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PLA Filaments - 1Kg (2.2lbs) Spool

  • $ 2200


The most commonly used 3D printing filament today, PLA has a slightly sweet smell when printing. PLA prints at a lower temperature than many other plastics, and produces very fine detail when used with a cooling fan. PLA readily absorbs moisture from the air which can cause unsightly print surfaces when the moisture turns to steam inside the heated nozzle. PLA filament should be kept in an airtight package with a desiccant pack whenever it is not being used for printing.  

 1 Kg (2.2 lbs.) spool

PLA 

                                                               
Recommended Extrusion Temperature: 180°C - 220°C
Recommended Nozzle size: Any Size

Recommended Retraction Settings:

0.25mm per 0.1mm of nozzle diameter

(ie. 1.25mm retraction when using a 0.5mm diameter nozzle)

Recommended Print Surface:

Hot - Glass heated to 60-70°C or 50°C with a very light coat of pva glue. (if using any glue, or hairspray with a heated bed use it very sparingly. PLA will stick very well and can be difficult to remove without braking or chipping the glass.

Cold - Blue Painter's tape, glass with a coat of glue, Buildtak surfaces

PLA bonds very firmly to acrylic. Printing directly on an acrylic surface is not recommended.

Print Cooling fan?

Print cooling fans are highly recommended with PLA filament and usually result in a very noticeable improvement in the appearance of the print. Print cooling fans also greatly improve the ability to bridge gaps and print overhanging areas without support when using PLA filaments.

 


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