Formfutura StoneFil™ Terracotta

PLA-based stone filament in Terracotta

£30.00 (£6.00 / 100 g)

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1.75mm

In stock

Delivery on Monday, 31 January: Order before Monday at 10:00.

Features & Advantages

  • Easy to print
  • Contains 50% stone powder
  • Heavier than normal PLA
  • Stone-like surface

Item no.: FF-175STONEFIL-TERRA-0500, Content: 500 g, EAN: 8718924478431

Product information & technical details

Item no.: FF-175STONEFIL-TERRA-0500
Manufacturer No.: 175STONEFIL-TERRA-0500
Manufacturers: Formfutura
Content: 500 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: Stone Filament
Filament colour: Stone / Marble
RAL colour: RAL 2012
Net weight: 500 g
Recommended processing temperature: 190 - 240 °C
Recommended heating temperature: Not required

Description

StoneFil ™ is a PLA-based filament that consists of 50% stone powder.

This high "stone content" gives the filament its exceptional optical properties.
The material is about 37% heavier than normal PLA.

The printed objects have an extremely matte finish.

Every StoneFil ™ printed object has a unique colour profile.

The StoneFil ™ is abrasive due to its high content in stone powder and leads to increased wear on the hot-end.

More information

Formfutura recommended print settings:

  • Nozzle size: ≥ 0.4 mm
  • Flow rate: approx. 110%

Filament length:

  • 500 g / 1.75 mm - about 122 m
  • 500 g / 2.85 mm - about 46 m

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Customer Reviews

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