Spectrum PLA Magenta

Warp-free PLA in great quality

  • Great quality
  • Warping free
  • High strength filament
  • Easy to work with
  • $26.66 ($2.67 / 100 g)

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Item no.: SPC-80009, Content: 1.000 g

EAN: 5903175657084

  • Great quality
  • Warping free
  • High strength filament
  • Easy to work with

Product information & technical details

Item no.: SPC-80009
Manufacturer No.: 80009
Manufacturers: Spectrum
Content: 1.000 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: PLA Filaments
Filament colour: Pink / Rose
Net weight: 1000 g
Recommended processing temperature: 185-215 ° C
Recommended heating temperature: Not required

Description

PLA is one of the most commonly used 3D printing materials. It is completely biodegradable and therefore environmentally friendly. PLA is useful in a variety of printing applications. It has one major advantage - the lack of smell. PLA is a material that makes it possible to print long-lasting, decorative and solid prints. It's also easy to print and perfect for 3D-printing beginners.

Advantages of Spectrum PLA:

  • Warping free
  • Great durability and stability of the finished model
  • Excellent quality

Packaging

The filament is wound up on a clean, transparent spool. Each spool contains information about the type of material, the diameter and the recommended printing temperature. The filament is vacuum-packed with a desiccant. A user manual is also included in the packaging.

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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.