purefil PLA perlhellgrau 0.75kg 1.75mm
The use of high-quality raw materials creates a 3D printer filament that is particularly easy to process. Using a state-of-the-art manufacturing process, very low manufacturing tolerances are achieved, which leads to convincing printing results with all FDM 3D printers. Each coil is sealed in a high-quality bag.
- Made in Switzerland
- small diameter and roundness tolerances
- easy to print
Polyactide is a polymer that consists of lactic acid molecules, among other things.
We currently have PLA filament 1.75 mm and PLA filament 2.85 mm in our range.
A heated bed is advantageous for PLA filament, but not essential.
We recommend using an air cooler when processing PLA filament.
Furthermore, PLA is characterized by many times more pleasant odor properties
than other plastics during processing.
However, the temperature below which PLA starts to soften is relatively low.
Even at high temperatures in summer, PLA parts can deform!
As a starting material, PLA is basically biological under special conditions
degradable. However, the final product contains pigments and additives. Because of that
the PLA parts still have to be disposed of in the garbage and not in the garden.
This filament meets the compositional requirements of European
Regulation No. 10/2011 on plastic materials intended for food contact.
- minimal shrinkage
- little delay
- Low water absorption
- Soluble in many organic solvents
- High UV resistance
- Low flammability
- Heat resistance up to approx. 60°C
PLA filament or polylactide is in principle biodegradable, whereby certain environmental conditions are necessary, which can usually only be found in industrial composting plants. PLA does not normally decompose in nature. We therefore do not recommend composting PLA filament or printed parts made of PLA.
Diameter: 1.75 +/- 0.05mm
Nozzle temperature: 190-230 ° C
Printing table temperature: 50-70 ° C
technical datasheet DE 746/Materialdatenblatt PLA purefil.pdf
technical datasheet EN 745/material data sheet PLA purefil.pdf