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esFil PLA MAX Black

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Filamento PLA Black 1.75mm 1Kg fabricado en España a partir de PLA especialmente formulado para su uso en impresora 3D.  Ver descripción completa
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esFil PLA MAX Red

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Filamento PLA Red 1.75mm 1Kg fabricado en España a partir de PLA especialmente formulado para su uso en impresora 3D.  Ver descripción completa
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esFil PLA MAX Orange

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Filamento PLA Orange 1.75mm 1Kg fabricado en España a partir de PLA especialmente formulado para su uso en impresora 3D.  Ver descripción completa
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esFil PLA MAX Yellow

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Filamento PLA Yellow 1.75mm 1Kg fabricado en España a partir de PLA especialmente formulado para su uso en impresora 3D.  Ver descripción completa
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esFil PLA MAX White

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Filamento PLA White 1.75mm 1Kg fabricado en España a partir de PLA especialmente formulado para su uso en impresora 3D.  Ver descripción completa
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esFil PLA MAX Beige

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Filamento PLA Beige 1.75mm 1Kg fabricado en España a partir de PLA especialmente formulado para su uso en impresora 3D.  Ver descripción completa
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What is PLA filament?

PLA (polylactic acid) filament is a biodegradable bioplastic derived from renewable resources such as corn or sugar cane. It is one of the most popular materials for 3D printing due to its ease of use, versatility, and low environmental impact. It is characterized by being:

  • Easy to use: Does not require a heated bed and prints at relatively low temperatures.
  • Versatile: Can be printed on a wide range of 3D printers.
  • Biodegradable and non-toxic: It is a safe material for the environment and human health. li>

Origin and sustainability of PLA:

PLA is produced from renewable resources, making it a sustainable alternative to traditional petroleum-derived filaments. In addition, it is biodegradable and compostable, which means that it decomposes naturally over time without leaving harmful residues.

PLA is biodegradable and compostable under industrial conditions. It breaks down into water and carbon dioxide, making it an eco-friendly alternative to traditional filaments.

Differences between PLA and other filaments (ABS, PETG, TPU):

  • ABS: ABS is a material resistant to heat and abrasion, but it is less biodegradable than PLA and requires a heated bed to print.
  • PETG: PETG is water and chemical resistant, but is stiffer and less flexible than the PLA.
  • TPU: TPU is a flexible and abrasion-resistant material, but it is more difficult to print than PLA and requires specific printer settings.

Applications of PLA filament

  • Prototyping
  • Printing functional objects
  • Art and design

Advantages of PLA filament

  • Easy to use
  • Biodegradable and non-toxic
  • Versatile
  • Wide range of colors

Disadvantages of PLA filament

  • Less resistant than other materials
  • Less flexible

Printing recommendations for PLA filament

  • Use a 0.4mm or 0.6mm nozzle.
  • Prints at a speed of 40-100 mm/s.
  • Set the printing temperature between 180-210°C.
  • A heated bed is not necessary, but a temperature of 50-60°C is recommended to improve adhesion.
  • Use a 2-4mm retraction setting.

PLA filament properties

Property Value
Density 1.24 g/cm³
Print temperature 180-210 °C
Hot bed temperature Not necessary (recommended 50-60 °C)< /td>
Retraction 2-4 mm
Veilprint quality 40-100 mm/s
Elasticity modulus 3.5 GPa
Tensile strength 60-70 MPa
Bending strength 80-90 MPa
Elongation at break 3-5%
Merge Point 150-160 °C
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