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stormychel
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3d2print filament

Post by stormychel » Sun Sep 28, 2014 9:00 am

Anyone ever tried these? Their PRO line has filament to extrude at 260-285° celsius...

http://www.3d2print.net/shop/
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GeoM528
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Re: 3d2print filament

Post by GeoM528 » Tue Dec 09, 2014 3:54 pm

I tried their PRO series 1.75mm ABS filament. I’m surprised it doesn’t jam on the extruder and doesn’t warp. My sister-in-law also ordered nylon PA-12 (I’m not sure if it’s the black one or the natural clear one). She used some reels for 3D printing mini bike for her daughter. It’s incredible. Even the tyres are 3D printed.

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Re: 3d2print filament

Post by stormychel » Tue Dec 09, 2014 5:34 pm

GeoM528 wrote:I tried their PRO series 1.75mm ABS filament. I’m surprised it doesn’t jam on the extruder and doesn’t warp. My sister-in-law also ordered nylon PA-12 (I’m not sure if it’s the black one or the natural clear one). She used some reels for 3D printing mini bike for her daughter. It’s incredible. Even the tyres are 3D printed.
Interesting... will order a test spool then...
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Fred
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Re: 3d2print filament

Post by Fred » Wed Dec 10, 2014 5:59 pm

stormychel wrote:Interesting... will order a test spool then...
3d2print filament may be fine but it might be worth pointing out that GeoM528 seems to mention them a lot and had a link to their website in his signature until I asked about it yesterday. I would hazard a guess that it's his company. I'm not suggesting anything dodgy or that it's not good filament, just that there might be some bias.

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Re: 3d2print filament

Post by stormychel » Wed Dec 10, 2014 10:55 pm

I will buy a spool and will expect the extruder to not jam, and my print to not warp... :)
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