Easily printable wood filament with strict manufacturing tolerances



(£27.99 / kg, Price shown includes 20% VAT. - Excludes delivery costs)

Model type : 1.75 mm / 1000 g

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Features & Advantages

  • Wood look & wood smell
  • Easy printing
  • Strict diameter tolerance
  • Low shrinkage
  • Vacuum-packed

Item no.: GT-700-001-0777, Content: 1.000 g, EAN: n/a

Product information & technical details

Item no.: GT-700-001-0777
Manufacturer No.: 700-001-0777
Manufacturers: GEEETECH
Content: 1.000 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm
Product types: Wood Filaments, PLA Filaments
Filament colour: Wood
Net weight: 1000 g
Recommended processing temperature: 190 - 230 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 25 - 60 °C


GEEETECH PLA Wood is a PLA-based 3D printing filament that has been manufactured with wood fibres. The material prints just like regular PLA, but gives off a woody scent when printed.

The printed objects look similar to a wood carving. Because the wood filament contains real wood fibres, the printing temperature can be adjusted during printing to create different shades of colour. Printing at lower temperatures produces a lighter colour, while higher temperatures produce a darker colour.

Key Features of GEEETECH PLA Wood

  • Wood-look & wood scent
  • Easy printing
  • Good toughness
  • Strict diameter tolerance
  • Low shrinkage
  • Vacuum-packed

Applications of GEEETECH PLA Wood

  • Decorative objects (vases, figures, etc.)
  • Non-functional prototypes
  • Visual models
  • and many more

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Spool Dimensions

Contents Width Outer diameter Inner diameter
1000g 64mm 200mm 56mm

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