Why Jessie Premium PLA?
Jessie is Printed Solid’s own exclusive filament line. Higher quality, easy prints, and a continued dedication to the community. Named after David Randolph’s dog.
Made in the USA
Our filament is made in Delaware, USA. Our pellets are sourced from Nebraska. Our Colors are manufactured in Illinois. Our spools are manufactured in Indiana. Unlike other brands that just respool foreign-made filaments and call it American-made. We make a truly end to end filament in the USA.
We keep environmental impact as low as possible with cardboard spools and a low loss extrusion process to minimize waste.
Jessie is a constantly evolving extrusion line with new colors and materials planned. We also are working on better spooling, even tighter tolerances and adding in more and more quality control over the industry standards.
At 35+ colors and counting, our pure color catalog is constantly expanding. Our pure colors are never dulled down with fillers, so your prints will be radiant and just the right tone, every time.
- PS Red
- Jessie PLA
100% Made in USA!
Cool hot red plus 100% Made in USA.
Nice bright red
I buy this color regular for my Etsy shop. The color is always consistent, prints well and ships quickly.
Great Red Filament
This filament is so predictable. Especially on complex parts. The filament flows flawlessly on all 8 of my Prusa MK & Mini 3D Printers. I count on this filament and never a worry. For Jessie PLA my Prusa Slicer settings are 220 and 66. The settings work great especially if tune your first layer to a magnetic dedicated to that specific 3D Printer. Jessie filament more competitive to any quality PLA or PETG made in China and the Airheads are great!! LOL!
Prints great. On its own, it seems like a very good, general red. But once placed next to other colors,, it isn't quite as deep a red as first thought. That said, I have still used about 12kg of it over the last 2yrs, because it has been very consistent in color. So that js a big bonus.
Unlike my previous order where I had no issues placing/paying for the materials that were purchased. This last order was extremely difficult and the person that was assisting me didn't make things any better. Domingo Santigo mentioned that he was "doing me a favor" by accepting my purchase order so that I could purchase the same materials that I had no issues purchasing previously with the same type of purchase ordering form. I've used this same type of form for many years with no issues so I feel that this could have been handled in a much better way. I don't feel I'm getting favors done as a customer that's paying for the materials from this company.