Shopping Cart

Welcome You To The  3D Printing Zoom Store…

search

Results for microcenter pla

Here 's list of search results found relevant to the keyword 'microcenter pla':

Results more relevant:



 pla : micro center
Silk PLA: A PLA polyester composite this material comes out incredibly shiny! because of its polyester it needs to be printed hotter than your standard PLA (i generally tend to find 235-245 work really well) and even then it tends to suffer from layer adhesion, not great for functional prints but it looks BEAUTIFUL Lite PLA: this is a PLA that has less pla (lite) and more of a plant fiber ...

 filaments and resins : micro center
Inland 1.75mm Red PLA 3D Printer Filament - 1kg Spool (2.2 lbs) 5 / 5 (85 reviews) SKU: 407445. Usually ships in 5-7 business days. $22.99 SAVE $5.00. $17.99. Compare Item 1.75mm Gray PLA 3D Printer Filament - 1kg Spool (2.2 lbs)>. Select 2 to compare.

 pla pro : micro center
Inland 1.75mm Black PLA Pro 3D Printer Filament - 1kg Spool (2.2 lbs) 5 / 5 (2 reviews) SKU: 218735. Usually ships in 5-7 business days. Limited availability. May not be in stock at time of order. No back orders. $18.99. Compare Item 1.75mm Pink PLA Pro 3D Printer Filament - 1kg Spool (2.2 lbs)>.



Other results:



 inland 1.75mm black pla 3d printer filament - 1kg spool (2 ...
Answer: For 1kg of PLA filament at 1.75mm is approximately 330 meters of material. The recommended tempurature for this material is between 190 and 220 degrees Celsius. Printing speeds will vary based on device capabilities. 4 years, 7 months ago.

 pla and pla+ filament frequently asked questions - micro ...
PLA clogs are usually easy to resolve however and gives you valuable experience in learning how to troubleshoot your printer. Q: What temperatures do I print PLA at? A: While the exact temperature will vary based on your printer, the exact filament you are using, and your preferences, the recommended range of temperature for PLA is 205-220°C, and 60-80°C for the bed temperature.

 inland premium 1.75mm red pla+ 3d printer filament ...
Designed with the highest quality and compatibility in mind, Inland PLA+ Filament undergoes numerous testing procedures to ensure that you spend less time troubleshooting and more time creating! PLA+ is 10x tougher than other PLA filaments on the market, and is less brittle than standard PLA. Spooless filament reduces waste and helps the environment.

 inland (microcenter brand) pla issues? is this not ...
So, I decided to pick up a cheap spool of white Inland PLA from my local Microcenter since at $15/kg it seemed like a pretty good deal and I'm new to 3D printing as a whole. Now, the box and spool are both labeled PLA - but this doesn't really seem like PLA at all to me.




Last Search Plugin 2.03