Fiberlogy FiberSatin Blue

Semi-matt filament with a unique texture in blue

  • Subtle shine
  • Semi-matte finish
  • Rough texture
  • Easy to use
  • £27.95 (£3.29 / 100 g)

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  • Fiberlogy FiberSatin Green
  • Fiberlogy FiberSatin Blue
  • Fiberlogy FiberSatin Black

Model type : 1.75 mm

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Item no.: FL-SATIN-BLUE-175-085, Content: 850 g

EAN: 5902560996944

  • Subtle shine
  • Semi-matte finish
  • Rough texture
  • Easy to use

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FL-SATIN-BLUE-175-085
Manufacturer No.: SATIN-BLUE-175-085
Manufacturers: Fiberlogy
Content: 850 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm
Product types: PLA Filaments
Filament colour: Blue
Net weight: 850 g
Recommended processing temperature: 200-230 ° C
Recommended heating temperature: 50 °C


Fiberlogy FiberSatin is perfect for printing aesthetic models for decorative purposes, functional models and model making applications.

The semi-matt silk finish of the FiberSatin filaments ensures an exceptional print result with an even print surface with no visible layers.

In addition to the elegant visual properties, the printing material is also characterised by its unique, rough texture, which reminds of carbon when touched.

Despite its exceptional properties, FiberSatin is just as easy to process as conventional PLA.

Applications of FiberSatin

  • Decoration: decorative elements, furnishing elements, figurines
  • Objects: toys, boxes, holders, jewellery stands
  • Hobby: functional models, cosplay, model making

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