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Review MECCANIXITY Filament Refills PCL Filaments 1.75mm 20 Colors, 5M/16.4ft Length for 3D Printing Pen

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review MECCANIXITY Filament Refills PCL Filaments 1.75mm 20 Colors, 5M/16.4ft Length for 3D Printing Pen

Step 1: After ensuring that the 3D printing pen is charged fully, turn on the power-on button on the pen. When it turns to green light, means the boot is successful.

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
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  • 3D printing pen filament refills PCL plastic filaments, has good flexibility, impact resistance and durability, is suitable for making some small handicrafts and painting, for beginners or craftsmen who like to make small crafts.
  • Filament Diameter: 1.75mm; Pack of 20 colors 3D Pen Filament, each color 16.4 feet, total 328feet.
  • The melting temperature of low-temperature(less than 100°C/212°F)3D printing pen PCL filament is much lower than that of traditional PLA and ABS filament, which greatly reduces the temperature of the pen tip.
  • Put the refill filament into the feed opening at the end of the 3D printing pen, and the filament should be against the front end. Then press the discharging button on the side of the charging port, and wait for the 3D printing pen to heat up the filament before creating.

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

review MECCANIXITY Filament Refills PCL Filaments 1.75mm 20 Colors, 5M/16.4ft Length for 3D Printing Pen

review MECCANIXITY Filament Refills PCL Filaments 1.75mm 20 Colors, 5M/16.4ft Length for 3D Printing Pen

Buyer Guide 3D Printing Supplies

 Buying good 3D printers is a complicated process. There are dozens of factors to consider, and it’s almost impossible for a consumer to vet them on their own.

  • Price. 3D printers are expensive. The entry-level models start at around US$500, while high-end models cost as much as US$1,500.
  • Build Quality. 3D printers are made up of multiple components, and not all of them are created equal. Make sure you pick a model that includes quality components.
  • Type of Filament. 3D printer filaments come in different materials. The most common ones include PLA (polylactic acid), ABS (acrylonitrile butadiene styrene), PETG (polyethylene terephthalate glycol), and PVA (polyvinyl alcohol).
  • Resolution. 3D printers are more accurate now than ever, but not all of them come with mind-blowing resolutions. Some are capable of printing in resolutions as high as 10 microns (?m).
  • Speed. 3D printers are fast. The top models can print objects at speeds of up to 220mm/s.
  • Size. 3D printers come in different sizes, from desktop models to industrial-scale solutions. Look up the dimensions of each model.

 

How to choose 3D Printing Supplies

 When shopping for 3D printing supplies, it’s important to keep in mind a few key factors:

  • What kind of plastic do you want? Deciding what kind of plastic you want your plastic to be printed with can have a huge impact on the price of the product.
  • What type of print do you want? The number of layers, speed, and other features offered on your printer will likely influence what kind of plastic you choose.
  • How big is the print? The size of the print will also impact the price of the product since larger prints require more materials.
  • What type of printer do you have? When shopping online for 3D printing supplies, you will need to consider the type of printer you have.
  •  What type of material do you need? The type of material you choose will also play a major role in determining how much your printing will cost.

How to maintain 3D Printing Supplies

 3D printing is a new technology that is changing the way people create and engineer new products.

  • To clean the filament, use soap and water to wet your filament, then wipe it dry with a paper towel.
  • To clean the nozzles, wipe them with a damp rag.
  • To clean the build plate, wipe it with a clean, lint-free cloth.
  • To clean the extruder, use compressed air.
  • To clean the build plate, first, remove any building material or part from the plate. Then, use a paper towel or paper towel moistened with rubbing alcohol to wipe off the build plate.
  • To clean the extruder, first, unplug the extruder from the 3D printer. Then, moisten a paper towel or paper towel with rubbing alcohol and wipe down the extruder.
  • To clean the 3D printer, use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the printer.
  • To clean the filament, use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the filament.
  • To clean the nozzle, use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the nozzle.
  • To clean the build plate, use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the build plate.
  • To clean the extruder, use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the extruder.
  • To clean the filament, unplug the extruder from the 3D printer and use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the filament.
  • To clean the nozzle, unplug the nozzle from the 3D printer and use compressed air to blow loose dust out of the nozzle.