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Olive Green - 1.75mm Neat Filaments Total PLA - 1 kg Out of stock
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PLA is an abbreviation for Polylactic Acid which is created from processing plants such as beetroot, potatoes, and corn- starch. This is an environmentally friendly 3D printing filament since it is completely bio-degradable.
PLA is thermoplastic which means that it turns soft when heated and can be molded. It naturally occurs as transparent but can be colored to various degrees of opacity. It is recommended to store PLA filaments in a cool dry place as moisture tends to cause discoloration.
PLA is perfect for display objects and general household printing.
PLA will print well on all 3D Printers regardless if your printer has a heated bed or not.
Some may find the smell of PLA sweet as compared to the strong unpleasant smell of ABS filament. It has a glossy finish.
Neat Filament Total PLA Made with Total Corbion PLA
Neat Filaments Total PLA is made from Total Corbion PLA and is the perfect PLA for 3D printing sturdy, and accurate 3D models with ease. The qualities of the Total PLA are due to the Total Corbion resin, which ensures your end product will always be smooth, and aesthetically pleasing to look at. Neat Filaments PLA embodies all the salient qualities of eco-friendly bio-based materials.
Eco-friendly PLA in an Untangled Spool
Total PLA is made from eco-friendly materials including sugar. Total PLA is a highly efficient plastic: to make 1kg of PLA requires just 1.6 kg of sugar. Other types of bioplastics can require significantly more natural resources to produce the same amount of end-product.
|Features||Renewable Resource Content|
|Physical||Nominal Value Unit||Test Method|
|Density||1.20 to 1.30 g/cm³||Internal Method|
|Melt Mass-Flow Rate (MFR) (190°C/2.16 kg)||2.0 to 10 g/10 min||Internal Method|
|Mechanical||Nominal Value Unit||Test Method|
|Tensile Stress (Yield)||> 50.0 MPa||Internal Method|
|Tensile Strain (Break)||> 3.0 %||Internal Method|
|Impact||Nominal Value Unit||Test Method|
|Notched Izod Impact Strength||3.0 to 5.0 kJ/m²||Internal Method|
|Thermal||Nominal Value Unit||Test Method|
|Glass Transition Temperature||60.0 to 63.0 °C||Internal Method|
|Melting Temperature||170 to 180 °C||Internal Method|