METAL - 1.75mm - Brass

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PLA MetalFILL 3D printer filament.  PLA MetalFILL thermoplastic filament is manufactured with tight tolerances from premium grade material.  Filament has been tested on popular fused filament fabrication desktop 3D printer platforms.

PLA MetalFILL filament should be stored in a resealable plastic bag with the dessicant pack provided.

Please see our filament temperature guide here: Spool3D Temperature Guide

Please see our full colour palette here: Spool3D Colour Palette

  • 1.75 mm MetalFILL filament(Polylactic Acid; tolerance +/- 0.04mm)
  • 20% Metal Powder
  • 0.5 kilogram spool (spool size:  54mm ID x  160mm OD x  57mm W; spool hole diameter:  33mm)
  • Optimum extrusion temperature: 190-210 degrees celsius
  • Colour: Brass
  • Consistently provides excellent build quality for low cost 3D printing.
  • Included in the box: 0.5kg spool of METL175-05009BRS filament, vacuum packaged in plastic with dessicant
  • Shipping Weight: 0.9 kg

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SKU: METL175-05009BRS


4 out of 5 (based on 2 ratings)
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Like brass-coloured PLA; in fact, exactly like it.

I was so excited to try metal filled filament. I still am, but less so. It works like a charm. It adheres better than normal PLA and it had slightly more weight. Other than that, the few flecks of shine hardly seem worth the effort. The colour looks like a mottled brown. I tried everything: rock polisher, sanding to 3000 grit, Dremel buffering - nothing made a significant difference. That is, until i accented with brass onto an object printed with wood-filled. What a beauty. Okay, worth it.
Posted by Steven Iseman, July 03, 2018

Looks great right off the printer but do not sand it.

Not absolutely sure if this filament genuinely uses the amount of metal it says it does. I printed it with my standard pla settings and after adjusting the flow rate it worked great. But I have seen people sand these products or use rock tumblers to make their parts shinier, but any amount of sanding at ridiculously low grit amount removed all the shine even after washing.
Posted by undefined, September 19, 2017