Description / Specifications
Q&A and Reviews
|Item Code||Brand Name||Product Type||Weight (Approximate)||Detailed Color||3D Printing Material||Recommended Extrusion Temperature||Compatibility|
|FLPLA175KNA||LD Products||3D Filament||1 kg (2.2 Lbs)||Natural||PLA||190 - 200C||3D Systems, 3DFactories,3DISION, Afinia, Airwolf, Aurora3D, Beeverycreative, Deezmaker, FDM, Flashforge, Formlabs, Ideaprinter, Leapfrog, Lulzbot, Makerbot,Opencube, Printrbot, Reprap, Robo,Sharebot,Solidoodle, Stratasys,Ultimaker, UP!, XYZprinting|
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Q:Who manufactures the 3D filament that LD Products sell / distribute?Asked on 2/8/2017 by Forgot from Compton, CA
A:We manufactured 3D Printing Filaments. For your reference, here's the list of 3D Printing Filaments that we offered http://www.ldproducts.com/ldpsearch/result/?q=3D+filament+
- LD Luminous Blue Filament 1.75mm (PLA)
Q:Does the "luminous blue" filament glow in the dark?
After I had already ordered and received the luminous blue filament, I see in the Q&A for the "Luninous Green" ABS filament, that the use of the word "luminous" was to express that the color of the filament is "bright and bold".
I ordered this luminous blue filament and it's neither bright nor bold. If there wasn't a label, I would think it was a "natural"/"clear" color.
It does not glow in the dark, no matter the amount of light it is exposed to.
Unless the color changes after printing, I am very much misled by the description of this product. I paid extra for this spool for the "luminous" (ie "glow in the dark") feature but in reality I have a natural colored spool.
Does this spool change color or will it glow in the dark after printing or am I stuck with a natural colored spool that I paid extra for?Asked on 1/21/2015 by FusionDawg
A:We are sincerely sorry for the discrepancy in our description of the FLPLA175KLBU Filament, we are working on an updated description. Under normal lighting the filament will be a natural color. When exposed to darkness, the color will change to a bright, bold, blue color. The filament spool or printer object will basically “charge” its glow in the dark color changing effect with daylight/UV, resulting in a luminous blue color in the dark.Answered on 1/23/2015 by Shoshana
A:Confirmed that the spool does glow in the dark after being exposed to sunlight. The color is not exactly blue. It's more of a blue-green glow leaning more towards green.Answered on 1/27/2015 by Anonymous
- LD Translucent Purple 3D Printing Filament (PLA)
Q:What extrusion temperature should be used with this PLA?Asked on 12/17/2014 by vaderj from Oregon
A:The best extrusion temperature is 230-240; nylon has a melting point of 220-260.Answered on 12/23/2014 by Shoshana
- LD Translucent Green 3D Printing Filament (PLA)
Q:Reccomended extruder temp?Asked on 12/6/2014 by Sliced Br3D from Des Moines, IA, USA
A:Excellent question! The extruder temperature for PLA translucent green filament tape is 190-200.Answered on 12/9/2014 by Shoshana
- LD White 3D Printing Filament (PLA)
Q:What is the inside diameter of the hole in the middle
I am trying to make a holder for it and I need to know this to make it.Asked on 11/28/2014 by Nicbudd from New England
A:Excellent question! The diameter is 1.5" on this LD 1.75mm (1kg) PLA White Filament.Answered on 12/3/2014 by Shoshana
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Comments about LD Gold 3D Printing Filament (PLA):
I HAVE NOT USED IT YET, DUE TO THE SMALLER THAN ADVERTISED SPOOL, CENTER, MOUNTING HOLE.
IT, (THE DELIVERED ITEM), IS SMALLER.
I CANNOT USE IT, RIGHT NOW.
THE SPOOL HOLDER, I HAVE, IS NOT THE SAME SIZE.
THE FILAMENT LOOKS GOOD THOUGH!
Comments about LD Pink 3D Printing Filament (PLA):
I set my printer to 210 and it printed flawlessly.
I drew a bust of my version of Coby Bryan form the Lakes basketball team. And all I had to do is wait because the print went flawlessly. I use a Rostock Max2 printer and Mattercontrol to prepare, slice and print.
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