Reddit Reddit reviews HATCHBOX 3D Printer Filament, Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, 1.75 mm, 1 kg Spool, Wood

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HATCHBOX 3D Printer Filament, Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, 1.75 mm, 1 kg Spool, Wood
1KG (2.2 lb) SpoolWood 3D Printer Filament Vacuumed Sealed With DesiccantRecommended Extrusion/Nozzle Temperature 175°C - 220°C (347°F - 428°F)1.75mm Filament Diameter (Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm)Spool Diameter: 7.88" - Spool Width: 2.69" - Spool Hub Hole Diameter: 2.20"
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29 Reddit comments about HATCHBOX 3D Printer Filament, Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, 1.75 mm, 1 kg Spool, Wood:

u/Traegs_ · 33 pointsr/tumblr

What exactly are you asking?

The price of the filament is $32 for a spool of 1kg.

If you're asking how much it would cost for a company to print it for you, that would depend a lot on the company.

u/jpd73 · 9 pointsr/3Dprinting

So creating this took a bit of practice and patience. Basically, I built the 3d model from scratch using a software called fusion 360. Once I got the model built I used Simplify 3d to get the printing parameters set (layer hight, print speed, nozzle/bed temp etc...)

You then send that file directly to the printer for printing. I’m using a JG Aurora A5s which is a relatively cheap intro printer. I loaded it up with some wood PLA filament (amazon link for reference: HATCHBOX 3D Printer Filament, Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.03mm, 1.75 mm, 1 kg Spool, Wood

I’m not sure exactly how this filament is made but it seems like a mixture of saw dust and plastic that functions almost exactly like the normal PLA plastic most 3d printers use.

Anyways, once the print is done. (This took about 4-5hrs) you can sand it down and polish out any imperfections the printer may have left. And also being wood, it will absorb any type of wood stain.

You can still see some layer lines but if I adjust the layer hight and put more effort into sanding, then those would be a lot less noticeable.

Hope this helps!

u/Hit-Enter-Too-Soon · 4 pointsr/PrintedMinis

I recently printed one in this wood filament, which is stainable, and it looked pretty good plain, but fantastic once I stained it. If you have any layer lines, they tend to look like wood grain once you stain it.

That said, it seems to have left bits behind in the nozzle, so the white I switched to afterwards kept having little brown bits for a while.

I've really been considering this "marble" PLA, though, because I want to print up the same character as a double size figure and give him a kind of "statue" look.

Grey worked well, as u/Snownova said. Black, not so much. Any place where a support was hesitant to come off gets really visible when it's unpainted, and the characters are somehow shiny in a bad way.

u/Rice062 · 4 pointsr/3Dprinting

Hey everyone!

Was curious if anyone can help me out with this.

It’s an Ender 3 Pro using the Hatchbox wood filament.

Anything small prints fine. Usually good for 2-3 hours no issues.

Anything 4+ hours I come back to a jammed extruded several inches above the print with nothing comes out.

Filament: HATCHBOX 3D Printer Filament,...

u/Bletotum · 3 pointsr/3Dprinting

My own shoutouts:

Hatchbox Wood:

This sands easier than any classic plastic filament, after which you'd swear someone whittled the wood themselves. After stain, it's my very favorite thing to use. It's abominably stringy if you use anything smaller than 0.15mm layers, but that really doesn't matter since you're gonna sand it anyway.


CCTree Marble:

This prints like butter, but I've been unable to stop it from stringing. It's easier to sand than other non-wood filaments I've tried though. I like the appearance, which seems to naturally hide subtle layer lines like the wood does.


Special mention to Prusament: the very least stringing I've seen among the few filaments I've tried, but I don't buy it because it's expensive in the USA and because the fumes make my eyes hurt while doing squeaky noises in the extruder. Weird.


u/Moonrak3r · 3 pointsr/3Dprinting

Thanks! It’s Hatchbox Wood PLA. I would’ve preferred a darker color but this was the only one in stock and I’m not a patient man...

u/Rajkalex · 3 pointsr/3Dprinting

It's PLA with wood fibers that give it a wood like appearance. It's a bit messier to print with because it can gum up the hotend (in my experience) but it can look really nice.


u/zeroquest · 2 pointsr/MPSelectMiniOwners

I'm expecting my printer tomorrow (Maker Select v2 - couldn't wait for mini v2 and reading mixed thoughts put me off) going to try printing this with a wood PLA. ( Really excited to see how it turns out. Have to wait until Tues for the filament, but that'll give me some time to acquaint myself with this beast. Thanks for inspiring me.

u/Annoying_guest · 2 pointsr/3Dprinting
u/robdoc · 2 pointsr/3Dprinting

I've only used but had some great results.

Here's some of my wood pla projects. The first two images are sanded and stained, the final is fresh off the printer with some fuckups I was troubleshooting.

u/WhatDoIKnow2 · 2 pointsr/3Dprinting

Weird. If you click other sellers on Amazon it does show Amazon as a seller with Prime.

u/UnicodeScreenshots · 2 pointsr/harrypotter

All three crests were printed on a stock ender three with Hatchbox Wood pla. The pla I used sands and stain just like wood so it was the perfect choice for these crests.

For the Gryffindor and Raven claw crests, I used regular dark wood stain. The Slytherin crest is what the prints look lime without staining. I plan on on painting the Slytherin one as I dont think the stained look fits the house. Links to everything I used can be found below.

Link to filament

Gryffindor Crest

Raven Claw Crest

Hufflepuff Crest

Slytherin Crest

u/juicius · 1 pointr/3Dprinting
u/Lv328r007 · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

Thanks for the interest everyone.
I used Hatchbox 3D Wood filament, printed with PLA settings, bed 60, extruder 210. The only problem I have is it's super stringy as the extruder moves from finish to start locations.

I'm going to finish this with sandpaper, this filament sands very nicely. Once it's sanded I'm going to assemble the boat pieces with wood glue, sand again then use wood stain to finish.

Think I'm going to print at least 5 of these and experiment with different wood stains and some colors. I don't have any serious plans to use them in water but I've heard this filament does float.
If I use some spray lacquer it might help but I'm guessing introducing the print to water probably wouldn't be the best for it's longevity.

If you look at the reviews in the below link you'll see some finished prints.
Link to filament -

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

I got mine on Amazon. It's a lot more expensive than regular filament, but so very worth it.

u/TheGreatGhostof1979 · 1 pointr/boardgames

Easy solution- Wood Filament

u/soul_in_a_fishbowl · 1 pointr/videos

This is the wood filament I use when I print. I like this filament more than any other material. It prints so well. I've had cleaner prints with this stuff than any other material.

u/danns87 · 1 pointr/FixMyPrint

Thanks I'll try bumping up the temp a bit.

The color is a bit weird because of the lighting, but it's just this common filament:

u/crusher1013 · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

Basic Cura guide for simple problems-

Sli3r manuel (I know you are using cura but the advanced settings are adusting the same things and some of the different settings can get confusing this can explain each setting)-

Your machine has a max temp of 230C and I print my wood filament ( at about 205-210C so you are good.

As for all the speeds you have to experiment to see what is right for your printer but I would start slow and work up. I agree 60mm/s is a good starting point. Use the suggested temps for the filamnet as a baseline and work from there. I believe the Maker Select is almost identical to the Wanhao Duplicator i3 so these articles might help you also-

After you start printing use this to tune and troubleshoot, it is very good-

Above everything, you are going to fail some prints and you are probably going to troubleshoot, but when you have a problem just come back and we help you troubleshoot.

u/maosBOT · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

A filament with some percentage of wood added to create different finishes as compared to other filaments.

HATCHBOX 1.75mm Wood 3D Printer Filament - 1kg Spool (2.2 lbs) - Dimensional Accuracy +/- 0.05mm

u/AnotherMadHatter · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

Hatchbox and AMZ3D wood PLA from Amazon print just fine. AMZ3D filament comes from the same factory as Hatchbox. If you like one, you'll like the other. Also, AMZ3D has more blues and purples than Hatchbox (just in case you were interested).

u/exccord · 1 pointr/3Dprinting

I bought some 1.75mm wood filament from Hatchbox off of Amazon last week. Quick search on amazon. Although I have bigger nozzles coming (attempted to print on 0.4mm nozzle and it clogged the shit out of it).

u/Radmite · 1 pointr/headphones

Metal, most likely no as I don't have any experience with it. (plus the price)

Wood, maybe. I have a good bit of woodworking knowledge, but not at this small of a scale. If I were to do it in wood, it may be just wood 3D printer filament