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3D Printz Crystal PLA Review, GET IT NOW!

*****UPDATE- THIS PROJECT WONT BE GOING AHEAD ANYMORE!!*****

About 3D Printz

3D Printz is based in Shropshire, United Kingdom. It was founded by three, 3D print enthusiasts, who spend more time tinkering and playing with 3D printers that are healthy.

Between them, they have decades of experience in quality and manufacturing also in information, technology, and business. 3D Printz is a team and their goal is to provide the best customer service, with the very best products at the most competitive prices.

Website

I got to admit their website is very neatly done, It is very easy and simple to use. Why not check out 3D Printz website and tell me what you think! www.3dprintz.co.uk.

My Thoughts

Lets get down to business, so this will be a short article about the 3D Printz red crystal pla, Once you scroll down you will see a video also about the filament and the model i printed, in the mean time remember to like,share and subscribe for more interesting videos.

I was recommended by William at INOV3D that the crystal Pla is something to die for… well I wanted to see for myself if this could be true. So I decided to purchase not one but three spools of the crytal pla, i wasn’t being greedy(haha!) I wanted to see how there colour range of the crystal filament was.

 

Hurray, I received my parcel of 3 spools of red, green and blue in a good well-packaged box. Upon first opening the parcel the boxing was actually a nice surprise. You can tell they have spent some money getting the logo and design right and this is a good start for me. Upon opening the PLA the spools are air tight really well, as you can see from the photo below.

From my inspection, it was tightly put on the other reel but not to tight to cause any issues. Measured the thickness with my calipers in three spots and there within there range of there quoted tolerance of 0.03mm. How beautiful is the red though? “So shinny, so bright”

So then came the decision on what to print with the crystal red pla filament from 3D PRINTZ LTD. I didn’t want to do the same old “lets do a vase”. Instead, I thought let’s go big and true to my word I surely did, check the photos below

Here are few photos of the Warhammer that i was printing on my Creality Ender 3. You can tell by looking at the picture that it is printing very good, keep reading/watching and you can see the final result!.

This statue is measured at 188mm tall, so a fairly good size to review this Crystal red pla with

 

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So as you can see from the video it looks really impressive. Here is a few photos of the Warhammer statue I did, just in-case you don’t want to hear my manly voice, if you like this model it can be downloaded for free from HERE. 

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warhammer model

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Have a look at this review on Hobby King Trasparent Red Pla.

 

 

 

 

 

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  1. I have just been to there websit and ordered and the crystal pla is down to £9.99 a kilo yes under 10 pounds for a whole kilo

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