PLA Cosmic 50g 3D Printer Filament Sample

(2 customer reviews)

£3.33 Ex. VAT

  • High quality PLA 3D Printer filament
  • Featuring non-toxic metallic flakes – For that extra sparkle
  • Recycled content: 10% (2019 average of all colours of this material; can vary)
  • 50g of material

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Reach for the stars with PLA Cosmic

Our highly-rated PLA, now featuring metallic flakes to create prints that are "out of this world"

PLA; the staple of desktop 3D printing. Short for polylactic acid, PLA is a bioplastic derived from plant-based sources, meaning it is more environmentally friendly compared to ABS, for example. However, PLA production is depleting natural resources faster that they can be replenished. To address this issue, we have pioneered rPLA 3D printer filament, still boasting the same great PLA features such as; low warping, limited smell and premium print quality – but with the added benefit of being produced from factory waste streams as opposed to virgin pellets. All users of rPLA can feel good about reducing the demand for natural resources and therefore saving the environment, whilst being confident that the print quality will still be one of the best on the market! The go-to filament for all 3D printer owners, perfect consumer products, toys and general prototypes.


Recommended printing temperature: 205-225°C

Recommended heated bed temperature: Can be printed without, but if you have one, we recommend 50-60°C

Storage: Cool and dry conditions, ideally ~20°C

Additional information

Weight1 kg

1.75mm, 2.85mm


2 reviews for PLA Cosmic 50g 3D Printer Filament Sample

  1. Neil Isaac (verified owner)

    gbWales, United Kingdom

    I bough a sample of Cosmic Blue initially to try it out and found it to be very easy to print with and got great results right from the start. The glitter in the filament hides the layer lines very well and the final prints seemed much stronger than ordinary (non-filamentive) PLA. I liked it so much I’ve just bought 750g to start my next project. Printed on an Ender 3 Max with 0.6 Nozzle

  2. John Henderson (verified owner)

    gbEngland, United Kingdom

    Looks interesting.

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