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Extreme Impact Modified Black PLA Filament

3 reviews

MFG Atomic USA

  • $ 3499


Our premium Black PLA filament with a triple portion of our Extreme Impact modifier additive, Made with PREMIUM carbon black colorant for deep black levels.

Impact modified to reduce brittleness and increased part strength / impact resistance.


If you are looking for a specialty black filament that has no shades of gray under intense lighting or camera flash as is common with carbon based black pigments , please check out our" Extreme JET Black PLA " 

 

Specifications 

 Print temp 190 to 230C

 +/- 0.02mm or less average diameter variation

 0.02 mm or less out of round 

Resin Type : Virgin NatureWorks Ingeo PLA

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3.7 Based on 3 Reviews
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SR
07/27/2021
steven r.
United States United States
I recommend this product
Best filament I've used yet

Perfect clean prints no stringing. What more could you ask for? Parts printed are strong and survived being whacked with a hammer.

07/29/2021
Atomic Filament

Steven, that is high praise. Thanks for the kind words.

J
10/27/2020
Jon
My new go-to filament

I printed my first project with this last night, and I have to say I'm very impressed. The color is a nice deep black with some shine to it. The sides were very smooth, and the top and bottom layers look great after removing it from the print bed. Best of all, there was zero stringing. It also seems much stronger than conventional PLA, but without the brittleness of carbon fiber. This is my new go-to filament! Great job, Atomic!

MB
09/23/2020
M B.
Spool got stuck 36 hours into a 50 hour print job

It seemed fine until I was 36 hours into a 50 hour print job and I realized it wasn't printing anymore. I went and checked and found that the filament had snapped due to the spool not being wound correctly, pinching the filament so that the printer couldn't pull any more off the spool until it snapped. It was lots of fun clearing the printer of the snapped off filament too. So I wasted a day and a half and am out 20% or so of the spool... if I can even trust it for long prints anymore, which I don't. It also was surprisingly stringy when printing. The strings were very fine so I was able to heat gun them off easily at least. As much as I love the Atomic CF PETG, I'm going to take a hard pass on this product in the future.


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