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Filament composed by a modified Polylactid Acid, allows to print perfect objects with a better-refined surface ifcompared to standard PLA.It’s printable with a temperature around 200°C and up to 400 mm/s: this is possible thanks to its particular viscosityand its high cooling rate. Heated bed is not necessary.
Pearl is a high gloss PLA and polyester blended filament designed to produce high quality models with a silky pearl finish. Due to the added polyester, it is much less brittle than PLA. Pearl also maintains several of PLA's unique and desirable printing qualities such as low odor, high detail and low warpage ...
ABS Pro has been designed to print easier than normal ABS. With zero warp technology, it has reduced cracking, enhanced layer adhesion, and excellent print bed adhesion. Our normal ABS has an impact strength of 3.4kJ/m2, ABS Pro is closer to 58, which makes it one of our most impact tolerant materials, just slightly behind PolyC (Polycarbonate). It is also just as much a good looking material. The chemical composition of ABS means the surface of a 3D printed object can be treated with acetone to make a glossy, smooth, layer-less finish.
ABS Pro also requires a lower minimum bed temperature (50 °C compared to ABS’ 80 °C).
Polypropylene (PP) 3D printer filament is a material that offers some flexibility, excellent flexural strength and chemistry making it ideal for a large number of industrial applications. It is also the plastic material with lower density which makes it ideal for reducing weight in parts and components.
Polylactide, also known as Polylactic Acid, is a thermoplastic synthesized from organic sugars. PLA has become the most common material for 3D printing filaments due to its eco-friendliness and ease of use. PLA maintains several desirable properties for 3D printing such as a low melting temperature and glass transition temperature. As a result, PLA offers a high level of detail and exceptional print quality.