Monoprice Premium 3D Printer Filament 1.75MM 0.5kg/spool, Color Changing UV Pink

Create photosensitive objects on your 3D printer using this 1.75mm Color Changing PLA Filament from Monoprice!

PLA is a good choice for a printing material if you are looking for high accuracy and high resolution. It extrudes at lower temperatures, does not require a heated base, and has a very low shrinkage rate (0.3%). PLA is harder than ABS, but is therefore also a bit more brittle. Additionally, PLA is a plant-based plastic, which means that it is biodegradable and gives off a slightly sweet odor, like roasting corn. The negatives of using PLA is that it is vulnerable to degradation from moisture, sunlight, and heat. Additionally, it is more prone to overheating during processing, which can cause dripping and drooping if it gets too hot.

This filament is photosensitive. Under normal conditions it is a neutral/whitish color, but when exposed to sunlight it quickly changes to a brilliant pink. It comes on a 0.5kg spool and prints at temperatures between 190 ~ 220°C.

Reel Dimensions:

Spool Diameter: 200mm (7.87″)
Spool Width: 37mm (1.46″)
Hub Diameter: 53.5mm (2.11″)
Hub Width: 37mm (1.46″)

Product Features

  • Spool Diameter: 200mm (7.87in.)
  • Spool Width: 37mm (1.46in.)
  • Hub Diameter: 53.5mm (2.11in.)
  • Hub Width: 37mm (1.46in.)
  • Color – Pink.

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  1. Monoprice sent me their Premium 3D Printer Filament 1.75MM 0.5kg/spool, Color Changing UV Pink (Product #12501) to review. I typically only review products that I love and those that I hate or have problems using. This filament, according to me and my 9 y/o daughter, falls into the LOVE category.Even before opening the packaging, we took the filament outside in sunlight. Immediately, the filament changed from near white to, according to my daughter, a “beautiful…

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