Smooth, Accurate, Consistent, and Reliable
We have been using COEX filament in-house for over 3 years now. We have never had issues with their rolls breaking like other cheaper filament brands and we always get consistent print results from their products. We’re excited to be carrying their filament as we believe they are one of the best filament manufacturers around. Their filament is made 100% right here in the USA in Wisconsin. We’re confident that you will love their PLA and get consistent, high-quality prints from it. Consistency and quality are paramount for us when we are running a printer farm, COEX filament allows us to know that we will get the same results from roll to roll every time.
PLA vs PLA Prime?
COEX offers their PLA in standard PLA and a higher-end version called “Prime”. It’s important to note that even their “standard” PLA is better than most other PLAs on the market (especially over Chinese made filaments) as they use high-quality Natureworks PLA resin to make it with no “fillers”.
The PLA Prime offers better heat resistance, toughness, and less warping than their standard PLA and uses Natureworks Ingeo 3D850 resin. We’ve printed both in house and they both print beautifully. Some colors are only available in the “Prime PLA” formulation.
Recommend Hotend/Bed Temperatures and other Resources
See our Help Center article here for the recommend temp settings, profiles, and other information about COEX filament: COEX Filaments - Recommended Nozzle and Bed Temperatures - TH3D Studio LLC
COEX Support - If you need help tuning/using your COEX filament please contact them through their web form here: Contact Us l 3D filament l COEX LLC. If you have a return or warranty request then contact our support team.
Filament Support Information
Help Center - If you need help tuning a filament or want recommended print temperatures you can check our filament section of our Help Center here: Filament - TH3D Studio LLC
When handling filament the end should be:
- On the spool
- In your hand
- Loaded in the printer
Do NOT let the end of the filament go when handling it as you can cause the spool to tangle. Filament cannot tangle on its own. Returns/refunds will not be issued if you tangle a spool. Due to how filament is spooled onto the roll it is impossible to get a tangled spool from a new spool.