IC3D White 1.75mm PLA 3D Printer Filament – 2lb Spool – Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05mm – Professional Grade 3D Printing Filament – MADE IN USA

December 8, 2016 - Comment

Limited Time Promotional Price! IC3D® – For 3D Printers, By 3D Printers (TM) Spend more time printing with high-quality 3D printer filament from IC3D®. IC3D® extrudes 3D printer filament in-house in Ohio, USA. Strict production standards for cleanliness and tolerance specifications ensure the diameter is within +/- 0.10mm and ovality (roundness) is within 4%. Quality

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Limited Time Promotional Price! IC3D® – For 3D Printers, By 3D Printers (TM) Spend more time printing with high-quality 3D printer filament from IC3D®. IC3D® extrudes 3D printer filament in-house in Ohio, USA. Strict production standards for cleanliness and tolerance specifications ensure the diameter is within +/- 0.10mm and ovality (roundness) is within 4%. Quality is the top priority as each spool is hand checked, vacuum sealed with desiccant, and packaged. IC3D® filament is extensively tested with success on a variety of mainstream desktop 3D printers utilizing various extruder designs and hot-end styles. Every spool of IC3D® filament is backed by a 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE.

Product Features

  • PLA Plastic (Polylactic Acid) – a eco-friendly 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

Steve Martin says:

With other brands (mostly Chinese-sourced garbage sold at premium prices – some even claiming to … I have tried several brands of 1.75mm PLA filament and this has, by far, been the most reliable. With other brands (mostly Chinese-sourced garbage sold at premium prices – some even claiming to be made in the USA) I would have a host of problems, the most frustrating of which is encountering knots in the PLA – this causes the filament to either break or grind in the extruder because it cannot be fed from the roll. I have now run down more than 75% of an IC3D roll and have not encountered any…

CW says:

Sticking with the black IC3D PLA IC3D contacted me for feedback through what I’m assuming is an automated email after my purchase on Amazon. So here it is, Michael Cao. I give this roll of blue IC3D PLA only one star. Right out of the Amazon box I had an issue with terrible print quality so I sent an email to IC3D support the very same day. “If you need support with one of our products, please email support@ic3dprinters.com.” Now 10 full days later I have not heard back. I had a wonderful experience with a roll…

Anonymous says:

For reference, I am using a Powerspec 3D Pro 2 printer with Simplify 3D software.I am extremely new to the world of 3D printing and dabbled lightly in a few different filament options, mainly ABS and PLA. After trying out a number of the filament options that were available at my local Microcenter with my printer, I was experiencing what seemed to be mediocre and somewhat acceptable results. I say “seemed to be” because I really didn’t know what the capabilities of this…

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