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Review Tecsonar Grey PLA Plus (PLA+) Filament 1.75 mm 3kg 3D Printer Filament , Large Spool PLA Filament for 3D Printer & 3D Pen, 3kg (6.6 lbs)

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Details: Tecsonar Grey PLA Plus (PLA+) Filament 1.75 mm 3kg 3D Printer Filament , Large Spool PLA Filament for 3D Printer & 3D Pen, 3kg (6.6 lbs)

Brand: TECSONAR

review Tecsonar Grey PLA Plus (PLA+) Filament 1.75 mm 3kg 3D Printer Filament , Large Spool PLA Filament for 3D Printer & 3D Pen, 3kg (6.6 lbs)

SPOOL SPECS Each package has a 3kg (approximately 6.6 lbs) spool at 1.75 mm diameter with +/- 0.03 mm tolerance. Recommended nozzle temperature 190°C – 225°C, bed 60°C – 80°C. The spool size: center hole 1.25″, outside diameter 9.84″, thickness 4.49″. APPLICATIONS Compared with ordinary PLA, Tecsonar PLA+ toughness is stronger and impact strength is higher. It can be used to make customized phone cases, wallets, sculptures, candle holders, dog tags and tons more, also, compatible with 99% 3D printers (such as: Prusa, MakerBot, Ender 3, Flashforge, etc.) & 3D pens on the market. PERFORMANCE AND QUALITY Tecsonar 3D printer filaments are loved by printing community for the high-quality composition, offering clog-free, bubble-free and tangle-free printing. Every spool is assured to offer the highest caliber of performance possible. INNOVATION The biggest advantage of Tecsonar PLA PRO 1.75mm filament over competitors is higher toughness & strength supported by special production process and longer shelf-time (about 3 months in common environment) after unpacking supported by low humidity sensitive and moisture absorption rate. RELIABILITY Trust all of your prints to Tecsonar and we trust you! In case of any problem, please come to us, professional and in-time service team is standing by all the time. Q&A FOR BEGINNERS Why the filaments can not stick to the bed? 1. Check the temperature setting before printing, our PLA+ filament needs a little higher nozzle temp and bed temp; 2. Check if the plate surface has been used for a long time or dirty, it is recommended to replace or clean it to ensure a strong first layer adhesion; 3. If the first layer has poor adhesion, it is recommended to re-level the print substrate to reduce the distance between the nozzle and the surface plate; 4. If the effect is not good, it is recommended to do test print before formal printing. PRINTING SETTING TIPS Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 190°C – 225°C, bed 60°C – 80°C. For different printers you may need try to find optimal setting. Please be assured that we are always stand behind our products.

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Advantages

  • Products can be returned
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  • ACCURATE DIMENSION & CONSISTENT QUALITY – Diameter 1.75mm, ±0.03 mm accuracy supported by laser measurement control; Net weight 3KG. All batches have the same quality.
  • LOW SHRINKAGE AND GOOD BONDING – Made of US MADE environment-friendly material, low shrinkage, superb layer bonding and good bed sticking. Consistent melting point.
  • BUBBLE-FREE & CLOG-FREE & TANGLE-FREE – Automatic mechanical winding and strict manual examination, no any tangle, 0 bubble and smooth extruding.
  • OUTSTANDING TOUGHNESS & STRENGTH AND LONG SHELF-LIFE – Higher toughness & strength than standard PLA. Excellent surface finish and special technical to increase moisture endurance. Vacuum sealed with desiccants in waterproof bag. You can unpack and hang it on the printer for 60 days in common room environment, not brittle at all.

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  • Delivery may be delayed in some areas.

review Tecsonar Grey PLA Plus (PLA+) Filament 1.75 mm 3kg 3D Printer Filament , Large Spool PLA Filament for 3D Printer & 3D Pen, 3kg (6.6 lbs)

review Tecsonar Grey PLA Plus (PLA+) Filament 1.75 mm 3kg 3D Printer Filament , Large Spool PLA Filament for 3D Printer & 3D Pen, 3kg (6.6 lbs)

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

If you are interested in learning more about 3D printing, you may have already started shopping for the materials and tools you’ll need to create the objects you want.

  • 3D printing is the process by which a three-dimensional object is created one layer at a time. There are six different types of 3D printing materials to choose from:
  • The filament: This is the material, such as plastic, metal, or ceramics, that is fed into a 3D printer.
  • Thermal resistance: This refers to how resistant a material is to heat. Some materials, such as PLA, are more thermally sensitive.
  • The layer thickness: The layer thickness of the material determines how dense the surface can be. The higher the number, the thicker the layer.
  • The curing speed: This refers to how long it takes for a material to solidify.
  • The bonding strength: This is the ability of the material to stick to itself or to another object.

Stability: This refers to how resistant a material is to warping or shrinking. Some materials, such as ABS, are more elastic.

When choosing your materials, it’s important to consider which items you plan to print. The printing process requires certain materials like resin, which can be toxic and flammable.

In addition to the materials, you will also want to consider the tools you will need. A 3D printer itself can cost several thousand dollars, so it’s important to choose wisely.

  • The size of the printer: When choosing a printer, it’s important to consider the size of the object you plan to print.
  • The printing speed: Depending on your needs, you may need a faster or slower printer.
  • The resolution: The resolution refers to the level of detail you can include in your print.
  • The printing volume: The bigger the printer, the more material it can process at a time.
  • The filament capacity: If you plan to print bigger objects, you may need a bigger capacity.

How to maintain 3D Printing Supplies

 3D printing supplies need regular maintenance in order to function properly. Experts recommend cleaning the filament before using and storing the printer parts in dust-free cabinets.

  • Clean the filament. Before placing your filament in the printer, it needs to be washed to remove any dust or other debris. To clean the filament, use a brush and warm water.
  • Store the printer parts in dust-free cabinets. Dust can harm the filament and the printer parts. Experts recommend storing the printer parts in dust-free cabinets or cabinets with ventilation.
  • Replace the filament. Over time, the filament can degrade, which reduces the sturdiness of the plastic. If your filament has any cracks or breaks, it needs to be replaced.
  • Inspect the printer parts. When the filament is not being used, inspect the printer parts. If there are any scratches or dents, they will need to be fixed.