Verbatim 55265 3mm Pla 3d Printer Filament, 1kg Verbatim 55265 3mm Pla 3d Printer Filament, 1kg
Verbatim 55265 3mm Pla 3d Printer Filament, 1kg
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VERBATIM 55265 3mm Pla 3d Printer Filament, 1kg Reel (natural Transparent)


VERBATIM 55265 3mm Pla 3d Printer Filament, 1kg Reel (natural Transparent)

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List price:    $47.99
Manufacturer: VERBATIM     

Mfg Part#: 55265.    Weight: 4 lbs

This product is BRAND NEW.


  • 3mm PLA filament
  • Manufactured to very tight tolerances (+.03mm dia)
  • High-quality materials to ensure consistent feeding & stable prints
  • Custom spool designed for strength, uniform performance & trouble-free feeding
  • Packaged in vacuum-sealed bag, with desiccant to prevent introduction of dust & moisture
  • Degradable bioplastic derived from plants
  • Less prone to warping than other filament materials
  • Can be cut, filed or glued post printing
  • Compatible with most commercially available noncartridge-based 3D printers
  • Environmentally friendly--guaranteed not to contain heavy metals or phthalates; BPA-free
  • 1kg reel
  • 1-year limited warranty
  • Natural Transparent

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    Verbatim 3D Printing Filament

    • Manufactured to very tight tolerances and from the highest quality materials, Verbatim 3D Printing Filament is a durable, impact-resistant filament for use with most commercially available 3D printers. Verbatim 3D Filaments feature a custom spool, designed for strength and balance for uniform feeding. Filaments are packaged in a vacuum-sealed bag, including desiccant, to promote longevity and prevent the introduction of moisture. Verbatim 3D Printing Filaments are backed by a 1-year limited warranty.

    What is the difference between ABS and PLA

    Material ABS - Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene - copolymer blend of styrene, acryl and butadiene PLA - Polylactic Acid - degradable bioplastic, derived from plants
    Key Features Harder, more impact resistant Easier to print No less prone to warping
    Heat Settings 225 No 250º C 190 No 240º C
    Heated Bed Recommended? No Yes
    Post Processing Can be cut, filed or glued. Acetone smoothing acceptable. Can be cut, filed or glued. Do not use with acetone.
    Transparent Options Available? No Yes
    Recyclability Recycling #7 Degradable bio-plastic

    PRIMALLOY Filament

    • PRIMALLOY Flexible 3D Filament is a high performance, polyester based thermoplastic elastomer which consists of a mixture of crystalline aromatic polyester block (mainly PBT) and an uncrystalline polyether block (mainly poly-tetramethylene-ether-glycol). This mixture gives objects printed with PRIMALLOY unique flexibility without sacrificing durability.

    How to Select 3D Printing Filament

    • Filament Diameter

      There are two common diameters of 3D printing filament, 1.75 mm and 3.0 mm. Most commercial printers today are designed to work with one diameter filament and not the other. Always check your printer manufacturers specifications to determine which diameter is compatible with your printer.
    • Precision / Diameter Accuracy

      Always look for filament manufacturers who publish their diameter tolerances. The tighter the tolerance, the more consistent and accurate the printed results will be. Verbatim 3D printing filaments are manufactured to a tolerance of +0.05 mm – to ensure stable, accurate prints with consistent feeding.
    • Spool vs. Coil and Design

      Spools are easier to work with than coils. They are easily stored, mount conveniently and distribute the material in an even, consistent manner. However, not all spools are created equal. Verbatim 3D filament spools are custom designed for both strength and to ensure even feeding of filament, resulting in high-quality, consistent printing.
    • Printer Limitations

      Is your printer equipped with a heated bed? Is the bed platform capable of achieving 100ºC? These are things you should consider when purchasing 3D printing filaments. ABS filament provides much better results when used with a heated print bed – ideally in the range of 80-120º C. The filament will adhere to the print bed better when the bed is heated to temperatures within this range. If your printer is not equipped with a heated print bed, you should consider working with PLA filament.
    • Printing Environment

      As a plant based material, PLA is less prone to fumes than ABS material. Depending on your printing environment, this could be a consideration. However, we recommend always conducting any 3D printing in a well-ventilated environment.


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