- Color Change Filament
- From Purple Blue to Pink
- Color Change Temperature: about 31°C
Ultra smooth technology
With our ultra smooth technology, our filaments are capable to extrude beautifully and smoothly that help to build a more delicate object.
Our vacuum sealed packaging guarantees you to experience the best performance by isolating moisturized environment to the filaments.
Our filaments had been tested on various brands of 3D printer in the market and with positive customers’ feedback.
All our materials are purely grow and made in the USA.
3D Solutech is a professional filament manufacturer specialized in providing various colors and materials for 3d printing.
Quality is our top priority as we hand checked each spool, vacuum sealed and packaged. Our filament is proven to maintain smooth and consistent printing experience that achieves best printing result.
Our filament is always round, with no oily residue, no air bubbles, no kinks or breaks and backed by our 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE.
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1 X 1.75mm Purple PLA filament (2.2Lbs)
1 X Filament Clip
PLA(poly lactic acid)
PLA, or Poly Lactic Acid, is made from organic material – specifically cornstarch and sugarcane. This is why it is called ‘the green plastic’. This makes the material both easier and safer to use, while giving it a smoother and shinier appearance that’s more aesthetically pleasing. The thermoplastic is also more pleasant on the nose, as the sugar-based material smells slightly sweet when heated opposed to the harsh smell often associated with ABS. However, while PLA might seem like a better overall choice at first glance, it features a far lower melting point than ABS. This means that using printed parts for mechanical operations, or even storing them in high-temperature locations, can result in the part warping, cracking, or melting. The material is also weaker than ABS, though, it can achieve a superior level of print detail and is less prone to errors while printing.
Frequently Asked Questions
1) Filament not extruding properly?
A: Check the type of filament you’re working with and set the proper extruder temperature based on the filament type and heated build platform if applicable; trial and error. Rule of thumb is to set the extruder temperature to the highest temperature for the specific filament, then decrease the temperature by 5°C until properly extruded. Please note this will vary with each 3D printer.
2) How do I store my filament?
A: Most filaments tend to absorb moisture from the air; because of this your filament can become brittle and slowly degrade the quality. It’s recommended to keep unused filament and store it in a storage container or zip lock bag with a desiccant.
3) Is your filament tangled?
A: Check that the spool is spinning smoothly on the mount.