3D Printing Welcomes the Return of Pumpkin Spice Filament for Fall Frenzy.


“It’s that time of year again in the 3D printing world. The time when everything seems to be flavored with the beloved Halloween favorite, “Pumpkin Spice”. From coffees to donuts and other food items, this month is all about indulging in the warm and comforting flavors of pumpkin spice. But did you know that even the world of 3D printing has joined in on the aromatic phenomenon?

A couple of years ago, a company called Filaments.ca introduced “Pumpkin Spice Filament” to the market. This filament is not only a delightful shade of orangey-brown, but it also contains real food grade pumpkin spice that produces a beautiful natural warm caramel color with dark specks, giving off a delicious aroma while printing. Yes, you heard that right – this filament actually smells like pumpkin spice, especially when it is being heated up.

Now, you might be wondering why someone would want their 3D printed creations to smell like pumpkin spice. Well, the truth is, PLA filament (which is commonly used in 3D printing) often has a somewhat sweet smell during printing operations due to the organic components of the material. However, this particular filament takes it to another level by infusing the unmistakable scent of pumpkin spice into your prints.

Filaments.ca offers a 1kg spool of their “EconoFil Standard PLA Filament – Pumpkin Spiced Caramel” for CA$30 (US$22). But if you can’t find it at your local filament provider, don’t worry. There are plenty of other companies that offer this pumpkin spice-inspired filament, so you can still get in on the fun.

Now, a word of caution – even though these prints smell absolutely amazing, I must emphasize that they are not meant to be consumed. As tempting as it may be to sink your teeth into a 3D printed pumpkin spice creation, it’s best to admire them for their aesthetic value rather than their taste.

So, if you’re a fan of all things pumpkin spice and want to bring a little extra warmth and aroma to your 3D printing projects, give pumpkin spice filament a try this season. Just remember, enjoy the scent, but resist the urge to take a bite. Happy printing!”

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