PLA ECONOMY WHITE
PLA ECONOMY WHITE
|PLA ECONOMY WHITE 1.75 / 2200||0|
|PLA ECONOMY WHITE 2.85 / 2200||46|
|PLA ECONOMY WHITE 1.75 / 4500||0|
|PLA ECONOMY WHITE 2.85 / 4500||3|
|PLA ECONOMY WHITE 1.75 / 8000||1|
|PLA ECONOMY WHITE 2.85 / 8000||4|
Availability: In stock
- Excellent quality/price ratio
I used this material intensively and I'm quite happy about it. It's cheap and the quality is good. I use the white PLA a lot for visual prototypes. If you try to sand PLA in a color that is not white, it always whitens the sanded area so the color of the part is not uniform. If you sand white PLA, it stays perfectly white and spotless. (Posted on 5/16/2017)
- Good but not without a sin
I have printed a 54 hour long architectural print with this filament and though it is dimensionally more accurate than some cheaper ones I have recently used but:
a) in approximately 1/4 of the spool there was a rather long segment of filament which was much thicker and resulted in visually thicker print for approximately 20 layers.
b) the bobbin is winded so that the unwinding filament is overlapped by the next circle of filament and if not helped by hand it would be too hard for the extruder and would ruin the printing layer. This was especially the problem in the beginning when I have started printing from this bobbin.
Such mistakes can not be afforded by a good brand... (Posted on 3/25/2017)
At colorFabb we have a well-equipped 3d printing studio with many popular 3d printers. Our grade of Economy PLA has been tested using various 3D printers, which has resulted in the following recommended settings.
Adviced 3d printing temperature:
Adviced 3d print speed:
40 - 100 mm/s
Advised Heated bed (if you have one, not strictly necessary):
100% fan cooling for best aesthetics, this gives best performance on overhangs and small details. For best mechanical performance try printing with the least amount of cooling needed, for optimal layer adhesion.
For some materials we have a made learn.colorfabb.com article.
Colorfabb PLA Economy
± 0.1 mm
Glass Transition Temperature:
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