Kehuashina – Silk Metallic Multicolor PLA FilamentKehuashina – Silk Metallic Multicolor PLA Filament

Kehuashina – Silk Metallic Multicolor PLA Filament

Kehuashina – Silk Metallic Multicolor PLA or rainbow (Red, Orange. Yellow, Green, Blue, and Purple) filament has a smooth, shiny metallic luster. Besides being eye-catchy, this PLA printing material is clog-free, non-toxic, biodegradable, and titled as best for indoor printing.


Kehuashina – Silk Metallic Multicolor PLA Filament is here to add more colors and excitement to your daily 3d printing. It has all 7 rainbow colors in the spool and gives your 3d models a shiny, silky, and real metallic finish. It randomly changes from one color to another as the spool runs.

Kehuashina – Silk Metallic Multicolor PLA Filament features no clogging, no warping, and no jamming, and being made from natural products, it is not toxic at all. Therefore, it is regarded as the best printing material s for indoor printing. 

If w talk about Kehuashina – Silk Metallic Multicolor PLA Filament’s environment-friendly nature, the manufacturer claims that it is biodegradable, recyclable, and eco-friendly. It is shipped in absolutely professional packaging, sealed in vacuum bags with a desiccant in them to ensure that the filament remains dry. 

For trouble-free and smooth feeding and running of the Kehuashina – Silk Metallic Multicolor PLA Filament, you need to set your printer at:

  • Extrusion (190°C – 230°C
  • Print speed: <30mm/s 
  • A non-heated bed is good for printing in summer while it is better to heat it to about 60 °C in winter.

Technical Specifications:

  • Brand: Kehuashina
  • Material: Polylactic Acid
  • Color: Multicolored
  • Weight: 1 Kilogram



For how long does a 1kg spool last?

A 1 kg spool lasts for about 14 to 25 weeks or 4 to 6 months. 

What is used in PLA manufacturing?

PLA (Polylactic acid) is a natural product of cornstarch.  It is used in 3d printing because of the extrusion 3d printing technology. Being natural, PLA is biodegradable and hence environment-friendly. It is also a non-toxic, least-odor, and smoke-producing printing material. 

What are the nozzle and hotend temp required by PLA for printing?

PLA requires extrusion/nozzle temp between 180-220*C for trouble-free printing. PLA usually does not require a heated bed for printing, however, it adheres well to the build plates at 20-60*C hotbed temperature. 

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