A couple of days ago I got some BioFusion Blue Fire filament from Extrudr and I was really excited to do a cool print with it. The filament color is amazing and it’s one of my favorites from what I used until now.
The bust was printed in 2 pieces with minimal support, then I glued the pieces.
BioFusion Blue Fire print settings for Yondu Udonta bust
There are the settings I used for printing the Yondu Udonta Bust:
- Printer: Artillery Genius
- Filament: BioFusion Blue Fire from Extrudr
- Model: Yondu Udonta Bust from Cults3d
- Layer Height – 0.12 mm
- Layer Width – 0.5 mm
- Infill – 5%
- Speed: 50mm/s
- Temperature – 200 C
- Slicer: Simplify 3D
- Profile: Artillery Genius profile for Simplify 3D from 3D Print Beginner
Yondu Udonta bust gallery
Print Recommendations for BioFusion Blue Fire
The BioFusion Blue Fire from Extrudr is recommended to be printed between 200C and 230C, at a speed between 20mm/s and 40mm/s.
I recommend you stick to the speeds recommended by the manufacturer. I printed at 50mm/s and I had some minor issues with overhangs printed on the supports.
Due to the higher speed used, I had some small issues with the prints adhering to the support. I am sure that with a speed of 40mm/s everything will work great.
Overall the BioFusion Blue Fire filament was really easy to print. Support removal was a breeze, and there were no contact marks on the print.
I love the BioFusion filament from Extrudr and I can’t wait to print with it again. In a future post, I will share some prints with the GreenTEC PRO carbon filament which looks awesome. I finally got my hands on some carbon filament to put the Mosquito Hotend and the Vanadium Nozzle to work. I can’t wait to share some print results with it.
Special thanks to Extrudr for giving me the chance to test their awesome filament!