Sunlu 3D Printer Filament ABS 3.0mm Supplies Makerbot Noctilucent Function - 135m

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Main Features:
Made of ABS material
You can see noctilucence of this item at night after absorbing illuminant, like sunlight, lighting bulb, etc
Glow at night for 8 hours if you put this product into illuminant for 20 minutes
Diameter precision: ±0.02mm
Non-bubbles
Pure color, no parti-color
toughness, not easy to be broken
Printing temperature: 210 - 215 celsius degree

Specification

General

Brand: Sunlu
Color: Red,Blue,Green,Purple,Yellow
Material: ABS
Size: 3.0mm

Functions

Function: Suitable for making handcraft and outdoor advertisement decoration
Special features: Toughness, Glow at night, Pure color

Size and Weight

Package size: 21.90 x 21.90 x 8.30 cm / 8.62 x 8.62 x 3.27 inches
Package weight: 1.3500 kg
Product size: 20.00 x 20.00 x 6.40 cm / 7.87 x 7.87 x 2.52 inches
Product weight: 1.1850 kg

Package Contents

Package Contents: 1 x Sunlu ABS 3D Printer Filament 3.0mm

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FAQ for Sunlu 3D Printer Filament ABS 3.0mm Supplies Makerbot Noctilucent Function - 135m

  • How to debug the heatbed of 3D printer without auto leveling?

    You can refer to the post below: How to debug 3D printer’s heating platform
  • How to stop 3D prints from warping?

    You can refer to this post: How to stop 3D prints from warping
  • How to choose the right filament?

  • How to choose a 3D printer?

  • How to using Cura 3D slicing software?

  • Why not extruding at start of print?

    1. Extruder was not primed before beginning the print;

    2. Nozzle starts too close to the bed;

    3. The filament has stripped against the drive gear;

    4. The extruder is clogged.

  • Why not extruding enough plastic?

    1. Incorrect filament diameter;

    2. Increase the extrusion multiplier.

  • why there are holes and gaps in the top layers?

    1. Not enough top solid layers;

    2. Infill percentage is too low;

    3. Under extrusion.

  • Why stringing or oozing when printing?

    1. Retraction distance;

    2. Retraction speed;

    3. Temperature is too high;

    4. Long movements over open spaces;

    5. Movement speed.

  • Why the 3D printer always overheating?

    1. Insufficient cooling;

    2. Printing at too high of a temperature;

    3. Printing too fast;

    4. Try printing multiple parts at once.

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