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Review CSH Marble PLA 1.75mm, 3D Printing Filament PLA for FDM 3D Printer/Pen, 1kg 1 Spool, Neat Rows, No Tangling, No Clogging, Superior Adhesion

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Details: CSH Marble PLA 1.75mm, 3D Printing Filament PLA for FDM 3D Printer/Pen, 1kg 1 Spool, Neat Rows, No Tangling, No Clogging, Superior Adhesion

Brand: CSH Filament

review CSH Marble PLA 1.75mm, 3D Printing Filament PLA for FDM 3D Printer/Pen, 1kg 1 Spool, Neat Rows, No Tangling, No Clogging, Superior Adhesion

Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 190-220℃, Heat bed 50-60℃ Dimensional Accuracy and Consistency, Diameter tolerance at +/-0.05mm Prints Look Like Real Marble Stone Marble 3D Printer PLA Filament Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant Superior Bed And Layer Adhesion. Neat Rows Prevent Filament From Getting Tangled During Prints

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
  • Make sure this fits by entering your model number.
  • Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 190-220℃, Heat bed 50-60℃
  • Dimensional Accuracy and Consistency, Diameter tolerance at +/-0.05mm
  • Prints Look Like Real Marble Stone
  • Marble 3D Printer PLA Filament Vacuumed Sealed With Desiccant

Notice

  • Is an online purchase
  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review CSH Marble PLA 1.75mm, 3D Printing Filament PLA for FDM 3D Printer/Pen, 1kg 1 Spool, Neat Rows, No Tangling, No Clogging, Superior Adhesion

review CSH Marble PLA 1.75mm, 3D Printing Filament PLA for FDM 3D Printer/Pen, 1kg 1 Spool, Neat Rows, No Tangling, No Clogging, Superior Adhesion

Buyer Guide 3D Printing Supplies

 Before purchasing your 3D printer, it’s important to know what to look for.

  • Consider your intended use. Will you be using a 3D printer for prototyping, making jigs, or making toys?
  • Consider your skill level. The printer you buy should be easy enough to operate.
  • Consider your printing requirements. Are you working with a CAD file that needs support or has overhangs?
  • Consider the material. Will your printer be able to print in ABS, PLA, nylon, or glass-filled nylon?
  • Consider the build volume. Will your printer be able to print in larger parts or in thinner layers?
  • Check the warranty.

How to choose 3D Printing Supplies

 Choosing 3D printing supplies requires a little bit of experimentation. However, there are a few things to keep in mind when shopping for materials:

  • The ABS plastic used in 3D-printed objects often has a bit of giving when it’s warm. This makes it ideal for producing small, fragile, or flexible objects.
  • PLA (polylactic acid) is a type of biodegradable plastic that’s commonly used by hobbyists and artists. PLA is edible and can be easily recycled after use.
  • Supports can be added to 3D printed objects, which help the 3D printed object stay upright during the printing process. Support material can be included in the print file, or removed manually afterward.

How to maintain 3D Printing Supplies

3D printing is a fast-growing industry, and many people with 3D printers are excited to add to their collections. However, 3D printing supplies can be expensive, and you don’t want your materials to go to waste. So, how do you keep your materials in good condition?

  • Keep them organized. Many materials come in resealable bags, and it’s easy to lose track of what’s inside. By storing your materials in resealable bags, you’ll always have an easy way of seeing what’s inside.
  • Don’t pack them full. Packing materials too full can force the material inside the bag to break apart and warp. So, if you’re storing your materials in resealable bags, they should be packed loosely.
  • Keep them clean. 3D printers use plastic filament, which tends to be very sticky. When storing or transporting your materials, use a thin layer of vegetable oil to keep them from sticking to each other or to other objects.
  • Wash them by hand. Many 3D printers use a heated build plate that melts layers of plastic together. Printed parts can get stuck in this plate, which can damage the 3D printer. So, instead of washing the parts in the washing machine, wash them by hand.
  • Oil them regularly. It is a good idea to oil your 3D printer’s print bed regularly to keep parts from sticking to it.
  • Clean them regularly. Cleaning your 3D printer’s print bed is essential. If you don’t clean the print bed regularly, it may become covered with dried, hardened plastic, which can cause parts to get stuck.
  • Keep them out of sunlight. UV light can damage or discolor your model parts. So, place your 3D printer in a well-lit, cool area.