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Questions tagged [filled-pla]

Filled PLA is PLA that contains a sizable amount of material such as metal or ceramic powder or wood fibers to create specific looks or effects.

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How do I know if a filament is abrasive?

There are tons of fancy filaments around. And a lot are super nice to look at or have super cool properties, like carbon-filled nylon being comparatively far stronger than other material, wood fill is ...
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PLA wood filament: a special treatment?

PLA wood has a beautiful natural texture that I wanted to try. But when I used it in my second print, it clogged the nozzle (solved). I know this filament is composed of 70 % PLA and 30 % recycled ...
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What nozzle size should I use for filament containing glitter?

I recently had a series of issues with my prusa MK3 that kicked off when I tried to print with Proto-pasta's glitter filament using a 0.4 mm nozzle. The glitter clogged up and cleaning it out was ...
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Issues with Proto-pasta filament extruding on prusa mk3

Has anyone run into problems printing with Proto-pasta's HTPLA on a Prusa MK3 (or any printer really)? I picked up some samples from PP, specifically their glitter filament and a couple of the premium ...
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Recommended settings for ColorFabb Copperfill Filaments on a 0.25 mm Nozzle?

I switched out my 0.4 mm Ultimaker 2+ Nozzle the other day for the 0.25 mm and started using a ColorFabb Copperfill 2.85 mm filament. I am having some issues with it clogging and sticking to the bed ...
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Does wood filament damage the printer nozzle?

I recently found out carbon fiber and glow in the dark PLA can damage the printer nozzle, now I'm suspicious of all the "exotic" filaments. So, does wood filament cause damage to the nozzle? (under ...