PLA is one of the most common used 3d-print materials in the world, it´s non-toxic and has a no unpleasant smell when you print with it. Because of its thermal characteristics it’s easy to get great prints. Polylactic acid (PLA) is a bio-degradable polymer that is produced from lactic acid, which can be fermented from crops such as corn.
This PLA has a slight shine to its appearance when the print is done. It is a so-called modified PLA and is much stronger than regular PLA, this is due to the impact modifier that has been added together with the PLA.
The results are not far from amazing and the material is extremely strong with very good interlayer adhesion. This also opens a new world for the use of PLA. Until now PLA has been brittle and not very strong but with this new product you can use it for applications that before you needed ABS for. Due to the very low shrinkage and the fact that you don´t need a heated bed (but we recommended it for best performance)
When using a heated build plate, we recommend that you use a temperature setting of 40-60°C together with some kind of adhesive product.
|Tolerance||± 0.05 mm|
|Heated build platform required||No|
|Print Temperature||180 – 210 °C|
|Melting Temperature||140-160 °C|
|Weight Filament||750 g|
|Spool Size||200 x 55 mm|
|Spool Hub Diameter||53 mm|