SainSmart 3D Printer Wood Filament 1kg (1.75mm Light Brown)

March 11, 2015 - Comment

SainSmart 3D Printer Filament * SainSmart 3D Printer Filament provides quality ABS/ PLA/ PVA/ HIPS/ PETG/ TPU and Wood 3D filament with vibrant colors. It is professional to enable you to see your thoughts and concepts engineered into a real and rewarding reality. * This filament is always round, with no oily residue, no air bubbles, and it comes loaded on a quality spool. * The quality of the filament is of great quality, and no kinks or breaks. Best choice for perfect printing! Features: * Widely used in health care, education, toys, building, automobile, electronics, anime field, etc. * For common 3D printers such as Reprap, FlashForge, MakerBot,Afinia,Solidoodle 2,Printrbot LC,MakerGear M2, UP! and more. 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. 4) Is the nozzle clogged? A: Run the Load script from the onboard menus. Observe the plastic as it emerges from the nozzle. Does it drop straight down, or curl up toward the extruder? If it curls back up toward the extruder, the nozzle may be partially clogged. Product Features 1 KG (approximately 2.20 lbs) Spool 1.75mm Filament Diameter (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05mm) Wood 3D Printer Filament Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 195°C – 215°C (383°F – 415°F) Spool Diameter: 8″ – Spool Width: 2.50″ – Spool Hub Hole Diameter: 1.50″

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SainSmart 3D Printer Filament

* SainSmart 3D Printer Filament provides quality ABS/ PLA/ PVA/ HIPS/ PETG/ TPU and Wood 3D filament with vibrant colors. It is professional to enable you to see your thoughts and concepts engineered into a real and rewarding reality.

* This filament is always round, with no oily residue, no air bubbles, and it comes loaded on a quality spool.
* The quality of the filament is of great quality, and no kinks or breaks. Best choice for perfect printing!

Features:

* Widely used in health care, education, toys, building, automobile, electronics, anime field, etc.
* For common 3D printers such as Reprap, FlashForge, MakerBot,Afinia,Solidoodle 2,Printrbot LC,MakerGear M2, UP! and more.

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.

4) Is the nozzle clogged?
A: Run the Load script from the onboard menus. Observe the plastic as it emerges from the nozzle. Does it drop straight down, or curl up toward the extruder? If it curls back up toward the extruder, the nozzle may be partially clogged.

Product Features

  • 1 KG (approximately 2.20 lbs) Spool
  • 1.75mm Filament Diameter (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05mm)
  • Wood 3D Printer Filament Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant
  • Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 195°C – 215°C (383°F – 415°F)
  • Spool Diameter: 8″ – Spool Width: 2.50″ – Spool Hub Hole Diameter: 1.50″

Comments

B-row says:

so far its my best printing filament so far its my best printing filament. Very smooth outcome. A tiny bit stringy.Its not quite as strong as pla/abs, The lack of flexibility makes it a bit easier to de-laminate with shearing force on a thinner part. It cracks easily when flexed. I have to be careful about how much hairspray I use on my bed when printing thin things. Probably don’t need any… but better safe? It gets a bit stringy when I’m printing. I keep the temp up for max layer adhesion. If I lower the temp, the strings go away. 215c is hot for it. it will print down to 195 easily enough. I haven’t tried 190.Spool is cardboard and arrived a bit beat up. Its a soft card compared to what you’d think, but I don’t use a spool edge bobbin. The center of the spool is plastic. the cardboard is just there to keep the filament from falling off.Has an interesting sheen to it when done. It not “just brown”. Color changes with temperature. Lower the lighter. It seems…

John J. Shaw "John Shaw" says:

I like it. 0

Riki says:

I’ve actually been cioeidsrnng/contemplating/dreaming about getting a 3d printer for a few years, but the issue for me is I want it mainly for architectural model work (day job). Any personal benefits would be great, but I couldn’t justify the expense. The problem for me is the super-high cost of ones that can print much larger objects (say 18 24 print area, give or take). I’d still love to hear your impressions and tips, though and hopefully sooner or later the prices will hit a reasonable level (or I’ll win the lotto!).

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