Formfutura HDglass™ Blinded Black

Modified, high gloss PETG

  • 100% opaque
  • Elegant optics
  • Modified PETG
  • High strength
  • FDA approved
  • £31.40 (£4.19 / 100 g)

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Item no.: FF-285HDGLA-BLBLCK-0750, Content: 750 g

EAN: 8718924473245

  • 100% opaque
  • Elegant optics
  • Modified PETG
  • High strength
  • FDA approved

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FF-285HDGLA-BLBLCK-0750
Manufacturer No.: 285HDGLA-BLBLCK-0750
Manufacturers: Formfutura
Content: 750 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product Line: HDglass™
Product types: PET / Copolyester Filaments
Property: Food Safe
Filament colour: Black
RAL colour: RAL 9017
Net weight: 750 g
Recommended processing temperature: 220 - 260 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 60 - 80 °C
Diameter related tolerance : ± 0,05 mm

Description

The HDglass™ by Formfutura gives your components an elegant look.
The filament is composed of modified PETG whereby stability, durability and temperature resistance have been improved.

The filament is free from bisphenol A, which causes unpleasant odours. It is also RoHS certified, and REACH conform as well as FDA approved. (Food safe)

A heating board is not necessarily required. It is advised to use Blue Tape, a printing surface or sheet.

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