3D filaments in diameter 1.75mm for 3D desktop printers are available in different colors. The 3D filaments are very balanced in their properties. PLA filaments are composed partly of corn starch. 3D PLA filaments are very easy to print and due to the composition very environmentally friendly and therefore biodegradable. ABS filaments are made from petroleum products and therefore unpleasant odors can arise in processing the information. In addition, you need heated print bed (heatet bed). So each 3dFilament has its peculiarities that you should consider when using. Exact instructions and settings, see the selected 3D filament.
With us you will find the greatest choice of Switzerland to standard PLA and ABS filaments. Just as many specialties as HIPPS, PETT, PVA, nylon, carbon, Condcuctive, Stainless Steel, Magnetic and other exotic filaments.
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3D Filament 1.75 mm
PLA Filament Best Value 1.75mm orange 1kg
These selected filament line has been specially designed for the “every day use”.
A limited choice of colors and the simple packaging allow us to offer this filament line to an exceptional price.
Low transport costs due to production in Europe. This also helps us to calculate the price to your advantage.
Excellent print quality without compromising the manufacturing process, guarantees convincing print results with our Best Value filament.
Compatible with all standard 3D printers with FDM technologie.
For high demanding printing, we recommend our ProFill™ filament line.
Polylactic acid is a biodegradable plastic from renewable, natural resources and has thus become the most popular material for 3D printing.
Heated bed temperatur
Due to the low warp effect not absolutely necessary. Recommended about 35 – 55 ° C
reel hight: 65mm
Hub hole diameter: 53mm
Cool and dry (15-25˚C) and away from UV light. This enhances the shelf life significantly.
Each desktop 3D printer has its own unique characteristics, you might need to tweak around with your temperature settings a bit to obtain the best results. To obtain optimal results for your prints you need to take into account variables like your 3D printer’s nozzle diameter, your printing speed settings, and layer height.