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3D Printer Wood Filament - Nature

actual product appearance may vary 3D Printer Wood Filament - Nature
Thickness   Price
1.75 mm
out of stock
$32.55
3 mm
out of stock
$32.55
1.75 mm
out of stock
$24.55
1.75 mm
out of stock
$24.55

bison3D printing filament is designed to work with a majority of 3D printers.

bison3D plastic filaments features:
  • Easily molded
  • Safe to recycle
  • Tough and impact resistant
  • Easy to modify and paint post-print
  • Easy to glue or soften with products like acetone, which also gives the finished object a more "polished" look
  • Color: Nature
  • Material: Wood
  • Thickness: 1.75mm or 3mm
  • Weight: 1kg/2.2lb per roll


REVIEWS:
Lexy
They have a large variety of products to choose from. The description clearly and accurately describes what the product is intended for. The prices are very low in comparison to many other places. The shipping rates are stated right in the beginning and clearly so their is no confusion or surprises.
Bobbi
I would definitely recommend Refill Bay to family & friends. Very affordable prices & reasonable shipping prices.
Jamie
Easy site to use, filament available when not on other sites, discount, reasonable prices.
AmbyyMacc
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Mikey
Ever since Lexmark stopped selling ink for the 901 Pinnacle, I found RefillBay.com. I intend to purchase my ink from them.
Lou
I stumbled upon this website when googling a cheaper alternative for my HP printer. I was pleasantly surprised with my service in Refill Bay. It was super affordable and it was super easy to purchase. I'll definitely be a customer again.

Compatible Printers:

· Eventorbot
· Makemendel Ditto 3D
· MakerBot
· MAX Airwolf 3D Series 1
· Mendels
· Portabee
· POWERWASP
· Printrbot
· Printrbot LC
· RigidBot 3D
· Robo 3D
· Romscraj
· Rostock
· Solidoodle
· Sumpod
· Up!

Frequently Asked Questions:

What's the difference between ABS and PLA?

Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene (ABS) is lightweight and it has a lower coefficient of friction. That makes it preferred material for small parts, compared to PLA. ABS has to be extruded at a higher temperature. Its glass transition temperature is around 105°C/220F. ABS is amorphous and therefore has no true melting point, however 230°C/445F is the standard for 3D printing. Most LEGO is made of ABS.

Polylactic acid (PLA) is a bio-degradable polymer derived from corn starch. It is melts at a lower temperature around 180°C/355F, and a glass transition temperature around 60°C/140F. It does exhibit higher friction which can make it difficult to extrude. PLA will flow more easily than ABS at the same temperatures and usually more glossy.