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PLA Filament Easy Printing - 1,75mm - ALL COLORS Materials 3D - 300g - 3D850

PLA Filament Easy Printing - 1,75mm - ALL COLORS Materials 3D - 300g - 3D850

CHARACTERISTICS: 

Filament based on PLA 3D850

Its main features are its ease of printing and ceramic finish. 

It is suitable for contact with food. 

It does not generate warping and ithas excellent adhesion to bed and between layers. 

This material provides your parts: very good dimensional stability, stiffness, heat resistance, and a thin and shiny surface finish, hardly improved. 

Thanks to its rapid crystallization, you can print faster without deformation and with precise details. 


PRINTING PARAMETERS: 

- Extruder temperature: 190ºC - 230ºC 

- Bed temperature: Does not need (if applicable: 50ºC y 70ºC) 


PROPERTIES:

- Easy printing 

- No warping 

- Suitable for contact with food 

- High quality surface finish and shine 

- Excellent strength and stiffness 

- Fast crystallization 


Net Weight: 

300g 


TECHNICAL DATA: 

- Density: 1,24 g/cm2 

- Fusion temperature: 165ºC – 180ºC 

- Heat distortion temperature: 144ºC 

- Tensile strength: 9,500 (65.5) Mpa 


All coils have individual case and are vacuum packed with a sachet of silica gel desiccant inside 

Diameter 1,75mm ±0.02mm 

Print Settings (As reference)
Printing temperature190ºC - 230ºC
Heated BedOff - 70 ºC
Layer FanYes - Recomended

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