3DJAKE Vacuum Set - Including Pump

Simple and safe solution for storing your filaments!

  • With 5 vacuum bags
  • In 2 sizes
  • Airtight storage
  • $15.83

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Delivery on Thursday, 19 August: Order before Monday at 13:30.

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Item no.: CB-VB5P, Content: 1 set

EAN: n/a

  • With 5 vacuum bags
  • In 2 sizes
  • Airtight storage
300 x 340 mm: $15.83
400 x 500 mm: $18.24

Product information & technical details

Item no.: CB-VB5P
Manufacturer No.: VB5P
Manufacturers: 3DJAKE
Content: 1 set
Product types: 3D Printer Accessories


Safe storage

The vacuum sealing set from 3DJake is a simple and inexpensive solution for storing your printing materials. It protects against moisture, dust and dirt! This will keep your filaments dry longer and so won't break easily.


  1. Just put your filament in the vacuum bag
  2. Seal the bag airtight with the seal
  3. Pump out the air with the supplied pump
  4. Store your filament in a convenient location

The vacuum bags are available in two sizes:

  • 300 x 340 mm for spools with an outer diameter of 200 mm and a width of 75 mm
  • 400 x 500 mm for spools up to an outside diameter of 300 mm and a width of 103 mm

Contents of delivery:

  • 5 x vacuum bags
  • 1 x pump

Questions & Answers about 3DJAKE Vacuum Set - Including Pump

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  • How on earth am I meant to use this? There are no instructions and using gh the pump doesn't suck any air out of the bag. There is no way of keeping the pump in contact.

    1 Answer, last answered on 28 January 2021

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The first industrial 3D printer was first manufactured in the 80s when the first CAD programmes first appeared on the market.