BuMat PLALB-E Elite PLA Filament 1.75mm 1kg 2.2lb Printing Material Supply Spool for 3D Printer, Luminous Blue

BuMat Elite Filament is the best, safest, and most consistent filament for your 3D Printer. This is the highest quality components for producing successful 3D print. It is compatible with all 1.75mm Printer like Flash Forge USA, RepRap, Rapman, Makerbot, BFB 3000, Rostock, Ultimaker Printrbot, Makibox, Buccaneer, Kossel, Mendel and many other printers.

Product Features

  • 1.75mm ABS at 2.2 lb. (1KG)
  • User defined melting temperature at between 160 – 180 C
  • Diameter of the filament: 1.75mm
  • Easy to use and performs well on most prints
  • Air Tight Sealed in a plastic bag

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3 thoughts on “BuMat PLALB-E Elite PLA Filament 1.75mm 1kg 2.2lb Printing Material Supply Spool for 3D Printer, Luminous Blue”

  1. The spool is pretty terrible. Good thing I printed an adjustable width filament roller already. I do have concerns that the windings might be too small diameter toward the center leading to a lot of breakage.Like a lot of low-dollar PLA, this prints a bit hotter than average. My temperature tower says 215c, but of course you will want to print your own temperature tower because the bead thermistors on our printers aren’t anything like accurate and i am reasonably certain that the…

  2. Haven’t been able to print with it yet, because the hole is way too small to fit on my printer.It’s crazy tiny. I’m printing up some filament holders so I can at least try this out, but yea, until I get a chance to give it a shot, I’m going with a warning to others about the spool.I got the Luminous Blue color, but I’m pretty sure the spool is the same across the board.Edit – Randomly discovered today that this filament is uv sensitive. Hit it with a blue…

  3. First ft printed horrible, filament extruded as a translucent red color with lots of popping and crackling like it was full of moisture. Quality did improve and left a so so surface finish on the test benchy I printed. On other prints, had to increase temps from the recomended temps to 215c to avoid lost steps. No issues with layer adhesion which is awesome.. here the brittleness and hardness of this filament actually became a boon. After finding the sweet spot in my settings, It sticks so well…

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