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I have tried a few PLA brands but when they print they are more orange than red. I just started printing with this and it prints a very good red.
Nice filament with unique colours and I love the recyclable cardboard spools. I hope they come out with more colours soon.
I just unwrapped this filament today and printed a small dish in vase mode and it turned out pretty damn good. The colour is amazing and the feeling of this filament is much harder then some other big names. It feels like one I'm going to be very happy with and the fact that it is made locally is even better I'm excited for more new bright colours. Hotend: 215°c. Bed: 75°c with zero stringing and great adhesion.
Bright Bold Primary Red Color just like you would see on a brand new Flag.
Prints great, strong filament too.
So I got more than the Canadian Flag red, but as far as quality goes I love it. I printed the rose dragon model and it looks amazing! Of the filaments I've tested so far, I have no complaints or even slight concerns about any of them, and am looking forward to getting more from here. I was surprised to find that there was a filament manufacturer RIGHT in edmonton, and Alex was super cool to deal with
We chose to tackle some of the greatest flaws we found in the business after 6 years of working with 3D printing. These problems included needless plastic waste from plastic spools, low quality filaments on the market, and the carbon footprint of shipping thousands of kilograms of filament from China to Canada. Our solution to these issues was to become Alberta's first 3D printing filament manufacturer, as well as the first to offer cardboard spools to support industry sustainability.READ MORE