Polymaker PolyTerra PLA Rose

Filament with reduced plastic content

£18.19

(£1.82 / 100 g, Price shown includes 20% VAT. - Excludes delivery costs)

Model type : 1.75mm / 1000g

Delivery by Monday, 30 May if you order by Monday at 10:00.

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Features & Advantages

  • More environmentally friendly
  • Easy processing
  • Good rigidity
  • Good mechanical properties

Item no.: PM-70905, Content: 1.000 g, EAN: 6938936709053

Product information & technical details

Item no.: PM-70905
Manufacturer No.: 70905
Manufacturers: Polymaker
Content: 1.000 g
Diameter: 1,75 mm, 2,85 mm
Product types: PLA Filaments
Filament colour: Pink / Rose
Net weight: 1000 g
Recommended processing temperature: 190 - 230 °C
Recommended heating temperature: 25 - 60 °C

Description

Reduced plastic content

PolyTerra PLA is a bioplastic 3D printing filament in which organic materials have been combined with PLA to reduce the plastic content and develop a more environmentally friendly filament.

Easy processing

PolyTerra prints just like PLA, so no print settings need to be changed and the overhang and bridging functions can even outperform PLA. With a wide printing temperature range from 190 to 230 ° C, PolyTerra can be processed on any extrusion-based 3D printer.

Numerous possible uses

The mechanical properties of PolyTerra offer a wide range of possible applications as the material is tougher than normal PLA and yet retains good rigidity. Both figures and fixtures can be printed with excellent results.

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