UV Light Fluorescent Green Gizmo Dorks 3mm 2.85mm PLA Filament 1kg / 2.2lb for 3D Printers
Gizmo Dorks 3mm (2.85mm) PLA Filament 1kg / 2.2lb for 3D Printers, Fluorescent Green (UV Light): Industrial & Scientific. Gizmo Dorks 3mm (2.85mm) PLA Filament 1kg / 2.2lb for 3D Printers, Fluorescent Green (UV Light): Industrial & Scientific. .The fluorescent colors will glow under UV light also commonly known as black light..We provide the highest quality D printing materials such as ABS, PLA, HIPS, PVA, and more. Our filaments are run with tight tolerances. There are no air bubbles or oily residues. Every filament comes loaded on a durable, hard plastic spool, not a cheap, flimsy cardboard spool..ABS, Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene, is a favorite filament among D printer users because it is light weight and durable. It can be injection molded which makes it perfect for D printing extruders. It has a high glass transition temperature to reduce deformation, but it is also low enough to be safely attainable with standard D printers. ABS is a hard strong plastic with some flexibility when compared to PLA. It is also soluble in Acetone, and it can be easily sanded and machined..FAQ?.Is the spindle hole large enough to fit my Makerbot printer?.Yes! Our spindle holes are large enough to fit the Makerbot printers. You don't have to worry about fabricating a spindle extension any longer. *NOTE, these spools will not fit inside of the new Makerbot th generation printer drawers. You can still use these spools and feed the filament directly through the top of the printer..What other colors are available?.ABS comes in a variety of different vibrant colors, 0 different options total..*New color changing filaments are available; the filaments will change colors at 1°C (88°F). The filament is one color below 1°C, and when it is heated above 1°C, the filament will change to another color..*New conductive ABS filament available. The conductive black ABS filament is exactly what the name implies. The can be used for anti-static, static dissipative, and conduction of electric current. . . .