Note that these filaments are not all made of PLA! Printing will probably require adjusting the printing parameters. Your printer needs to have a heatable bed. There's four different 3D printing plastics in this set: 1) Carbon Fiber in PLA. It's stiff and brittle. Apparently good for e.g. drone parts. The filament might break easier during printing. It's also recommended to print carbon fiber filament using steel nozzles as it's quite abrasive. The usual brass nozzle holes will get bigger due to this. Of course, brass nozzles are quite cheap anyways. Printing temperature 195-210 °C, no heated bed needed. 2) POM or Polyoxymethylene is white, slippery, tough and abrasion resistant. Ideal for printing e.g. cogs. Print temperature 230-270 °C, bed temp 80-100 °C, faint smell of burning plastic. Similar to Nylon but doesnt have problems with humidity. However, good bed adhesion is difficult. Make sure your hot-end tolerates higher heats. 3) Flex-filament (TPU) is - flexible at Shore hardness 94A. It is transparent and blue. Good for wareables, toy car wheels, etc. Print temperature 200-220 °C, bed temp 60-80 °C, slow to print at 20-30mm/s, better with no filament retraction setting, odourless. 4) UV activated, color changing PLA filament. Changes color gradually from white to purple in sunlight. When indoors, color changes back to white. Printing temperature 180-210 °C, no heated bed needed.
Get multiple materials for the price of one
Total 1kg of different plastic filaments, 250g spools of each material (Carbon Fiber PLA, POM, Flexible (TPU), UV-active PLA)
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Difficulty: Ranges from Easy (PLA) to Medium (Flex) to Hard (POM)