CC3D PLA MAX Green PLA Filament 1.75mm 3D Printer Filament 1KG 2.2LBS Spool 3D Printing Material Strength Than PLA PRO (PLA+) Normal PLA Plus Filament

CC3D 3D Printer PLA Max Filament
Color:White
Diameter (Tolerance): 1.75 mm ±0.04 mm
Net Weight: 1000g
Recommended Printing Temp: 205 – 235 °C
Recommended Printing Speed: 30 – 90 mm/s
Heated Bed: ~ 80 °C

PLA Max Advantages:
Superb layer bonding,Prints are hard to break.
High rigidity. No cracking or brittle problem.
Several times tougher than PLA.
Better Line Diameter Control,Smoother finished printouts.

Product Features

  • PLA Max Filaments are made of high-quality materials and special technique.
  • Have higher strength and better toughness、excellent thermal stability.
  • It is a new 3D Printing materials to replace PLA PRO(PLUS).
  • Industrial & Scientific Additive Manufacturing Products 3D Printing Supplies 3D Printing Filament
  • CC3D is dedicated to customer satisfaction. Customers are always welcome to contact us for any questions and/or support needs.

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3 thoughts on “CC3D PLA MAX Green PLA Filament 1.75mm 3D Printer Filament 1KG 2.2LBS Spool 3D Printing Material Strength Than PLA PRO (PLA+) Normal PLA Plus Filament”

  1. Smooth printing, wonderful color. Our print shop has been purchasing green PLA from another manufacturer, but we’ve found that they were out of stock more often than not, or that we’d received counterfeit products. We decided to try another green PLA, and came across CC3D. We’ve used CC3D’s silk gold and silk silver colors for the last couple of years, and this was our first time trying the green. I’ll never go back to another brand. The color is richer than other greens we’ve purchased, and it has minimal stringing, no…

  2. I have only used a few different types of PLA’s, and mostly HATCHBOX. But I really struggled with this stuff, and then thought, hmm maybe I need a new nozzle. So I replaced my nozzle, re-leveled, ect. It still plugged, and didn’t adhere, and was stringy, and basically junk IMHO. So I tried increasing the temp, still issues, increasing temp again (220 C) still issues. Finally reload with plain black HATCHBOX and 210 C and it flowed like a charm. Going to return this if I can. I had never…

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