Fillamentum ASA Extrafill Traffic Red

Ideal filament for prototyping in the shade traffic red

  • Weatherproof
  • High stiffness
  • High-quality optics
  • £24.30 (£3.24 / 100 g)

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Colour :
  • Fillamentum ASA Extrafill Traffic White
  • Fillamentum ASA Extrafill Natural
  • Fillamentum ASA Extrafill Traffic Yellow
  • Fillamentum ASA Extrafill Traffic Red
  • Fillamentum ASA Extrafill Sky Blue
  • Fillamentum ASA Extrafill Green Grass
  • Fillamentum ASA Extrafill - White Aluminum
  • Fillamentum ASA Extrafill Metallic Grey
  • Fillamentum ASA Extrafill - Grey Blue
  • Fillamentum ASA Extrafill - Anthracite Grey
  • Fillamentum ASA Extrafill Traffic Black
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Item no.: FTM-00128, Content: 750 g

EAN: 8595632825067

  • Weatherproof
  • High stiffness
  • High-quality optics

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FTM-00128
Manufacturer No.: 00128
Manufacturers: Fillamentum
Content: 750 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: ASA Filaments
Filament colour: Red
RAL colour: RAL 3020
Net weight: 750 g
Recommended processing temperature: 250 - 255 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 80 - 100 °C

Description

The Filamentum ASA Extrafill filament is ideal for the production of prototypes, production tools or even everyday objects.

The advantage of this material is its excellent weather resistance and the retention of the physical properties.

ASA has a higher stiffness than ABS and is therefore a material for demanding applications.

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