Introducing Print Your Mind 3D Woodfill Filament
We are very excited to now offer a new, high-end Woodfill 3D printing filament. We carry a full line of PLA, ABS, PETG, and Woodfill materials. Our filaments are made in the USA using very high quality standards of +/- 0.05mm in diameter and +/-0.03mm in roundness. A portion of every sale is allocated to our Enviromaker initiatives to support education, innovation, and sustainability.
Tested For Superior Performance
After extensive testing with various Lulzbot and Ultimaker 3D printers, we can assure you that you can print with confidence knowing you can expect quality results. We vigorously tested the material to ensure a top quality performance with the 3D printers we carry.
What is Woodfill?
This specialty filament is made with polylactic acid (PLA) polymer and fine wood particles giving you finished prints that look and smell like real wood! You can sand, stain and finish your prints to give them the look and feel of a real wood project.
We recommend printing with a 0.5mm nozzle or higher with this material.
2.85mm vs 3.00mm
We often get questions about the difference between 2.85mm and 3.00mm filaments. Usually, most filaments labelled as 3.00mm will actually be closer to 2.85mm in diameter. Our materials are truly 2.85mm filaments which means superior printing performance with Ultimaker 3D printers, as well as those that require 3.00mm such as Lulzbot Taz 6 and Mini. Just remember to configure your slicing software for a true 2.85mm material and you can expect impressive results.
- 500 gram roll
- Vivid color
- +/- 0.05mm in diameter and +/- 0.03mm in roundness
- Manufactured in the USA
- Every roll comes vacuum sealed with moisture absorbing desiccant
STORAGE: Every order comes with one large resealable bag. Use this along with the included desiccant bag to ensure your filament stays dry. It is important to store your filaments in a dry area to avoid moisture absorption when not in use. This will also ensure your filaments are free of dust & dirt to make ensure your next project prints without a hitch.
Recommended printing temperature
Lulzbot 3D printers
60C Heated bed
Ultimaker 3D Printers (Reccomend 0.5mm nozzle or larger)
60 Heated bed
We found ourselves needing a large quantity of wood filament in a short amount of time. We purchased 10 spools of it for our project and have currently used almost half of it. The filament has worked great for what we need with no issues at all.
The PYM3D Woodfill has worked perfectly for me! Colin suggested a slightly lower extruder temperature (195C) and this worked great. Will buy again.