Argos 3mm PLA (Black) MADE IN THE USA : 3D Printer Filament – 1kg (2.2lbs) Spool – Dimensional Accuracy: +/- 0.05mm

Argos 3mm PLA (Black) MADE IN THE USA : 3D Printer Filament – 1kg (2.2lbs) Spool – Dimensional Accuracy: +/- 0.05mm

Product Features

  • 1kg (2.2lbs) spool (MADE IN THE USA)
  • 3mm Filament Diameter – (Dimensional Accuracy: +/- 0.05mm)
  • PLA 3D Printer Filament With Desiccant
  • Recommended Nozzle/Extrusion Temperature 190°-230° C, Temperatures will vary depending on printer model
  • Spool Diameter: (8″) – Spool Width: (2.5″) – Center Hole Diameter: (2.25″)

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3 thoughts on “Argos 3mm PLA (Black) MADE IN THE USA : 3D Printer Filament – 1kg (2.2lbs) Spool – Dimensional Accuracy: +/- 0.05mm”

  1. Unable to get a good print with this filament :/ I purchased this Argos 3mm Black filament for my prusa i3 using an e3d hotend. I went through about half of the spool trying to get something to print before giving up due to constant jams due to the hobbed bolt in my extruder digging a hole into the filament. I thought I had a printer problem so I tried raising and lowering the hotend temperature, experimenting with different bed heights and different slic3r settings such as retraction lengths and speeds, and ended up wasting multiple days…

  2. Have jamming issues with initial roll of black but Manufacture took care of me. Edit 1/31/16: I ended up contacting the manufacture as requested by them. They sent me another roll of PLA and some Flexible Nylon to try out along with a prepaid label to send the roll of black that I had issues with so they could check it out.I am happy to say that both the new roll of PLA and the Flexible nylon both print very well. I am not sure what the issue was with the original roll of PLA but Argos went out of their way to take care of the problem. I will buy more filament…

  3. I had trouble with poor bed adhesion and what I call “squeeze out”: smeary excess. I found that upping the filament diameter (to 3.0 from 2.85) and be temperature (from 65 to 75 C) helped with both of these although I really wasn’t able to cure it.the black has a /lot/ of pigment and some of it stays behind in the nozzle for about the next meter or so of printing and discolors whatever I’m printing next. cleaner filament helps.as others have mentioned, it seems…

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