Introducing our Spaghet filament line
The Spaghet filament line from TH3D is our curated collection of awesome and unique filaments that we’ve found from other manufacturers overseas that meet our rigorous QC standards. No more hunting around random websites hoping to get something that prints well. We’ve tested all the filaments to ensure quality and test samples from all new batches that we get. This means you get awesome filament that prints amazing every time. Every filament has REAL pictures of the filament spool and most have a test print to show you exactly what you get.
We hope you enjoy our filaments and can’t wait to see the awesome prints you make with them!
Bambu AMS Compatibility: Both our plastic and cardboard spools work with the Bambu AMS
Spool Type: Spools will either be plastic or cardboard depending on stock.
Printing Temperatures & Tips
These are the temperatures that we found our filaments print best at.
- PLA – 210C Nozzle | 50-60C Bed
- PETG – 230C Nozzle | 70-80C Bed
- TPU/TPE – 220C Nozzle | 60-80C Bed
- ABS/ASA – 245C Nozzle | 100-110C Bed
- Nylon – 200-230C Nozzle | 80-100C Bed (depends heavily on printer and profile) – Enclosure Recommened
Printing ASA/ABS – When printing ASA/ABS you must use an enclosure to prevent warping and layers de-laminating. We sell enclosures in our shop here.
Prints not sticking? – For all materials we highly recommend Bed Cement to stick your prints down if you are having issues with adhesion.
Abrasive Filaments – If you are printing Carbon Fiber, Glass filled, and/or Glow in the Dark we highly recommend using a nozzle that is rated for abrasive filaments. We carry steel and our EZFlow nozzles for many machines that are up to the task to print these harsher filaments.
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.