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Anyone used Add:north filament

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Hi,

 

Has anyone tried add:north filaments?

Link: https://addnorth.com/en/shop

 

Since i'm a Swede I got a little extra curious cus I very much like the idea to support your local shops, (Country in this case).

 

I just bought an UM2+ and are a little short on cash plus I am getting tired of spending hundreds of dollars on filaments that don't meet resonable expectations.

So I thought I would ask all of you fine people in here for your opinion and experiences.

 

Cheers!

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So much for not buying and trying 😄 

Ordered 3 different rolls; X-PLA, PLA and PETG.

 

Guaranteed diameter variance ± 0.025 mm...First I've seen with that low tolerance.

 

Will get back with some pictures.

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