3D Solutech Silver Metal 1.75mm PLA 3D Printer Filament 2.2 LBS (1.0KG) – 100% USA

Ultra smooth technology

With our ultra smooth technology, our filaments are capable to extrude beautifully and smoothly that help to build a more delicate object.

Vacuum sealed

Our vacuum sealed packaging guarantees you to experience the best performance by isolating  moisturized environment to the filaments.

High compatability

Our filaments had been tested on various brands of 3D printer in the market and with positive customers’ feedback.

100% USA

All our materials are purely grow and made in the USA.

 

3D Solutech is a professional filament manufacturer specialized in providing various colors and materials for 3d printing.

Quality is our top priority as we hand checked each spool, vacuum sealed and packaged. Our filament is proven to maintain smooth and consistent printing experience that achieves best printing result.

Our filament is always round, with no oily residue, no air bubbles, no kinks or breaks and backed by our 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE.

Check out our store for new and latest colors and materials for your 3d printer.

 

Package Includes:

1 X 1.75mm Silver Metal PLA filament (2.2Lbs)

1 X Filament Clip

Product Features

  • 3D Solutech TrueColor TM Series Sliver Metal 1.75mm PLA filament
  • For common 3D printers such as MakerBot, Reprap, Afinia, UP, Mendel, flashforge, Solidoodle 2, Printrbot LC, MakerGear M2 and etc.
  • Backed by our 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE
  • Temperature range is 190°C – 220°C
  • Made in the USA

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2 thoughts on “3D Solutech Silver Metal 1.75mm PLA 3D Printer Filament 2.2 LBS (1.0KG) – 100% USA”

  1. Very happy with this material Very happy with this material. It gives very clean prints. I was a bit surprised at the higher temps required (225C). That must be a result of the pigment additives. It looks more like silver when you view the top or bottom layer. When viewed from the side, seeing .2mm layers edge-on, it looks darker and mostly grey. The photo shows a model rocket plane where you see the grey effect, and a rectangular piece printed with hilbert-curve infill on the layer that was in contact with the…

  2. Love it. Half way through my first roll. Beautifu!! prints.No tape, no hairspray, just printing on clean mirror at 220C w/50C bed temperature. Because of the high temp I discovered that on my direct drive extruder I can’t let this sit still hot in the extruder before printing, it needs to start moving just after it’s reached print temperature. Since that is how printers are designed to work, I just need (get) to break the bad habit of pre-heating the extruder.Looks very good…

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