NGEN DARK BLUE
Nothing to be blue about! Our dark blue gives your print an elegance and class that other dark colors may lack.
|NGEN DARK BLUE 1.75 / 2200||0|
|NGEN DARK BLUE 2.85 / 2200||1|
|NGEN DARK BLUE 1.75 / 750||38|
|NGEN DARK BLUE 2.85 / 750||0|
Availability: In stock
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- Excellent go-to filament
I've played around with several materials - PLA, PLA/PHA, ABS, PETG - and none of them just work in the way nGen does. I don't make money from my printing, I produce products as a hobby and a 3D printer allows my electronics to have custom parts and workings.
The thing I love most about nGen is the dimensional stability. You know that what comes out of the printer (even on my wobbly Prusa i3 clone) is the same as what you designed in Fusion 360. That, quite simply, saves a lot of time, effort, sanding and reprinting that other materials often require.
Initially I was sceptical about whether or not it was worth the slightly higher price per gram, but I can say hand on heart that it is. My only difficulty is that it does have a tendency to stick incredibly well to BuildTak, and you need to have the fan off, or your layers will delaminate! (Posted on 11/2/2016)
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: