Filaments

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PLA & PLA+ | ABS & ABS+ | PETG

PLA

Polylactic Acid

PLA is a popular choice for amateurs and professionals alike. It’s a special type of thermoplastic made from organic materials, namely cornstarch and sugarcane. PLA is biodegradable and doesn't produce a pungent odor when it’s processing. The material is tough, has a good gloss, higher transparency and strong assault resistance. PLA objects are shiny and beautiful.


Print temperature230~250°C
Base temperature80°C or no warming
Feeding speed30~80 mm/s
Idling speed90~150 mm/s
Specification1.75 mm (Accuracy:1.7-1.8 mm)

PLA+

Polylactic Acid +

PLA+ is a variation of PLA with an added material (typically, TPU) resulting in a filament that is less brittle, has a smoother surface finish, and is less likely to absorb moisture. PLA+ will have the feel and functionality of ABS without the smell. PLA+ responds very well to blue painter’s tape and a glue stick to hold properly and not peel up when printing.


Print temperature205~225°C
Base temperature0/65°C
Feeding speed30~90 mm/s
Idling speed90~150 mm/s
Specification1.75 mm (Accuracy:1.7-1.8 mm)

ABS

Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene

A cost-effective, durable and lightweight thermoplastic. ABS is a favoured material among professional 3D printers and armatures. The drawbacks of working with this material are that it’s petroleum-based, making it a non-biodegradable material, needs a high temperature to reach its melting point and creates unpleasant fumes, most notable in poorly ventilated spaces.


Print temperature220~260°C
Base temperature90~110°C
Feeding speed30~100 mm/s
Idling speed90~150 mm/s
Specification1.75 mm (Accuracy:1.7-1.8 mm)

ABS+

Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene +

ABS can be a tricky material to work with, in many cases it tends to warp and crack. ABS+ is marketed as being ‘low-warp’ and a lot easier to use. Good melt mobility enables a smooth print while the product offers high toughness, hardness and rigidity, and good scratch resistance. ABS+ is more suitable for printing objects with large corners and can be easily dyed or coloured.


Print temperature220~230°C
Base temperature100~110°C
Feeding speed30~90 mm/s
Idling speed90~150 mm/s
Specification1.75 mm

PETG

PolyEthylene Terephthalate Glycol-modified

PET is a relatively common plastic used in everyday plastic bottles. A more advanced version of PET is a filament called PETG. The ‘G’ in PETG stands for “glycol-modified”, and the result is a filament which is clearer, less brittle, and most importantly, easier to use than its base form. For this reason, PETG is often considered a good middle ground between ABS and PLA.


Print temperature230~250°C
Base temperature80°C or no warming
Feeding speed30~80 mm/s
Idling speed90~150 mm/s
Specification1.75mm (Accuracy:1.7-1.8mm)

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