PLA+ Glow In Dark 3D Printer Filament
PLA+ Glow In dark filaments from filamently is made from best PLA based master batch which gives it a perfect layer to layer adhesion and best finish for your object, there won't be any clogs.
Glow in the dark filaments are basically standard ABS or PLA filaments infused with a phosphorescent material. The most commonly used of these phosphorescent materials is strontium aluminate, although zinc sulfide and calcium sulfide are still used in some capacity. In a way, they are made in a very similar way to other composite materials such as carbon fiber filaments, magnetic filaments, and wood filaments. As we shall see later, glow-in-the-dark filaments suffer the same limitations as other composite materials but make up for them in aesthetics.
Glow in the dark filament is like any standard filament but with one key difference: It glows after being charged with light. This effect is achieved by additives such as strontium aluminate (and sometimes zinc sulfide and calcium sulfide), which absorb UV light and re-emit it as visible light.
The 1.75mm 3D printer filament can be used in all the machines in the market with out a problem. These filaments are properly blended with PLA based elements which absorb light and using the list absorbed glows in the dark.