Surreal Pure PLA 3D Printer Filament 1.75mm – 1KG spool, White

Spool measuring – 20cm dia, 6cm width, 5.9cm dia spool hole

Product weight: 1.3KG Gross weight/ 1KG Net Weight

Vacuum sealed

Pure PLA – Very Strong

Printing temperature 180-210°C

Product Features

  • Pure Blend and very strong 1.75mm PLA.
  • With exact tolerances (just +/-0.03mm) to give excellent finish quality.
  • 1.2KG Gross Spool / 1KG Net Weight.
  • Printing temperature around 180-210°C.
  • Spool measuring – 20cm dia, 6cm width, 5.9cm dia spool hole.

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3 thoughts on “Surreal Pure PLA 3D Printer Filament 1.75mm – 1KG spool, White”

  1. really good filament for the price. i bought this as it was cheap….so far so good!it came really well packaged, in a vacuum sealed bag, the filament then wrapped in plastic with gel bags so there is no moisture in there!as of yet i have yet to find the perfect setting for my tevo tarantula printer but compared to other filaments i have used i am getting just as good prints.the reel seems massive (not weighed it) but my spool holder i printed is not strong enough to hold it!at the moment i would…

  2. Having read a couple of reviews for this filament I … Having read a couple of reviews for this filament I decided to order three different colours; white, orange and gold. The cost of each (£8.99) plus delivery was still cheaper than some of the other rolls available. Delivery costs seemed a little steep at £4.99 per roll (I thought bulk buying may have reduced this, unfortunately not.) Standard delivery took a week.I’ve now had a chance to run some prints off and am very impressed with the quality! Where other manufacturers filament I have…

  3. Best value for money The only other cheap filament I’ve found that’s worth using is the Prima Value filament at about £20 a roll. I’ve tried many others and have had lots of issues with filaments that don’t stick to the bed, filaments that repeatedly clog the nozzle, and filaments with ridiculous variation in diameter. I get through a LOT of filament so a saving of £5 per roll over the Prima Value stuff was worth a go. I’m just about to finish my first spool of this stuff and I must say that I’ve been impressed…

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