0.03 mm, 1KG/2.2lb, Includes Sample Marble Filament – 100% USA

Amolen provides higher quality 3D printing materials like PLA(includes silk /marble /bronze/copper/shining /wood PLA/conductive/glow in the dark/temp color change), PETG, flexible TPU and more.

Product Features

  • HIGH COMPATIBILITY – Perfectly compatible with most of the FDM 3D Printer, 1.75mm pla filament consistent diameter, dimensional accuracy +/- 0.03mm
  • SMOOTHLY PRINT- Orderly wrapped, melt well, feed smoothly and constantly without clogging the nozzle or extruder
  • Glow in the Dark – Contains phosphorescent materials that glow in the dark after absorbing light energy. Glowing effect is stronger when exposed to UV light
  • PREMIER MATERIAL – Raw materials are from USA, eco-friendly with good performance
  • HIGH PERFORMANCE – Good shaping, no bubble, no jamming, no warping

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3 thoughts on “AMOLEN 3D Printer Filament, Glow in The Dark Blue PLA Filament 1.75mm +/- 0.03 mm, 1KG/2.2lb, Includes Sample Marble Filament – 100% USA”

  1. Looks good but understand this is a very tiny spool at a very premium price. l was specifically looking for blue glow and this was my only choice, at 200grams it’s 1/5th a standard spool so understand you are paying over $75 a Kilogram for this stuff. It’s priced much higher than almost all premium filaments on the market. it also has a very dim glow. Do not expect this to be as bright as the picture in any way or time. it cant get that bright, in fact it’s barely visible in total darkness.I do wish there was a larger option for the blue glow in the…

  2. Great material for unique 3D prints. I saw this in one of my random filament shopping rounds and had to try it.As some other reviewers have stated, you REALLY have to charge objects made from this filament. Really really really charge them. If you don’t, you’ll be disappointed with little to no glow from your 3D printed objects. In my short experience direct sunlight charges this filament best.As far as printing, no issues for me. I’ve used my standard settings of 220 degrees at the nozzle, 60mm per…

  3. Glows blue in the (very) dark First of all, print quality is top notch. If this stuff jams your hot end, don’t use a printer you got in a box of cracker jacks. I printed at 220C and it’s a nice matte clear color when not glowing.On to the good stuff. I couldn’t tell this stuff was glowing until I had my room nearly pitch black. I was a little disappointed that it wasn’t brighter, but not really enough to dock a star. If you look at the pictures, you’ll see the glow level in the very dark room, glow level in a…

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