Eryone Silk PLA Blue

PLA filament for silky shiny 3D prints

  • Glossy
  • Silky smooth
  • High quality
  • Minimal warping
  • Easy to print
  • $33.58 ($3.36 / 100 g)

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Item no.: ERY-SPLA-BLUE-175-1000, Content: 1.000 g

  • Glossy
  • Silky smooth
  • High quality
  • Minimal warping
  • Easy to print

Product information & technical details

Item no.: ERY-SPLA-BLUE-175-1000
Manufacturer No.: SPLA-BLUE-175-1000
Manufacturers: Eryone
Content: 1.000 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm
Product types: PLA Filaments
Filament colour: Blue
Net weight: 1000 g
Recommended printing speed: 30 - 60 mm/s
Recommended processing temperature: 190 - 220 °C
Diameter related tolerance : ± 0,05 mm

Description

Realise your ideas with a breathtaking sheen!

Eryone Silk PLA filament produces impressive results due to the unique silky appearance and the material is thus perfect for artworks that stand out from the crowd.

The Silk PLA Filament by Eryone is made of a non-toxic and 100% organic material from the USA. The filament is mainly made from corn starch and is therefore completely biodegradable.

Eryone Silk PLA filaments are high-quality 3D printed materials due to their properties:

  • Minimal warping
  • Minimum diameter & rounding tolerances
  • Easy to print
  • Environmentally friendly
  • No clogging
  • Extremely high success rate in printing
  • Silky-smooth surface

Eryone Silk PLA products can be used with almost all FDM 3D printers and 3D pens.

Eryone Silk PLA Filaments are shipped in sealed vacuum packaging with a desiccant bag to ensure they arrive dry and dust-free!

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