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C♻EXNext 1.75mm

C♻EXNext 1.75mm


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COEX is helping make the world a better place one spool of PLA at a time. Introducing C♻EXNext PLA, our new filament that's made from recycled scrap materials from our production process.

Recommended Print Settings

Coex 3D recommends the following print settings when printing with our PLA. Settings will vary depending on your specific printing setup.

  • Hotend Temperature: 215 °C - 235 °C
    • Important! This temperature range may seem hotter than you're used to for other PLA filaments. Using 100% virgin resin causes our PLA to require slightly higher printing temperatures.
  • Heated Bed Temperature: 40 °C - 60 °C
    • Note: A heated bed is not a strict requirement when printing PLA, but using one is recommended.
  • Recommended Build Surfaces/Adhesives
    • Glass Build Surface
    • PEI Build Surface
    • Magigoo
    • Painter's Tape
    • Glue Stick
  • Cooling Fan: Recommended. Up to 100% fan speed is advisable when printing PLA.
  • Drying: PLA filament is hygroscopic and will absorb moisture from the air if not stored in a dry environment. If this happens, you may experience under-extrusion/inconsistent extrusion or excess stringing. You may also hear a "popping" sound coming from the hotend during printing. We recommend drying our PLA at 55 °C for at least 3 hours if it has been exposed to excess humidity.
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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Decent for quick functional prints

This particular filament is made from a bunch of recycled material, not a bad thing. The rolls have a relatively consistent color and size throughout. A side by side compare however with the normal PLA sold by this group however, you can certainly see there is a quality degrade. This filament tends to be very stringy, and there are surface imperfections. The same settings with a 0.6mm end and the standard PLA provides a much better surface finish, and little cleanup. Supports with this material feel more difficult to remove, often leaving the latticework.

So, as the title says, if you're looking for a cheaper filament, this does the trick for functional parts that you don't mind the finish/polish of.


Best quality filament I have ever used!!!!