X3D Pro Smooth Filament 1.75mm 1kg
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High Strength silky smooth, glossy print
X3D Smooth Filament is made of a Polymer composite PLA material. It has a higher strength and toughness compared to regular PLA and is not brittle. It is also biodegradable, has a low shrinkage rate along with good rigidity. Printed objects will have a very glossy, silk satin appearance.
Recommended nozzle temperature is 190-230℃ along with a slower printing speed in order to get a smooth satin surface finish. Recommended heat bed temperature is 50℃ along with keeping your printer fans on.
The X3D formula is RoHs compliant and tested for quality on all our X3D range of 3D printers. X3D Premium is the professional filament of choice. It also comes with a no fuss return or refund guarantee.
- Smooth and Consistent Print
- Extra Strong
- High Impact Resistance Quality
- No Harmful Additives and RoHS compliant
- Consistent Quality from Reel to Reel
- 1kg Roll
|Diameter Tolerance||+/- 0.03mm|
Store filament away from the sun and in a sealed plastic bag with the silicon moisture bag inside.
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Product: X3D Pro Smooth Filament 1.75mm 1kg
The finish on this filament is very smooth and glossy, although I ordered a roll of the red it actually prints quite pink. I found that when printing on glass using a heated bed the print would stick so well to the bed that I couldn't get it off without almost breaking the glass, after much prying and levering the print finally came off the bed when some of the lower-middle layers separated.
Axton - Aug 2018