Gearlab PLA 3D filament Red 1kg

Gearlab PLA 3D filament Red 1kg

MPN GLB251013

EAN / UPC 5706998849724

Print in 3D and create prototypes, spare parts, quick and on-demand production, etc. in any shape or geometry.



Gearlab 3D Filaments come in different plastic materials and with varying properties. PLA polylactic acid is a biodegradable polymer derived from non-GMO corn starch. This means that an item made of PLA will slowly start to decompose when exposed to moisture, and if dropped in the sea it will dissolve completely after six months to two years. Compare this to conventional...

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  • Pantone 485

  • Smoke- and odour-free printing

  • Enhanced post-print workability

  • Easy to print filament with stable printing size and low material shrinkage

  • Environmentally friendly, bio-degradable polymer

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MPN
produktové číslo
GLB251213
W126146174

Specifikace

Features

Brand compatibility

Universal

Diameter tolerance

0,05 mm

Elongation at break

3 %

Flexural modulus

2300 MPa

Flexural strength

60 MPa

Glass transition temperature (min)

125 °C

Impact strength

3 kJ/m²

Non-toxic

Y

Print speed

90 mm/sec

Print temperature guideline

220 °C

Printing colours

Red

Printing material

Polylactic acid (PLA)

Tensile strength

500 kPa

Package dimensions

Depth

21 cm

Gross Weight

1,306 kg

Height

7,6 cm

Width

21,3 cm

Packaging data

Quantity per pack

1 pc(s)

Product dimensions

Net Weight (Product, kg)

1,206 kg

Vendor information

Brand Name

Warranty

1 Rok (y)

Weight & dimensions

Diameter

1,75 mm

Thickness

1,75 mm

Wire length

3400 cm

Popis

PLA 3D filament Red 1kg

Print in 3D and create prototypes, spare parts, quick and on-demand production, etc. in any shape or geometry.



Gearlab 3D Filaments come in different plastic materials and with varying properties. PLA polylactic acid is a biodegradable polymer derived from non-GMO corn starch. This means that an item made of PLA will slowly start to decompose when exposed to moisture, and if dropped in the sea it will dissolve completely after six months to two years. Compare this to conventional plastics where degradation will take 500-1,000 years.



Although PLA will degrade in an exposed natural environment, it is important to point out that it is very robust when printed and used in any normal application.



With PLA it is easy to print big parts due to its thermal stability. It is stiff, hard, but also more brittle than some other compounds. This means that it may not be the best choice of material if the printed item will be exposed to repeated heavy bumps or sharp impacts.

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