3DJAKE ecoPLA Satin Silver

Allround PLA filament for an unbeatable price in satin silver

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  • Made in the EU
  • High-quality filament
  • Easy to print
  • Minimal warping
  • No heating bed necessary

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3DJAKE ecoPLA - Silver
3DJAKE ecoPLA - Dark Grey
3DJAKE ecoPLA - Light Grey

Product information & technical details

Manufacturers: 3DJAKE
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product Line: ecoPLA
Product types: PLA Filaments
Filament colour: Grey / silver
Net weight: 250 g, 1000 g
Recommended processing temperature: 205 - 225 ° C
Recommended heating temperature: 0 - 60 °C
Filament Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm

Description

The ecoPLA has been slightly modified to make it perfect for 3D printing applications.
PLA (polylactic acid) is a non-toxic biodegradable 3D printing material.

3DJake ecoPLA is the cheap & high-quality alternative for many printers.

PLA is one of the most popular 3D printing materials due to its features and good printability.

The properties of the ecoPLA from 3DJake:

  • Minimal shrinkage
  • Less warping
  • Good diameter and roundness tolerances
  • No unpleasant odours
  • Easy to print
  • Tougher & less brittle than conventional PLA filament

3DJake ecoPLA filament can be used with almost any FDM 3D printer.

More information

We recommend keeping the filaments cool (15-25 ° C) and dry.

Each spool is sealed. The products, as well as the packaging, are manufactured in Europe.

Dimensions of the spools
Content Width Outer diameter Inner diameter Weight (empty)
250 g 44 mm 140 mm 51 mm 108 g
1000g 75 mm 200 mm 52 mm 240 g
2300g 103 mm 300 mm 51.5 mm 605 g
4000g 110 mm 350 mm 51.5 mm 870 g
8000g 182 mm 355 mm 36 mm 1045 g

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The first industrial 3D printer was first manufactured in the 80s when the first CAD programmes first appeared on the market.