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Silver - 1.75mm Standard PLA Filament - 1 kg In stock
Standard PLA (Made from HiSun Revode 190 Plastic)
Standard Polylactic Acid (PLA) is a quality filament that can be used for your 3D printing applications with ease. Unlike other PLA brands, Standard PLA is made from biodegradable materials which are great for the environment. This PLA is also compatible with every FDM 3D printer brand.
Standard PLA is created from Revode 190 which means it imbibes the base attributes of this Revode plastic. Revode 190 plastic is made from natural eco-friendly materials such as tapioca and corn. As a biodegradable PLA, your 3D prints made from standard PLA will totally degrade after 2 years if improperly discarded into the sea or other environments.
Revode 190 is a thermoplastic resin derived from natural renewable sources. These sources include plants such as corn and tapioca. This makes Standard PLA the eco-friendly filament your 3D printing projects deserve.
Value PLA Features
- Material: Revode 190 Plastic
- Diameter: 1.75mm
- Spool Diameter: 200mm
- Colour: Multiple Colours available
- Net Weight: 1kg (2.2lb)
- Recommended Printing Temperature: 180 – 230 degree centigrade
- Recommended Bed Temperature: 0 – 70 degrees centigrade
- Recommended Print Speed: 40 – 100 mm/s
Price Match Policy
3DPC offers the most affordable prices for its Standard PLA. But if you can find options cheaper than ours, bring it to our notice. Our price match policy means that we match the best prices anywhere in Canada. Terms and Conditions apply.
|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|