A must for all portfolios and one of the most enduring colors. This black gives a silky smooth finish.
|NGEN BLACK 1.75 / 2200||4|
|NGEN BLACK 2.85 / 2200||8|
|NGEN BLACK 1.75 / 750||106|
|NGEN BLACK 2.85 / 750||89|
|NGEN BLACK 2.85 / 8000||0|
|NGEN BLACK 1.75 / 8000||0|
Availability: In stock
- My goto Filament
- Practice makes perfect
- I don't use PLA or ABS anymore...
- My go to Filament!
- Really easy to print
- The best black there is for a UM2
I also started printing NGEN at 240C based on what I had learned with XT but dialed that back to 230 because of the stringing and spider web that appeared at the end of the print. I was also very happily surprised that the same settings seem to work well for Black, Clear, Purple and gold.
I think I'm an NGEN convert and I'm not phased by printing in black any more. (Posted on 12/21/2015)
At colorFabb we have a well equipped 3d printing studio with a lot of popular 3d printers. We know our materials will give you excellent results and to help you get these results here are tips and trick for using colorFabb 3d printing filament.
Adviced 3d printing temperature:
Adviced 3d print speed:
40 - 70 mm/s
Advised Heated bed
nGen gives best results on a heated build platform, 75C to about 85C is usually needed for proper adhesion to a glass plate.
Printing on a cold bed is possible but you’ll need some adhesion tools to minimize warping. 3DLac, buildTak or 3DEeze can do the trick.
For some materials we have a made learn.colorfabb.com article.
Since colorFabb develops and produces their own filaments we have a lot of knowhow about our materials. Here you’ll find all kinds of interesting material specifications that will help you decide which material is best for your project.
± 0.05 mm
Glass Transition Temperature: