Coex Community

What is the Coex Community?

coex-community

Coex Community is the perfect way for our customers to showcase their work and also learn from other 3D printing enthusiasts. Whether your company uses 3D printer filament in rapid prototyping, or you are printing at a local Makerspace or in your home, this community allows everyone to connect and share.

We want to hear about your project!

By showcasing projects with our filament, you can help us work toward perfecting our products to show others what is possible in the 3D printing world.

Coex Community allows customers who use our 3D printer filament to:

  1. Upload and share photos, videos and descriptions of their 3D printing projects.
  2. Provide insight on their printing techniques.
  3. Showcase Coex 3D printing filament capabilities.

How it works

Participation in the community is simple. Join Our Facebook Community and share your 3D printing project! Your project will show on the Coex LLC website and our Facebook Group.

Following is a list of information you may consider including:

  • Description of your project
  • Type of 3D printer filament
  • 3D printer filament diameter
  • Filament color
  • Type of printer

Have fun!  We can’t wait to hear from you!

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8 hours ago

Still working on retraction when moving. But damn. Loving the options with my two color printer. ... See MoreSee Less

Still working on retraction when moving. But damn. Loving the options with my two color printer.
5 days ago

Any chance on more types of Translucent colors by chance? ... See MoreSee Less

1 week ago

A while back there was some talk of trials of additional PETG colors. Any news on that?

Would love some additional PETG color options.
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2 months ago
Coex3D

Have you tried CoexNylex™ yet!? Coex 3D's newest lineup of filament includes Natural Nylon, Carbon-reinforced, and FiberGlass-reinforced versions.

Purchase yours today! coexllc.com/prod.../3d-filaments/coexnylex-filament/
#coex3d #3dprinting #3dfilament #dupont #zytel #nylonfilament #filament
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Have you tried CoexNylex™ yet!?  Coex 3Ds newest lineup of filament includes Natural Nylon, Carbon-reinforced, and FiberGlass-reinforced versions.

Purchase yours today! https://coexllc.com/prod.../3d-filaments/coexnylex-filament/
#coex3d #3dprinting #3dfilament #dupont #zytel #nylonfilament  #filament
3 weeks ago

Hey Coex, have you guys doing something different with your packing? The last few batches I have ordered have come in not vacuumed sealed correctly. I used to get them like this Esun roll but not for a while. ... See MoreSee Less

Hey Coex, have you guys doing something different with your packing? The last few batches I have ordered have come in not vacuumed sealed correctly. I used to get them like this Esun roll but not for a while.Image attachmentImage attachment
3 weeks ago

Good morning. I bought some mystery PLA. It’s looks transparent. Slight green color. Cannot get it to work well on my Ender 3. Any Cura setting suggestions?

Thanks

Jason
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1 month ago

There's something strange...in the neighborhood. COEX Glow in the Dark! ... See MoreSee Less

Theres something strange...in the neighborhood.  COEX Glow in the Dark!Image attachment
1 month ago

Printed this dragon with Coex Translucent Blood Red! Definitely my favorite filament to date. ... See MoreSee Less

Printed this dragon with Coex Translucent Blood Red! Definitely my favorite filament to date.Image attachmentImage attachment
2 months ago

Hello, I have been having issues with some coex pla, and was wondering if you guys could help me. The green(coex 220/60) one and black(overture 210/60)one are printed on my molded ender 3 pro. If you notice on the green one there seems to be under extrusions holes and delaminating/under extrusion in spots, where the black one is almost perfect. I have a few hundred dollars worth of coex filament so I don't really want to have to sell it or figure out a way around the issue.

BUT, I have printed this yellow(coex 220/60) one on an ender 2 pro, that I just put together the other day, brand new out of the box. The yellow prints have come out almost perfect as well. I will be using the green filament in this printer to see if there are issues.....

Another thing to note, I have also had issues with different models and colors on my ender 3. Especially under extrusion. I have calibrated esteps and I have done a PID tune.

My ender 3 has the silent mother board, direct drive mod, e3d all metal hotend, pei sheet.

Ender 2 is bone stock

I keep all my filament in ziploc bags with silicone packets to hopefully keep the moisture to a minimum. My house is also *fairly* dry in general. I will be using more filaments to try and see what I can find.

I also have a picture of a retraction tests of 1mm-5mm as labeled

Thank you for any assistance.
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1 month ago

Hero me gen 6 printed with Coex abs orange installed on E5+ micro swiss dd. Cooling is a lot better. ... See MoreSee Less

Hero me gen 6 printed with Coex abs orange installed on E5+ micro swiss dd. Cooling is a lot better.Image attachment
2 months ago
Coex3D

Today Coex 3D is happy to be a part of a Green Bay Chamber of Commerce event called Greater Green Bay Made. Proud to here along with our other Village Companies. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

First timer. Started at the beginning of this calendar year. Thought I’d bring my 3v2 printer to do tinkercad with my students. Kids did key chains. Now working on gifts for first communion children using PLA. Designed it myself using our church/school logo. Cranking out 60 of these at 4 at a time. Sure wish I had another printer. Only 1 printer takes some time with these projects. But I am proud to start a new adventure with fusion 360, tinkercad, cura and 3d printing. ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago
Coex3D

Coex 3D is committed to supporting Eduacation and STEM based programs. Today we are exhibiting at the WTEA Show (Wisconsin Technical Education Assoc). Great event and great people! ... See MoreSee Less

2 months ago

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3 months ago

trying to print PETG for the first time and the part comes loose from the bed. (Nozzle temp 240/235; bed temp 85/80. I'm using a magnetic bed plate. Any suggestions? ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

MRRF 2022 was announced, anyone else planning on attending? ... See MoreSee Less

3 months ago

Man I've had just terrible luck with my printer the last few months to the point I don't even want to look at it. I've been trying to print this box for the last 2 weeks and everything I do it's the same, corner popping failure.

As you can see I've got a pretty darn good 1st layer and brim going down, but after layer 5, it curls to the point of popping off. So far I've tried:

-Multiple brim sizes
-Tried just a skirt
-Tried a 2 cm draft shield
-Cleaned bed with Iso 90% and degreaser, even sanded the PEI sheet
-Trammed the bed more times than I can count
-Checked gantry
-Ran the bed temps between 40 and 60 in 5 degree increments
-Placed the STL in each different corner of the bed
-Tried different extruder temps from 205 to 215
-Dried the filament
-Removed any drafts
-The file has printed many times before this with same filament.

Using gunmetal metallic PLA. I refuse to use a raft because that's a really a band aid and it makes the exposed surface of this print suck. Is it possible my PEI sheet is just...dead? Did the filament die?
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Man Ive had just terrible luck with my printer the last few months to the point I dont even want to look at it.   Ive been trying to print this box for the last 2 weeks and everything I do its the same, corner popping failure.

As you can see Ive got a pretty darn good 1st layer and brim going down, but after layer 5, it curls to the point of popping off.  So far Ive tried:

-Multiple brim sizes
-Tried just a skirt
-Tried a 2 cm draft shield
-Cleaned bed with Iso 90% and degreaser, even sanded the PEI sheet
-Trammed the bed more times than I can count
-Checked gantry
-Ran the bed temps between 40 and 60 in 5 degree increments 
-Placed the STL in each different corner of the bed
-Tried different extruder temps from 205 to 215
-Dried the filament
-Removed any drafts
-The file has printed many times before this with same filament.

Using gunmetal metallic PLA.  I refuse to use a raft because thats a really a band aid and it makes the exposed surface of this print suck.  Is it possible my PEI sheet is just...dead?  Did the filament die?Image attachmentImage attachment
3 months ago

Picked up scarlet and taxicab yellow PLA at my local HobbyTown on Sunday and did my first-ever multicolor printing: ... See MoreSee Less

Picked up scarlet and taxicab yellow PLA at my local HobbyTown on Sunday and did my first-ever multicolor printing:Image attachment
4 months ago

Learning more in fusion 360 this weekend and when i first got the roll of translucent blood red i had a idea for a lithophane holder and this is what i came up with . still needs a coupke tweaks but im super happy with it.
Thanks Coex for super cool filament.
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Learning more in fusion 360 this weekend and when i first got the roll of translucent blood red i had a idea for a lithophane holder and this is what i came up with . still needs a coupke tweaks but im super happy with it.
Thanks Coex for super cool filament.Image attachmentImage attachment
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