Octave 1.75mm White ABS Filament 1kg (2.2lbs) Spool for Reprap, MakerBot, Afinia and UP! 3D Printer

High quality 1.75mm White ABS filament from Octave, used with Afinia, Reprap, Up!, MakerBot, PrintrBot and UltiMaker 3d printers. Produces excellent 3D printing results.

High quality ABS plastic filament, manufactured to very tight tolerances and a wide extruder temperature range, making for smoother 3D printing, and fewer extruder nozzle problems.

Available in White and another 17 vivid colors.

Print temperature: 210 – 250°C;
Filament diameter: 1.75 mm +/- 0.10mm.

Product Features

  • 1.75mm ABS filament for 3d printers.
  • White ABS filament for Afinia, Reprap, Up!, MakerBot, PrintrBot and UltiMaker.
  • Making for smoother 3D printing, and fewer extruder nozzle problems.
  • Manufactured to very tight tolerances and a wide extruder temperature range.
  • Produces excellent 3D printing results.

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3 thoughts on “Octave 1.75mm White ABS Filament 1kg (2.2lbs) Spool for Reprap, MakerBot, Afinia and UP! 3D Printer”

  1. works great with Solidoodle 2 Got this for my Solidoodle 2 and so far it’s been great.Pool fits and mounts right onto the standard Solidoodle 2 mount.Diameter is pretty consistent – between 1.71mm and 1.78mm, as measured with my digital caliper.

  2. Again disappointed by Octave. Strange melting characteristics. I can’t quite get over this. It’s hard to pinpoint the fault to be with the filament. But I was a happy camper, printing with some quality filament from another source, and I switched to this stuff. It was ok at first, and I just needed to change the temp parameters a little bit. But ultimately, I still couldn’t get quite as good layer bonding, and would have it fairly frequently congeal into a grey caked material in the nozzle. I don’t know, maybe that’s because of the elevated temp needed for smooth extrusion causing higher rate of nozzle-clogging. But it wasn’t fun! And i tried to chase down the problem to all sorts of mechanical problems, until switching filaments seemed to have helped.Also, fairly high level of moisture content. I know that’s also related to the conditions stored, but I’ve stored it in fairly good condition and it does still have a high rate of steam-bubbles.Edit: I also would like to note that the diameter frequently varies from 1.66 to 1.73 and occasionally varies from 1.65mm to 1.76. That is pretty bad…..Luckily, it oscillates frequently, or stays stable, but eitherway I didn’t notice it as much as the other problems. And, I think this can often be the problem with filament suppliers (though not quite so extreme.

  3. Actually was off white Not a bright white, more like an off white. Still, it worked extremely well and I was able to make some very nice models with it. Nice surface finish and the models came out with a very uniform color.

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