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 recycled styrene 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.
- Jessie PLA
Overall for the price, I don’t think it’s really matched. Definetly better then Amazon filaments that are the same price and as a beginner it is very nice working with quality filament. I don’t regret buying it!
I'd like to give it 5 Stars but I have some reservations.
I really like this filament and I will most likely be buying more. I purchased 7KG and have finished 1.5KG thus far. This filament is well formulated: It releases from the bed very easily. Perhaps too easily; I lost several prints that broke free durning the print. Extra effort tweaking the first layer height payed off but after 1.5 spools I'm still not fully confident the print will succeed. I'd like it to adhear better even if it required more effort to remove. This filament prints good within a wide band of tempature, in fact my tempature tower looks amazing. It's really hard to see a difference between 220-180°C. With that being said, I did experience greater difficulty printing thin cross sections. Normally I print at 205-215°C for PLA. With this filament I had to get down to 180°C to avoid heat buildup related part distortion. I experienced a major jam requiring disassembly although, I don't want to be quick to blame the filament. I've printed enough parts with this filament that I've developed a proceedure that seems to work well for me. I start out about 210°C on the nozzle and 60°C on the bed. After enough layers I reduce the nozzle to 180°C. I've also found that it prints well a higher speeds. It would be nice if I coult add some pictures however, there doesn't seem to be a way to do that.
Jessie Premium PLA
Total trash. Rather stay with Prusament, ESun, Sunlu or other premium brands.
Perfect lithophane filament
Prints amazing at 215°, my litho projects are coming out perfectly!
High expectations, with no follow through
I seem to be the only one that has had this problem, but when I received the filament it was not vacuum sealed and the spool was dented like it was dropped. All this filament does is clog my printer, no matter what I do. I have several other types of filaments I tried along side it that would work fine with the printer and same setting. Im hoping this is just a fluke, but I don't plan on ever using this product again to find out.