LD Products Gray to Natural PLA 3D Printing Filament
PLA - Color Changing - 0.5 kg (1.1 lbs) - 1.75 mm
With just a simple adjustment in temperature, color changing 3D printer filament from LD Products transforms colors to produce unique, head-turning structures! Whether your're a novice or a professional, spools of gray to natural in temp 1.75mm 0.5kg color changing 3D printer filament make it easier than ever to produce spectacular results. Easy to use filament eliminates unnecessary downtime caused by jams and other printing errors. Order color changing 3D printer filament from LD Products today for fast shipping and a full 2 year, 100% guarantee.
- Brand Name
- LD Products
- Product Type
- 3D Filament
- Weight (Approximate)
- 1 kg (2.2 Lbs)
- Detailed Color
- 3D Printing Features
- Color Changing
- 3D Printing Material
- Recommended Extrusion Temperature
- 190 - 200 C
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- LD Luminous Blue Filament 1.75mm (PLA)
Q:Does the "luminous blue" filament glow in the dark?
After I had already ordered and received the luminous blue filament, I see in the Q&A for the "Luninous Green" ABS filament, that the use of the word "luminous" was to express that the color of the filament is "bright and bold".
I ordered this luminous blue filament and it's neither bright nor bold. If there wasn't a label, I would think it was a "natural"/"clear" color.
It does not glow in the dark, no matter the amount of light it is exposed to.
Unless the color changes after printing, I am very much misled by the description of this product. I paid extra for this spool for the "luminous" (ie "glow in the dark") feature but in reality I have a natural colored spool.
Does this spool change color or will it glow in the dark after printing or am I stuck with a natural colored spool that I paid extra for?Asked on 1/21/2015 by FusionDawg
A:We are sincerely sorry for the discrepancy in our description of the FLPLA175KLBU Filament, we are working on an updated description. Under normal lighting the filament will be a natural color. When exposed to darkness, the color will change to a bright, bold, blue color. The filament spool or printer object will basically “charge” its glow in the dark color changing effect with daylight/UV, resulting in a luminous blue color in the dark.Answered on 1/23/2015 by Shoshana
A:Confirmed that the spool does glow in the dark after being exposed to sunlight. The color is not exactly blue. It's more of a blue-green glow leaning more towards green.Answered on 1/27/2015 by Anonymous
- LD Translucent Purple 3D Printing Filament (PLA)
Q:What extrusion temperature should be used with this PLA?Asked on 12/17/2014 by vaderj from Oregon
A:The best extrusion temperature is 230-240; nylon has a melting point of 220-260.Answered on 12/23/2014 by Shoshana
- LD Translucent Green 3D Printing Filament (PLA)
Q:Reccomended extruder temp?Asked on 12/6/2014 by Sliced Br3D from Des Moines, IA, USA
A:Excellent question! The extruder temperature for PLA translucent green filament tape is 190-200.Answered on 12/9/2014 by Shoshana
- LD White 3D Printing Filament (PLA)
Q:What is the inside diameter of the hole in the middle
I am trying to make a holder for it and I need to know this to make it.Asked on 11/28/2014 by Nicbudd from New England
A:Excellent question! The diameter is 1.5" on this LD 1.75mm (1kg) PLA White Filament.Answered on 12/3/2014 by Shoshana
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Comments about LD Pink 3D Printing Filament (PLA):
I set my printer to 210 and it printed flawlessly.
I drew a bust of my version of Coby Bryan form the Lakes basketball team. And all I had to do is wait because the print went flawlessly. I use a Rostock Max2 printer and Mattercontrol to prepare, slice and print.
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