AddNorth E-PLA Glow in the Dark

Very easy to process PLA filament in a wide range of colours

  • Easy to print
  • Low processing temperature
  • Wide range of colours
  • £24.60 (£3.28 / 100 g)

Price shown includes 20% VAT. Excludes delivery costs

Dispatch on 02.11.2021

Colour :
  • AddNorth E-PLA White
  • AddNorth E-PLA Cold White
  • AddNorth E-PLA Natural
  • AddNorth E-PLA Yellow
  • AddNorth E-PLA Gold
  • AddNorth E-PLA Lucent Orange
  • AddNorth E-PLA Red
  • AddNorth E-PLA Lucent Pink
  • AddNorth E-PLA Glitz Purple
  • AddNorth E-PLA Medium Blue
  • AddNorth E-PLA Glitz Sapphire
  • AddNorth E-PLA Aurora Green
  • AddNorth E-PLA Green
  • AddNorth E-PLA Marble
  • AddNorth E-PLA Light Grey
  • AddNorth E-PLA Silver
  • AddNorth E-PLA Glitz Grey
  • AddNorth E-PLA Glitz Stardust
  • AddNorth E-PLA Black
  • AddNorth E-PLA Glow in the Dark
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Item no.: AN-ANEP27GDG, Content: 750 g

EAN: 7340182900402

  • Easy to print
  • Low processing temperature
  • Wide range of colours

Product information & technical details

Item no.: AN-ANEP27GDG
Manufacturer No.: ANEP27GDG
Manufacturers: AddNorth
Content: 750 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: PLA Filaments
Filament colour: Glow-in-the-Dark
Net weight: 750 g
Recommended processing temperature: 195 - 225 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 0 - 60 °C

Description

E-PLA (short for Easy PLA) consists of the biodegradable bioplastic PLA and is an easy-to-use material from AddNorth with the largest selection of colours.

The low printing temperature makes the filament low-friction and preserves the fine properties of the polymer.

A very inexpensive filament without compromising on quality!

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