IC3D Grey 3mm PLA 3D Printer Filament – 2.1lb Spool – Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05mm – Professional Grade 3D Printing Filament – MADE IN USA

Limited Time Promotional Price! IC3D® – For 3D Printers, By 3D Printers (TM) Spend more time printing with high-quality 3D printer filament from IC3D®. IC3D® extrudes 3D printer filament in-house in Ohio, USA. Strict production standards for cleanliness and tolerance specifications ensure the diameter is within +/- 0.10mm and ovality (roundness) is within 4%. Quality is the top priority as each spool is hand checked, vacuum sealed with desiccant, and packaged. IC3D® filament is extensively tested with success on a variety of mainstream desktop 3D printers utilizing various extruder designs and hot-end styles. Every spool of IC3D® filament is backed by a 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEE.

Product Features

  • 2.1 lb of 3mm PLA 3D printer filament
  • Filament diameter is 2.90mm +/-0.10, ovality (roundness) is within 4% and weight is 2.1lb +/- 0.1
  • Printing temperature range is 190 – 200C
  • Made in the USA under strict quality standards
  • Compatible with the following 3D printers (with heated beds): Reprap, Afinia, MakerBot, PrintrBot, UltiMaker, Airwolf, Makergear, Up!, Lulzbot, Flashforge, Solidoodle, 3doodler (pen), Delta, Mbot, Type A

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3 thoughts on “IC3D Grey 3mm PLA 3D Printer Filament – 2.1lb Spool – Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05mm – Professional Grade 3D Printing Filament – MADE IN USA”

  1. Filament diameter variance is far beyond listed specification. Filament … Let me start this by saying I use a high volume of filament for my business. Because of this I have tested many different brands of filament to attempt to find “the one” perfect filament. I saw IC3D’s filament as a good American made product that I could stand behind. That is, until I got it in the mailRight off the bat, the filament was sealed in the box, but I noticed inside the wrapping the spool was covered with dust. Dust and a 200+C hotend do not mix. So I took the…

  2. Oh god were do I begin.I only tried PLA 3mm I wanted to try ABS but now with the bad results I got I don’t have the motivation, I am going to review this filament on my Youtube channel and live print and compare it with other PLA as well but for here this is my review:1. its inconsistant with its diameter, the tolerance of error is very large it can go from 2.90mm to 3.5mm at times, I hardly had consistency with this PLA.2. it does not print good quality and warp as if it was…

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