BAMtack! 1.75mm Natural PLA 3D Printer Filament – 1kg (2.2 lbs) +/- 0.03mm Accuracy

December 14, 2016 - Comment

Calling All Makers! Let your imagination lead with BAMtack! 3D printing filament. With a diameter of +/- 0.03, BAMtack’s high quality filament is designed for compatibility with 3D desktops printers consuming 1.75mm filament. Bring your favorite supervillain to life with awesome filament in 14 different colors. Don’t pay a lot to play a lot. Design.

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Calling All Makers! Let your imagination lead with BAMtack! 3D printing filament. With a diameter of +/- 0.03, BAMtack’s high quality filament is designed for compatibility with 3D desktops printers consuming 1.75mm filament. Bring your favorite supervillain to life with awesome filament in 14 different colors. Don’t pay a lot to play a lot. Design. Create. Play. BAMtack!

Product Features

  • PLA Plastic (Polylactic Acid) – a polymer which is harder than ABS, and melts at a lower temperature
  • Amount: 1kg (2.2lbs) of Filament Per Spool
  • Filament Diameter: 1.75mm (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm)
  • Recommended Nozzle Temperature: 190 – 240C – Depending on type of 3D printer, printing speed, and ambient conditions
  • Compatibility: Works with all 1.75mm 3D printers including Makerbot, Afinia, Lulzbot, Flashforge, Solidoodle, 3D Doodler (pen), Mbot, and Type A

Comments

Carl says:

“None more white” I bought a Flashforge Creator Pro last week that came with one spool of black ABS and one of White. I started printing with that, trying various models from thingiverse.com with varying success. I also bought this BAMtack! white PLA at the same time, but didn’t start using it until yesterday. I can’t compare it to any other PLA (yet) since this is all I’ve used so far, but after printing the Celtic Skull in White ABS and then using this PLA, I can say the differences are pretty amazing…

W. Shelton says:

Nice Product I used this product with my Glyby Intelligent 3D Printing Pen. I ordered the sample size of the while 1.77mm filament, when using with a 3D printing pen the sample size can create a lot of creations. The item was nicely packaged with an anti-moisture capsule to keep the product dry. The white filament fit perfectly into my pen. The filament produced a very nice quality item, other posted that it was brittle but I did not have that issue. It fed into the pen very nicely and melted…

J. Batwinis says:

Bang for the Buck BAMtack! PLA is an excellent value at it’s price point. It extrudes fairly well, although I did experience more feed jumping on layer 1 than I have with other filaments. I’ve used both the orange and the white (See photo). Both have a more matte finish than other filaments.The seller’s own brand filament (IC3D, linked) is a brighter, glossier white. For my next spool, I’ll likely go back to the IC3D brand PLA, as it’s a brighter finish, extrudes a little better, and is made in the…

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