[Get 4 for the price of 3] Anycubic High-Speed PLA Filament
Anycubic High Speed PLA FilamentMain Features
Boosting Speed with High-Speed Core
Unlock up to 10 times faster output when you pair our High-Speed PLA Filament with a high-speed 3D printer. Designed as the ultimate companion to our Kobra 2 Series 3D Printers. Engineered to match the rapid pace of modern 3D printing technology. The High Speed PLA supports a maximum speed of 500mm/s, compared to the standard printing speed of 50mm/s. Results printed using Anycubic Kobra 2 Pro. Data obtained from Anycubic’ s lab. for reference only.
High Fluidity & Rapid Shaping
Compared to standard PLA filaments the high-speed PLA filaments boast enhanced fluidity and better cooling effect, ensuring smooth and consistent feeding for filaments after melting and rapid model cooling and shaping.
Efficiency Meets Quality
Elevate your printing efficiency while maintaining impeccable results. Experience smooth and intricate surfaces on models, particularly on those challenging overhanging parts. Engineered with high toughness and minimal shrinkage, this filament ensures a superior level of quality for your printed creations.
Uninterrupted material output is guaranteed with superior flow and its good cooling effect, ensuring no clogs, no shortage, and no bunching during high-speed printing.
Its uniform and seamless filament diameter eliminates the risk of tangles. Compatible with both high-speed and standard 3D printers on the market.
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How to install consumables
- Install the spool on the spool holder of a 3D printer, and preheat the nozzle.
- Cut the top of the filament into a spire shape, and thread it into the extruder and feeding tube.
- Manually push the filament through the feeding tube to the nozzle until the filament melts through the nozzle.
Extra attention needed
- When installing and replacing filaments, make sure to heat the print head (heated to above 230°C), otherwise the print head might get clogged.
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