3D Printer Filament PLA Skin-PLA Filament 1.75 mm SUNLU,Low Odor Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.02 mm 3D Printing Filament,2.2 LBS (1KG) Spool 3D Printer Filament for 3D Printers & 3D Pens,Skin

Product Features:
SUNLU PLA 3D Printer Filament is especially designed and developed for most 3D printer on the market today. Its main features are as follows:
1. SUNLU PLA gives off a smell similar to a semi-sweet cooking oil. While it certainly won’t bring back fond memories of home-cooked meals, it is considered by many an improvement over hot plastic.
2. SUNLU PLA displays less warping. This is the reason why it is possible to print without a heated bed.
3. SUNLU PLA filament is made for 3D printers with degradable bio-plastic.
4. SUNLU PLA filament Printed objects will generally have a glossier look.
5. SUNLU PLA 3d printing filament is compatible with most commercially available non-cartridge based 3D printers. 6. Backed by our 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE.

Product specifications:
Brand: SUNLU
Material: PLA
Diameter: 1.75mm
Tolerance: +/- 0.02mm
Print temperature: 190-220℃(374-428℉)
Print speed: 50-100mm/s
Baseplate temperature: No heating required
Bubble: 100% zero-bubble
Length: 1.75mm (1kg=2.20 lbs) = 330m

Quick start guide for PLA printing material
The first layer is the most important part of any print. There are a few things you need to do to get the first layer to stick well.
1. You need the print bed (or print surface) to be level.
2. You need the extruder to be homed to the correct height from the bed.
3. You need a good base material for your PLA to adhere to.

How to store:
1. Keep material in sealed bag until ready for use.
2. Avoid Water. Keep in dry place.
3. Keep away from heat.
4. Recommended storage temperature: -20 to 50℃(68-122℉)

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Product Features

  • SUNLU PLA 3D filament Accurate diameter: 1.75mm, variations + /-0.2mm,roundness +/-0.05mm,1KG (approximately 2.20 lbs) Spool=330 meters.
  • PLA Recommend Temperature: Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 190°C – 220°C (356°F – 410°F),PLA fialment can be processed at 185 degrees.
  • PLA(Polylactic Acid) Material: Good toughness high strength, high stiffness,low shrinkage, thermoforming dimensional stability.
  • SUNLU PLA has a low melt strength, easier shaping print model,No block nozzle, good stick hot bed, a smooth PLA used.
  • Safe and Odorless: PLA has a sweet smell when burning and doesn’t produce harmul fumes during printing.

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  • Knetic

    Not great, takes a lot of work This filament took a lot more work than others to work with. It seems to be very stringy and has terrible first first layer adhesion. It constantly cools unevenly and has a tendency to bead up rather than lay in a smooth line. I’ve had successful prints with it, but only after setting my first-layer speed to 25% of normal, tripling the number of skirts I use, and tending to it with tweezers at first to pull out any stray pieces.I put it through all sorts of paces, trying different…

  • Carl

    It seemed to be a good filament but I found it strips easily and seem … I do a lot of 3d printing. For this reason I have bought a lot of filament. I have found some filaments print exceptionally well, others not so much. In my personal experience I had been printing one particular print multiple times. It printed successfully 3 times prior to changing to this filament. After 3 failed attempts to print the same file I switched back to the filament I was using and no troubles. It seemed to be a good filament but I found it strips easily and seem to jam in the…

  • Shai Perednik

    In my opinion it prints just as good as my $20 spools Some background: I have 3 printers, 1 wanhao Di3, a 40x40x40 corexy DIY build, and an mPrime One reprap. I have 40kg of various filaments in my work area at the moment. Different brands, types, fills, etc… I have generic PLA settings that work on nearly every PLA. I’ve gone through 12KG over the last 3mo of Sunlu’s Blue and White PLA. I generally print in the neighborhood of 80-120 mm/s depending on the printer, material and model.So how does this Sunlu Orange compare to my…

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