Please consider making at least some of your products available as 'Master Spool Refills'. Basically a shrink wrapped/sealed coil of filament in a specific format to allow insertion on MasterSpools. In the EU, dasFilament in Germany is makeing it available.
As my favorite filament provider, I hope you will consider at least trying it out. Richard Horn (RichRap) on YouTube seems to be the originator of popularizing this, but others are stepping up too.
The best thing is that you can save shipping costs or provide a little more filament at the same cost for your loyal customers.
I don't think that spools are in danger of going out of production any time soon, but this is just another step in the evolution of the market place.
A current link to MasterSpool is https://www.youmagine.com/designs/masterspool-for-...and it is availabe on Thingiverse too.
Thank you for your consideration.
I didn't see a category for this printer.
I am new to printing and have a roll of white PLA Pro. The MatterHackers info says print from 185 to 205C, default on my printer for PLA is 215C. Which temp range should I go with?
The PLA from PRUSA Research printed well and MatterHackers has a good rep, I am just confused about why the apparent problem.
On a calibration print, lots of little 'nubs' are being left on the print surface rather than nice clean lines. And I had to disassemble the nozzle because it became clogged using this almost full spool of filament.
Just looking for some suggestions here! Thanks in advance.
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