Extrudr BioFusion Deep Purple

BIO filament for a great look in purple

£22.69

(£2.84 / 100 g, Price shown includes 20% VAT. - Excludes delivery costs)

Diameter: 1.75 mm

Delivery by Monday, 30 May if you order by Monday at 10:00.

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  • from 2 only £21.56 / pc -5%

Features & Advantages

  • Unique metallic look
  • Temperature resistant up to 75 ° C
  • Low warping

Item no.: EX-9010241466214, Content: 800 g, EAN: 9010241466214

Product information & technical details

Item no.: EX-9010241466214
Manufacturer No.: 9010241466214
Manufacturers: Extrudr
Content: 800 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: Organically Composed Filaments , PLA Filaments
Net weight: 800 g
Recommended processing temperature: 210 - 220 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 20 - 60 °C

Description

Extrudr BioFusion is a new generation of materials, specially developed for designers and makers who want their printed parts to look particularly shiny. The temperature resistance of the material is up to 75 ° C. BioFusion is very easy to print and does not require a heated bed or closed installation space. Exceptional results can be achieved even with little 3D printing experience.

  • Unique metallic look
  • Temperature resistant up to 75 ° C
  • Low warping
  • Good layer and bed adhesion
  • Made in Austria

More information

Print settings recommended by the manufacturer:

  • Print speed: 25 mm / s
  • Material fan: max 30%
  • Min. Wall thickness 3 layers

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