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2.2-lbs 1.75mm Inland 3D Printer Filament (Various Colors) EXPIRED

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Micro Center via Amazon has select 2.2 lbs 1.75mm Inland 3D Printer Filament (Various Colors) on sale for the prices listed when you checkout w/ Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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  • Diameter: 1.75MM
  • Tolerance: ±0.03mm
  • Bright Colors
  • Consistent Colors
  • Even Melt
  • Feeds smoothly into your 3D Printer
  • Great bed adhesion
  • Bubble-Free

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Micro Center [amazon.com] via Amazon has Inland Black PLA 3D Printing Filament for $15.99. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+

Black PLA: $15.99 > $16.99 [amazon.com]
Natural PLA: $15.99 [amazon.com]
Translucent Green PETG: $15.99 > $21.99 [amazon.com]
Black ABS: $15.99 > $16.99 [amazon.com]
Red PLA Pro: $16.99 > $21.99 [amazon.com]
Pink PLA Pro: $16.99 [amazon.com]
Yellow PLA Pro Refill: $16.99 [amazon.com]
Red PLA Pro Refill: $15.99 > $16.99 [amazon.com]
  • Diameter: 1.75MM
  • Tolerance: ±0.03mm
  • Bright Colors
  • Consistent Colors
  • Even Melt
  • Feeds smoothly into your 3D Printer
  • Great bed adhesion
  • Bubble-Free
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It is not rebranded eSun. They changed their supplier a few years back.

Inland PLA & PETG is ok but ABS is garbage.

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Thanks, got green PETG for $14.39 with subscribe and save!
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any good deal on 3d pen?
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Good prices but be careful some of these are spoolless.
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Good enough filament. It's rebranded esun
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Anyone have tips on printing ABS? I've only done PLA and PLA+ so far. Ender 3 pro, stock mostly, PEI spring steel print surface.
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Got the black PLA, saved a little extra via Subscribe&Save
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Anyone have tips on printing ABS? I've only done PLA and PLA+ so far. Ender 3 pro, stock mostly, PEI spring steel print surface.
The main issue with ABS is that the fumes can be toxic. So you need an enclosure and ventilation. Then you need to make sure your nozzle temp can get up to 260. The bed needs to be able to reach 90 degrees C or so.
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Good filament especially for the price! Used a few rolls myself.
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Quote from crbphd :
The main issue with ABS is that the fumes can be toxic. So you need an enclosure and ventilation. Then you need to make sure your nozzle temp can get up to 260. The bed needs to be able to reach 90 degrees C or so.
Thank you! Especially regarding the ventilation which I do not have. Would PETG suffice for outdoor use? PLA and PLA+ are simply not working out in the heat and sun outdoors.
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Thank you! Especially regarding the ventilation which I do not have. Would PETG suffice for outdoor use? PLA and PLA+ are simply not working out in the heat and sun outdoors.
ASA is the best if you want UV resistance, but it's more expensive and you definitely want ventilation.
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Quote from SuxMcGee :
Thank you! Especially regarding the ventilation which I do not have. Would PETG suffice for outdoor use? PLA and PLA+ are simply not working out in the heat and sun outdoors.
I have black petg parts in full sun for a year with no signs of degrading. Being black can be a part of it.
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Good enough filament. It's rebranded esun
It is not rebranded eSun. They changed their supplier a few years back.

Inland PLA & PETG is ok but ABS is garbage.
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It is not rebranded eSun. They changed their supplier a few years back.

Inland PLA & PETG is ok but ABS is garbage.
The PLA+ is still from esun. The non plus is someone else.
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