Everything I print now is either this, or the copper filled PLA, or the magnetic iron one. This stuff has spoiled me, because now I look at anything printed with just regular plastic PLA as garbage. I polish all my metal prints with a set of sandpapers pretty similar to what the polishing kit includes I think. I start with a 60 grit, and follow that with 80, 180, 400, 800, 1500 and finally 2000. Depending on the shape of the print it's sometimes a real pain doing the sanding, but the end result is always worth it. I think one of the best and most practical prints I used this for was a replacement knife handle. The metallic finish was perfect for that. Another print I'm particularly fond of, as a boston terrier owner, is a little boston terrier emblem for my car: https://photos.app.goo.gl/UYTMrQ3HjKPh9HQaA
It looks so good straight off the printer would recommend to anyone
I printed my models with it using the same settings I have used for other of their composite PLAs. It printed just as expected. I will keep this filament in mind for future projects. I now have tried several samples and found each one to be very good.
this stuff is great