Green PLA 3D Printer Filament
£21.99 – £26.99 Ex. VAT
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PLA 3D Printer Filament - Green
Recycled origin. Unrivalled quality.
PLA; the staple of desktop 3D printing. Short for polylactic acid, PLA is a bioplastic derived from plant-based sources, meaning it is more environmentally friendly compared to ABS, for example. However, PLA production is depleting natural resources faster that they can be replenished. To address this issue, we have pioneered rPLA 3D printer filament, still boasting the same great PLA features such as; low warping, limited smell and premium print quality – but with the added benefit of being produced from factory waste streams as opposed to virgin pellets. All users of rPLA can feel good about reducing the demand for natural resources and therefore saving the environment, whilst being confident that the print quality will still be one of the best on the market! The go-to filament for all 3D printer owners, perfect consumer products, toys and general prototypes.
Recommended printing temperature: 190-220°C
Recommended heated bed temperature: Can be printed without, but if you have one, we recommend 50-60°C
Storage: Cool and dry conditions, ideally ~20°C
Stuart Dransfield (verified owner) –
As with all the other colours, the green is a vibrant rich colour. uniform throughout in colour consistency diametre and it’s so clean. Other filaments I have used I have had to have a foam filter just before the filament enters the hotend no need with Filamentive clean as a whistle. This has lead to no blockages or partial clogs. In all great value for money Excellent filament.
Adam Boxall (verified owner) –
Such a nice green, really vibrant and makes great bold prints!
SamOfSky (verified owner) –
Great bright colour with consistent thickness. Been using it for some print in place STLs from FAB365 which has proven effective and reliable.
Anonymous (verified owner) –
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