Hackka wood filament for 3D printing test and review

26,95 inkl. Mwst.

In addition to normal plastic, metallic or chocolate looks, there is also wood material for 3D printing. The PLA filament gives each model a special and unique wooden look for a low price.



The wood mate­r­i­al for 3D print­ing from Hack­ka is a PLA-based type of fil­a­ment that almost smells and feels like wood. The dif­fer­ent types of wood allow the man­u­fac­tur­er to pro­duce this wide range of nat­ur­al wood col­ors. The mate­r­i­al is deliv­ered on spools of up to 2.3kg and prints flaw­less­ly even with con­ven­tion­al 0.4mm noz­zles as the wood par­ti­cles do not block the noz­zle.

Characteristics of wood material for 3D printers:

  • Feels and smells like wood
  • Eas­i­ly print­able even at low tem­per­a­tures (PLA)
  • Low mate­r­i­al curvatures/warping
  • Part­ly biodegrad­able
  • Prefer­ably to print with > 0.4mm noz­zle
  • Best to cool after print­ing with­out UV influ­ence

Different wood materials

In addi­tion to the wood fil­a­ment in this review, the Hack­ka Fil­a­ment is also avail­able in oth­er wood col­ors:

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Critical considerations

If you are wor­ried about noz­zle size, you can con­fi­dent­ly focus on oth­er aspects of the Hack­ka wood fil­a­ment for 3D print­ing at the time being. The stan­dard noz­zles are usu­al­ly 0.4mm, such as for the Flash­forge Find­er. Before buy­ing, how­ev­er, you should look at the exact noz­zle diam­e­ter of your 3D print­er.

Inter­est­ing­ly, Hack­ka adorns itself with the low cur­va­ture (warp­ing) of the wood mate­r­i­al for 3D print­ing and that no heat­ed print­ing plate is need­ed. How­ev­er, these are the nor­mal char­ac­ter­is­tics of PLA fil­a­ment. What is sur­pris­ing and dif­fi­cult to ver­i­fy is the indi­ca­tion of biodegra­da­tion of the fil­a­ment.

Conclusion for the Hackka wood filament for 3D printing

The wood­en mate­r­i­al by Hack­ka is part of our stan­dard reper­toire of fil­a­ments. The price to per­for­mance ratio is very good and com­petes with­out any prob­lems against oth­er con­ven­tion­al mate­r­i­al tex­tures. It adds a lot of vari­ety to your 3D print­ing expe­ri­ence when you have addi­tion­al mate­r­i­al types like wood or met­al. This gives the print­ed objects more authen­tic­i­ty, vari­ety and a real life feel­ing. Oth­er mate­ri­als which enhance your 3D print­ers results and their func­tion­al­i­ty are flex­i­ble and metal­lic mate­ri­als.
We can cer­tain­ly rec­om­mend the wood fil­a­ment for 3D print­ers from Hack­ka. For ques­tions or to share your own expe­ri­ence you can con­tact us via com­ment sec­tion or the con­tact form.

You can read more reviews and buy the wood fil­a­ment for 3D print­ing on Ama­zon »

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