OVERTURE PLA Filament 1.75mm PLA 3D Printer Filament, 1kg Cardboard Spool (2.2lbs), Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, Fit Most FDM Printer (White 1-Pack)

OVERTURE PLA Filament 1.75mm PLA 3D Printer Filament, 1kg Cardboard Spool (2.2lbs), Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, Fit Most FDM Printer (White 1-Pack)

Yakibest.com: OVERTURE PLA Filament 1.75mm PLA 3D Printer Filament, 1kg Cardboard Spool (2.2lbs), Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, Fit Most FDM Printer (White 1-Pack) : Industrial & Scientific

What are overture pla filament 1.75mm pla 3d printer filament features?

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  • 【clog-free & bubble-free】– designed and manufactured with clog-free patent to guarantee a smooth and stable printing experience with these pla refills. Complete drying for 24 hours before packaging and vacuum sealed with desiccants in a transparent bag
  • 【less-tangle and easy to use】full mechanical winding and strict manual examination, to make sure the line tidy and less-tangle, so as to avoid possible snap and line breaking; larger spool inner diameter design makes feeding smoother
  • 【dimensional accuracy & consistency】advanced ccd diameter measuring and self-adaptive control system in the manufacturing guarantee these pla filaments of 1.75 mm diameter, accuracy +/- 0.03 mm; 1 kg spool (2.2lbs)
  • 【cost-effective and wide compatibility】with over 8 years’3d filaments r & d experience, thousands tons of filaments output every month, overture is capable of manufacturing all kinds of filaments in large scale with premium quality, which contribute to overture filament cost-effective and reliable for most common 3d printers, such as mk3, ender 3, monoprice flashforge and more
  • 【life-time guarantee】no matter when or why you need to replace or refund we will help! No risk to give us a chance to prove us, overture, are your reliable 3d filaments /accessories/3d printer/3d pen supplier

OVERTURE PLA Filament 1.75mm PLA 3D Printer Filament, 1kg Cardboard Spool (2.2lbs), Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, Fit Most FDM Printer (White 1-Pack) AMAZON

Yakibest.com: OVERTURE PLA Filament 1.75mm PLA 3D Printer Filament, 1kg Cardboard Spool (2.2lbs), Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, Fit Most FDM Printer (White 1-Pack) : Industrial & Scientific

Looking for specific info?

Is this re-branded amazon basics filament? I loved it but can’t find it anymore.

I can’t find proof, but it prints as good as hatchbox for me! I loved amazon basics filament before it went away.

Does this pla have any additives that would prevent it from being food safe?

While not labeled ‘food safe’, i believe annealing the pla in super fine salt in the oven for an hour would eliminate the porosity most are concerned about for cleanliness. Look up this process on youtube. Many makers are doing this not only to help with porosity and surface finish, but also strength. This annealing helps the layers stick together better, and packing it inside super fine salt prevents sagging and warping.

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Can i buy this filament without the build surface? My build surface is 300 x 300 crx10 so the 200 x 200 wont be enough

Hi the build surface is a bonus, it‘s free so it’s there but you can choose not to use it. :p
we offer 200 x 200 as a gift is because it’s the maximun we can get in the filament box so, sorry for the inconvenience.
We will launch easy-to-use build surface soon, 300 x 300 will be available then.

Does this pla contain any nylon or abs? Or is it pure pla?

It doesn’t contain any nylon or abs, it’s just basic pla but a little bit tougher than pure pla to make it not so brittle as pure pla.

To overture, why does red 1.78 pla keep going out of stock?

No i keep buying it though

Is this filament recyclable?

Yes it is

What is the net weight of the filament you get? Does the 1 kilo include the spool?

You get 1 kilo of filament.
The weight of the spool is not calculated in that.
You can always look in the product details section and it will tell you the dimension of the shipped package including the weight.

Cual es la dimensión de la caja del paquete de 6 kg de filamento.? What is the size of the 6 kilogram package box?

Las cajas miden 8x10x3 pulgadas cada una. Multiplicalo por 6 aprox… (como 12 pulgadas de alto por 22 de ancho por 18 largo.) (un aproximado solamente).

Where is this made?

This product is made in china

Does anyone one know, what the actual weight of the new cardboard spool is? Don’t have an empty one to calculate use?

The spools are supposed to be 1 kg of filament if you put it on a scale and grab the total weight minus 1 kg should have the weight of the spool.

What is the diameter of the spool?

200 mm in diameter by 67 mm wide

The white color, is it really white or is it off-white?

Its really white

Would this pla work on a makerbot gen 5?

As long as the machine takes 1.75mm filament and can heat the nozzle to 190-220c, i don’t see why not.

How is the finish on the white pla? I’ve used some with a ‘powdery’ feel on the finished product while others have a smooth, shiny finish, or matte.

Yes i had to deal with this also. The problem is in how fast you print and the temperature. I found this on some other pla manufactures as well. I would suggest temp @ 220 c. & speed around 75 – 80 %. Good luck.
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I can’t get this to adhere to my (prusa) build plate. What temp are you using for the extruder and bed? Are you putting anything on the build plate?

I am running my extruder at 200c and a bed temp of 60c.
My filament came with an adhesive textured build plate cover which is similar to the textured build plate cover on my creality printer (so i didn’t use it). I actually had a difficult time removing parts from my printer because they adhered so well to the bed. I also print my parts using a raft (not brim or skirt).

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How big are the rolls? Looking to buy a container for the rolls and curious about the size of the roll. Container is 9.5 x 8.5 x 3.5

Diameter of paper spool 7.8 inches
width of paper spool 2.8 inched

Can this product be used with the dremal model 3d40?

According to dremal they use 1.75 dia. Pla so this would also work.

4 out of 4 times the nozzle gets clogged and stops printing 3-4 hours into a print. Temp change doesn’t help. Ideas??

If your using new overture, it could likely be the filament. Also heat could be traveling too high up in the hotend and causing filament to melt and jam. Try new nozzle, higher fan speed, new fan, lower print temperature, i run at 112-115° with a .8 mm nozzle.

Red and light gray are gone now. I like this filament a lot but the dwindling color selection is problematic. Any plans to stock more colors?

Yes, we have the plan. Now more filaments are on the way, will be available late this month, sep.
Thank you for your concern.
You can choose the 6-pack to get all the colors if you need it in a hurry. :p

How is the finish on the white pla? I’ve used some with a ‘powdery’ feel on the finished product while others have a smooth, shiny finish, or matte.

I can speak for the black i assume the white is similar. The black is the smooth shiny variety.

OVERTURE PLA Filament 1.75mm PLA 3D Printer Filament, 1kg Cardboard Spool (2.2lbs), Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, Fit Most FDM Printer (White 1-Pack) AMAZON

Yakibest.com: OVERTURE PLA Filament 1.75mm PLA 3D Printer Filament, 1kg Cardboard Spool (2.2lbs), Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, Fit Most FDM Printer (White 1-Pack) : Industrial & Scientific

What are our customers saying?

5Expert Score
Great 3d print

Very new to 3d printing, a prusa mini. We have 3 different brand filaments, including overture. The other two are amazon basics and prusa. Granted, the other two filaments have been exposed for about a year but it’s very dry where we live. Our first prints with amazon basics and prusa were rough with bubbles. I opened the overture filament and printed with it right away, and the print came out, to me, almost flawless. I’m going to try another color and hope it prints as well as this!

I added photos of the printed medal display box and to the more seasoned users, maybe it isn’t as well printed as i think but i have nothing to compare it to so, judge for yourself!

5Expert Score
Always can count on this

I have tried tons of different brands but always use overature in my production stuff. It’s is always consistent and works well on all the different colors i use. When 3d printing there are so many variables that can mess up your print so having a consistent filament is a major factor. I have found that with overature. When a printing issue happens, i can fix it quickly knowing it’s not the filament.

5Expert Score
Great pla

I started 3d printing not so long ago and have gotten several different pla from different companies. This by far has been the best for 3d printing. It doesnt separate, it sticks very well and the plastic doesn’t seem very brittle once its printed. 100% reccomend and will buy again.

5Expert Score
Very consistent and smooth

Honestly impressed with how consistent the quality is from this filament. Might only buy from them from now on! I’ve used dozens of spools this year and this might be my favorite

5Expert Score
Well packaged and works great

Packed well and requiring minimal drying, love the cardboard spool and it seems to have a pretty great diameter throughout. Loads through bowden tubes without issue

5Expert Score
Good, reliable brand

I’ve used a number of colors of pla (as well as other materials like petg and tpu) from overture and they have been consistently reliable and good quality.

5Expert Score
Overture does it again

This is one of my favorite colors overture filament makes. I have not had a single issue with it at all, and for the price it is a no brainer. It is one of the most consistent brands i have bought over the years and will definitely continue supporting them throughout my 3dp career.

5Expert Score
I really like overture silk filaments.

I love the look of silk filament and so far, overture silk filaments have been my very favorite. I typically print 200c hot end and 60c bed temperature with no problem.

5Expert Score
One of the best filaments i've used

This prints very smoothly with my snapmaker a350t. It’s one of the best filaments i’ve used so far, especially for the reasonable price. I’ve only tried the white so far, but i’ll definitely be trying some of the other colors. I like the fact that it comes on a slightly more environmentally friendly cardboard spool, but it does sometimes squeal when it’s spinning in my filament dryer. If they coated the outside ring with plastic or something else to reduce potential friction, this stuff would be perfect. My print settings for this: 200c first layer, 195c for the rest; bed temp 70c initial, 65c for the rest. Recommended.

5Expert Score
Better than the more expensive brands.

Using this on a glass bed with an ender 3 pro. No breakage of the filament, rolls off easy and does not try out.

4Expert Score
Solid as always but not up to their usual standards.

I’m printing on creality ender 3 pro machines that i’ve used for years. Very dialed in, very unproblematic machines. I’ve used hatchbox, gst3d, kodak, and overture branded filaments on them with zero issues. Whenever i get a new filament reel it always goes into my filament dryer to make sure it’s dry and good to go. No different with these two reels. They got a 12 hour session, relative humidity was brought down to 9% after 12 hours at 120’f, plenty warm enough to dry them out but not cause damage. It prints and adheres fine but there’s a lot of popping and voids from both reels on two machines. Both machines have new nozzles, new bowden tubes, the only similarities? The filament. It works. But there’s a bunch of small defects. I’m surprised. Overture is usually better than this.

4Expert Score
Great prints, but tricky to start when first switching to this.

I have the cr-10 v3.

This was the first spool of filament i bought after using up the pack that was included with my printer, and not going to lie, it gave me a lot of issues at first — bad bed adhesion, the first layer just wouldn’t stick, there were bubbles, and i would have random strings sticking out. All when it was printing perfectly fine with the previous filament. After a lot of print tests, research and some good ol’ cleaning, i now get beautiful prints from the overture pla filament.

Not all the printing issues i had were due to the filament. It was my first time changing out the filament, and i wasn’t exactly being gentle when trying to switch it out, so my leveling was most likely off. But i also found that this filament needed temps that are higher than the default settings i was previously using.

After searching on these reviews for suggestions on settings, it was printing better, but the first print adhesion was still not great and i had to watch the first layer like a hawk. I think i see residue from all the testing and failed prints getting smooshed too close to the bed, but scraping wasn’t working, and the screen cleaner that has worked fine in the past doesn’t seem to be doing anything. Finally decided to bring out the isopropyl alcohol and i finally had beautiful prints.

One star off because it can be pretty tricky to get the settings and adhesion dialed in to start, and as a 3d printing newbie i got so frustrated that i almost gave up, but it i got great prints once i got it figured out.

Photo (after changing the temp settings. Edges are jagged because the leftover brim hasn’t been sanded off yet): left print – before cleaning the bed with alcohol. Right print – after cleaning.

New temperature settings:
print temp (nozzle) – 210 c
plate temp (bed) – 60 c

4Expert Score
Great pla!

I’m new to 3d printing, and the number and type of filaments available are potentially overwhelming. I took a chance and tried the filaments from overture after reading some good reviews on amazon and elsewhere and am happy i did. I’ve found this pla to be easy to use, with good adhesion and an attractive appearance to finished prints. I’m running a creality cr-10v3 with the nozzle temp set at 200, the bed set at 50 ,with 3mm of retraction, and have had no issues with either adhesion or artifacts and stringing has been so minor i hesitate to mention it. My only complaint is that i wish it came in bags that could be resealed. I love the recyclable spools and the way they mark them indicating an approximate amount remaining in both grams and meters. Great stuff, and overture will be my first stop when i expand beyond pla.

4Expert Score
Poor finish

This was some of the first filament i purchased and printed with it for a while. I noticed my surface quality was quite low, poor adhesion and first layer always has bubbles/defects. I’ve tried drying it in a filament dryer, it lost quite a bit of water weight, but still poor print quality. I tried a spool of a competitors filament and it prints great.

4Expert Score
Great product, fantastic value for $

Took a bit to dial-in settings, well documented on packaging. Bought 4x rolls of pla (3x black, 1 white) and tried a petg roll (separate review coming). Used in around-the-house and garage/workshop projects like trays, binds, adapters, etc.

Notes (for snapmaker 2 – a350):
-used in a recent 54-hour print on ‘draft’ / ‘fast’ settings; some adhesion and stringing (oozing) issues at layer/wall changes
-used in a recent 11-hour print on ‘normal’ settings; significantly reduced adhesion and stringing issues

-recent price was $0.54/ounce
-single rolls were actually cheaper than the bundles

4Expert Score
It’s decent filament for the price

For the price it’s a pretty decent filament. Although there is some popping from moisture so i wouldn’t use it for a final print

4Expert Score
Very acceptable prints

Using a tronxy x5sa 400 and this filament was used for a baby yoda print which came out really well, very satisfied.

4Expert Score
Gave it 4 because the white one sucks.

I’ve had a 3d printer for well over two months now. Out of the brands and colors i have had, the white is by far the most okay and terrible at the same time. The black is 100% good but the white snapped twice in the past 2 days alone. It snapped a month ago and i just chalked it up originally to something i did wrong or something going on with it. So white is the cheapest and the most easily accessible but beware.

4Expert Score
Tangles a lot

Filament is not well spooled, it tangles a lot. Lost several prints.

4Expert Score
Use immediately.

Only a 1 week replacement policy, so dont buy 2 pack. So first spool outta 2pk no issue. Second spool i started a print and woke up to the filament snapped due to being tangled in spool. Well i untangled it as far as i could tell restarted the print and 2 days and 3/4 through the print same thing. So now ive wasted time, filament, and electricity so please be aware.

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