Polymaker PolyPlus PLA Grey
Patented filament technology in grey
- Patented Jam-Free ™ Technology
- Extremely high softening temperature
- Broad color range
- Sustainable production
Product information & technical details
|Diameter:||1,75 mm, 2,85 mm|
|Product Line:||PolyPlus PLA|
|Product types:||PLA Filaments|
|Filament colour:||Grey / silver|
|Net weight:||750 g|
|Recommended printing speed:||40 - 90 mm/s|
|Recommended processing temperature:||195 - 230 °C|
|Recommended heating temperature:||Not required|
PolyPlus ™ PLA is a premium PLA specifically developed for all for all FFF / FDM 3D printers.
The filament was produced with the patented Jam Free ™ technology, which allows for virtually error-free printing.
Jam Free ™: The patented Jam Free ™ technology drastically stabilizes the heat resistance of the PLA filaments. This is done using the latest biopolymer technology. As a result, the PolyPlus ™ PLA filament has an extremely high softening temperature of about 140 ° C. This corresponds to about 80 ° C more than other PLA filaments. This greatly reduces the chance of a blockage in the hot end.
Polymaker offers a wide range of bright colors. PolyPlus is also available in transparent colors.
PolyPlus PLA is produced using the latest technologies in advanced polymer processing techniques. It has the most stringent specifications of all PLA filaments on the market. The filaments are to guaranteed top quality by an eight-stage quality control check.
PolyPlus is made exclusively from NatureWorks Ingeo ™ PLA resin. Unlike other PLA filaments on the market, PolyPlus releases no hazardous odors during processing. The PLA that Polymaker uses is certified for food contact. Polymaker also places value on environmentally friendly manufacturing processes.
Glass transition temperature: ~ 60 ° C
Density: 1.17 to 1.24 g / cm3
Polymaker recommends using only products with a durable BuildTak printing film in order to achieve the best results.
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