Despite some machine issues, my prints have been coming out great. Excited to get it working on a decent machine. Digging the eco-packaging as well (and the fact that it's not made in China!)
This is my go to filament. I really like it, I've never had any trouble with it. It's a safe bet if you're new to printing and want to know it will work.
I've got a first print underway with the white opaque and so far it's printing like a dream. The first layers went down like butter and subsequent layers are looking tight and smooth and no warping - as is always the case with protopasta's htpla. The previous print was with PHA/PLA and it was a headache of mesh and warping. I still need to dial in the settings (Cura with Lulzbot Taz 6). There's a bit of stringing happening between tree supports, but Chris recommended adjusting the flow a tad instead of the heat settings. I did reduce the default temp to 215 and printing temp to 220. The temp default settings in Cura are 220 and 225. Project: custom sculpture for post process sanding and also metal casting in bronze Layer height: .14mm Speed: 40 Top/bottom speed: 40 Wall line count: 4 Wall thickness 4 Retraction: 1.2 Infill density: 15% (small object) Printing from SD card and no pimples with high amazing detail. Protopasta has become my go to filament.