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Dikale PLA 3D Printer Filament - 1KG(335m/1099ft) 1.75mm, Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.02 mm, 1KG Spool 1.75 mm, Warm White

by dikale

Price SAR 128.4 In Stock

Estimate to be delivered 27 Sep - 30 Sep



✔️【Neatly full mechanical winding & less tangle 】Neatly-Wound, less tangling,1 KG (approximately 2.20 lbs.) Spool(335m/1099ft). The filament was neat on the roll and leaves the spool easily without any crossed turns to avoid possible snap and line breaking. ✔️【High Precision & Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm】1.75mm Filament Diameter dimensional accuracy + / - 0.03 mm makes feeding smoother. ✔️【No Bubble& No Clogging】Vacuumed Sealed with Desiccant. It comes in a vacuum sealed re-sealable bag with a big desiccant bag to capture any moisture. High quality PLA Filament Ensure a smoother and more stable printing experience. ✔️【Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature】Recommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 190°C - 230°C (374°F - 446°F). Spool Diameter: 7.8" - Spool Width: 2.5" - Spool Hub Hole Diameter: 2.20"; reliable for most common 3D printers, such as MK3, Ender 3, Monoprice Flash Forge and more. ✔️【100% Satisfaction Guarantee】Hassle-Free 30-day money back and 12-month warranty with 24-hour response service are friendly offered. Buy with 100% confidence. We stand behind the quality of everything we sell. If you are not entirely happy, CONTACT US DIRECTLY ([email protected]), we will replace or return your order!

Customers Reviews

A decent lower cost filament with good print quality

5.0 out of 5.0 by L Gordon on April 1, 2018
 Today I'm reviewing Dikale White PLA filament. It's available for a low price, currently $15.00 for 1kg in the US, which puts it in direct competition with other low cost filaments.UNBOXING:The filament is shipped in a cardboard box, sealed in plastic with a desiccant packet to keep it dry. Contrary to the picture shown on Amazon, the spool has openings on the side, and also near the very center of the reel, so it's easy to see how much you have left.FIRST GLANCE:The filament is that it's very glossy and smooth, almost glass-like. It’s a very brilliant white and very reflective.TEMPERATURE:I printed a temperature tower with temperatures matching those listed on the spool and box (190 to 230C). There was noticeable droop on holes and bridging above 220C, and stringing increased as the temperature rose.I settled on a 200C hot end and 60C bed temperature, print speed of 50mm/sec, and 5mm retraction @ 60 mm/sec on the Anycubic I3 Mega printer. (Note: The Ultrabase bed on the I3 requires heat for adhesion)PRINTING RESULTS:I measured the filament at various points during testing, and it varied between 1.73 and 1.75mm throughout.First up, I printed a single wall thickness test object . The results were OK but the print had tiny imperfections. Higher extrusion settings in the slicer software seemed to help, but thin areas were persistent in all my testing of single extrusion walls. I don't consider this a problem honestly because I didn't notice any problems with thicker walls, and even the single thickness walls were structurally sound and flexible without cracking.To test layer adhesion and translucency of the filament, I printed a 0.4mm slice (2 layers @ 0.2mm). The result was a very smooth surface and I was able to see my finger clearly through the printed object with some minor back-lighting.Next was a Chromatic Vase, using Simplify3D’s “vase mode” where the layers are printed as a spiral moving upward. The results were very good. The surface of the filament is bright and uniform and has a nice shine that catches the light beautifully. There were some minor imperfections on the rear of the vase caused by a partially clogged nozzle, but as you can see the results were very nice in the attached images and video. (Amazon's video encoding really messed with the section of the video that shows the vase, sorry about that. Check the attached picture for a sample of the quality)Finally, I printed an extruder stepper mount to test the filament for use in a structural part. The result was accurate in all dimensions with no perceptible shrinking or warping. Supports removed very easily. Much more so than from other PLA I've used. This may be due to the smooth surface of this filament. The strength of the parts seems similar to those I’ve printed with other PLA.THE BOTTOM LINE:The Dikale filament prints well, is reasonably priced and seems to be a good choice if you are looking for a bright, smooth and glossy surface. I like it, and will definitely use it for future projects.
I will order another spool when this runs out.

5.0 out of 5.0 by BIMThoughts on June 22, 2018
UPDATE: Ran out of the first roll, just ordered another.Better than I thought it would be. At first I was scared because it was a little brittle, but that was just the part the was in the spool end hole. I ran my first print with my [Open Filament] da Vinci 1.0 Pro. 3D Printer/Upgradable Laser Engraver - 7.8" x 7.8" x 7.8" Built Volume (Fully Enclosed Design - ABS/PLA/Tough PLA/PETG) printer. I am also using the EZ-Stik Professional 3D Printer Build Surface from GeckoTek, 200x200mm as a surface. The print held well to the surface and popped right off after the print. I printed .1mm layer height at 35mm/s speed surface and 50mm speed inside. Heat was set at 210.I like how the spool is easy to see how much stuff is left and the color is not as white as the inland stuff, but is whiter than the supply3d stuff.The photo attached is the first print from the printer using this PLA. It is sitting atop a quarter, and fresh off the printer.I think I will order another spool when this runs out.UPDATE: Ran out of the first roll, just ordered another.
Good stuff, I will buy more. Update...

4.0 out of 5.0 by Joseph on June 25, 2018
Really light stuff. Very forgiving after the 1st layer. Good color white. I have done some lithophanes with it. They came out great.I had trouble with layer adhesion at first. I have to print it at pretty high temps to get the layers to stick. The thickness varies quite a bit, but the forgiving nature of the stuff means it normally prints ok. I have printed quite a bit with this roll, and still have about half left. The filament itself seems to be less dense than other stuff I have used. 1kg of this stuff goes pretty far.Update:4th Roll of this stuff. Something has changed. This roll came in a vacuum sealed bag as normal, however there was shrink wrap around the filament itself, not sure why. The filament itself is no longer a matte finish, it is now glossy and has different thermal properties. Had to adjust my settings for this filament reciped. I preferred the original stuff. Seems to print fine. Though my first print with the new roll has not finished yet.
Does not stick to print bed

1.0 out of 5.0 by RickCNC on January 16, 2019
I am using an Original Prusa MK3 with MMU. This is my second 3d Printer and I have printed over 70 Rolls over the past 3 years. I am not a first time user with no experience. This is the worst Filament I have used to date by far. It absolutely does not stick to the bed. I have tried nozzle temps from 190-230C. The first layer will peel up on every print.I have used many different brands and this is the ONLY filament that resulted in 100% failed prints.

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