eSUN PLA Glow in the Dark Rainbow 3D Printer Filament, PLA

eSUN PLA Glow in the Dark Rainbow 3D Printer Filament

eSUN PLA Glow in the Dark Rainbow 3D Printer Filament, PLA Glow Filament 1.75mm, 1KG Spool (2.2 LBS) Fluorescent Filament for 3D Printers, Luminous Rainbow Multicolo

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Filament 3D Printing Materials:PLA Plus, Matte PLA, Gloss PLA, Light Weight PLA, Super Tough PLA, Silk PLA, Rainbow PLA, Marble PLA, Wood PLA, PLA Glow in the Dark, ABS Plus, PETG, TPU, PA-CF, PVA, Cleaning Filament

Liquid 3D Printing Materials:Plant-Based Pro Resin, ABS-Like Resin, TPU-Like Resin

3D Printing Accessories: eBOX Lite Dryer Box, eVacuum Storage Bag, eSpool Spool Replacement, eCure Lite Curing Box

Weight: 1 kg
Size: PLA Glow in the Dark Rainbow
Dimensions: 21.5 x 20.5 x 7.4 cm; 1 Kilograms
Brand: ESUN
Model: PLA175LRB1KG-EU
Colour: A-luminous Rainbow Multicolor
Pack Quantity: 1
Manufacture: eSUN
Dimensions: 21.5 x 20.5 x 7.4 cm; 1 Kilograms
Quantity: 1
Size: PLA Glow in the Dark Rainbow

8 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    So far the best glow in the dark filament I’ve worked with. Even under dim conditions you see the clear glow of the model.

    Definitely recommended. Though if printing on the Geeetech Thunder you’ll need to use slow mode otherwise you’ll end up with too much back pressure.

    5.0 out of 5 stars Gorgeous Filame

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Let’s start with the glow, which is great. Just a few seconds of exposure to even the phone led will make it glow for a few minutes. Charge it for a few minutes under a bright uv light (sun is best) and it will glow for hours. It also prints reasonably well, with the exception of two factors: it stinks, really, you need proper ventilation during and after the print; it doesn’t stick too well to the plate, I had to add a brim to my most complicated prints (thin walls). If your model has a few continuous square cm of area, you should be fine without brim

  3. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Cracked it open and ran a couple of prints right away. Need slightly more build plate temp for adhesion (I’m currently using 70c). Printing fine at 205c nozzle temp. Glow is very nice, especially if using thicker walls. Good value for money.

  4. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Glow in the dark works just as it says. The longevity of the visible glow does depend on how much material is in your print, a thin wall part printed in vase mode is likely to be disappointing compared to something with thick walls.

    Good value for a speciality filament.

    Nicely wound and packed.

    I have yet to make a part without stringing despite playtng with temperatures (which are somewhat higher than regular PLA as recommended by eSun). I will try drying, though the stringing happened this straight from the sealed packet.

    Very rough/abrasive finish on the outside of the filament. This was causing a lot of friction in my reverse bowden setup (KP3S) which caused retraction issues, so had to remove the bowden.

    Bed adhesion doesn’t seem great on a PEI built plate, had a couple of prints fail so I now use a raft which takes longer and uses more filament.

    Overall I’m pretty happy for the price, I’ve had a good few prints out of this and whilst they needed some post-processing to remove the stringing the final print quality was good.

  5. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Very spooky glow. Love that. The suggested settings for temperature didn’t work well for me with quite bad peeling, but I have figured them out now on my Prusa Mini+. For the first three layers, cooling fan off, bed 75c and nozzle 210c. After that, fan automatic, bed 70c, nozzle 200c.

    4.0 out of 5 stars Initial adhesion issues but great when dialed i

  6. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Very good, nozzle wear is minimal after several hundred grams of printing. Bed adhesion is off the charts, did not have to use glue stick or adhesion spray. The print only failed once. The print quality is on par with every other filament i have used, in reality its layer adhesion was one of the better ones i have tried. The layer line were only visible minimally and while the strength of the material is not amazing it’s not terrible either. Glow lasts for a decent amount of time considering the use of strontium aluminate. But they need to be charged for a reasonably long amount of time. But apart from that i would recommend this filament.

  7. SeymourNED says:

     United Kingdom

    I’ve used this filament for quite a while now, the bulk of it I have used to print parts to upgrade my printer.

    I’ve had no specific issues with the filament, it seems to print very well on my Prusa MK3S+ and the colour is pretty nice.

    The only minus point is because the winding on the spool is terrible, it’s atrocious, to the point that I’ve never seen spools from other manufacturers like this.

    This seems to be a common thing with eSUN filament, every spool I have and have opened has been badly wound…but…

    Yes, there’s a but!

    The winding, although poor, has thus far just been cosmetic, bad winding is only really an issue if the winding has not gone onto the spool properly, a long as the filament is wound on without coming loose, then it will come off the same way.

    Generally speaking, when people moan or complain about badly wound spools, it’s because of something they’ve done and not the manufacturer, it’s pretty much impossible for the manufacturer to spool filament onto a reel in a manner than it will tangle on the way off the real.

    4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good, nice colour, poor winding

  8. UrsulaLeverette says:

     United Kingdom

    Seems this may need a uv light to get it to glow
    Tried a 3cm part and did not glow
    Maybe with a larger part and intense light might do, good idea though shame