Over the years, I have tried countless 3D printing filaments, with mixed results. Nozzle clogs, brittle prints, or dull colors sometimes drove me crazy!
This is the filament brand I now rely on the most. Vibrant colors, strong prints, and zero clogs have been an absolute game-changer. In my honest opinion, it’s not just good value for your money; it’s one of the best filaments you can get right now. Just remember to keep your PLA and PETG dry, and you should be good to go.
Wet Filament? Dry it and store it right!
Same print, same filament, same settings as last time but the print turns out brittle or has an ugly surface? Your filament probably got wet.
You can dry it using a filament dryer; the brand honestly doesn’t make much of a difference. You can buy the one I have or also just dry it in an oven or food dehydrator.
Is your filament dry? Perfect! But it won’t stay dry just laying around. Use an airtight container and add desiccant. The box I use is airtight, fits multiple spools and is quite durable. I would not recommend using dry bags. They break easily and are a bad long-term solution.
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