Ultimaker Filament PLA
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Filament of polylactic acid (PLA) is ideal for the consistent, quick and reliable printing of parts and prototypes with a good surface quality. Ultimaker PLA
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Filament of polylactic acid (PLA) is ideal for the consistent, quick and reliable printing of parts and prototypes with a good surface quality. Ultimaker PLA is a versatile choice for the creation of always smooth and detailed prints. In combination with the extensively tested profile settings in Ultimaker's 3D print software, Cura, PLA guarantees detailed quality and reliable print performance.
PLA filament of Ultimaker is made from biological and sustainable raw materials. It is safe and easy to print and is usable for a wide range of applications for both beginners and advanced users. For example doctors use PLA to print 3D models of organs to better explain and visualize to patients their situation. Prints with complex curves, overhangs and geometric characteristics can be easily printed with the PLA filament of Ultimaker.
- Good tensile strength and quality surface
- Easy to work with at high print speeds
- User-friendly for home and office environments
- Printing of high resolution parts is possible
- Ideal for models and prototypes that have aesthetic details
- Excellent for Lost-wax-casting for creating metal parts
- A wide range of colors available
- Prints in dual extrusion with PVA on Ultimaker 3
Ultimaker's PLA filament is delivered on a spool with 1.7 lb (750 gram) thermoplastic material with a thickness of 2.85 mm. The filament is available in a large variety of colors, like:
- PLA Blue (RAL 5002)
- PLA Magenta (RAL 4010)
- PLA Red (RAL 3020)
- PLA Orange (RAL 2008)
- PLA Yellow (RAL 1003)
- PLA Green (RAL 6018)
- PLA Pearl (RAL 1013)
- PLA White (RAL 9010)
- PLA Silver (RAL 9006)
- PLA Black (RAL 9005)
- PLA Transparent
Ultimaker uses for their 3D printers an open filament system. This allows you to also use 3D print materials from other suppliers. However, it is likely that Ultimaker's own filaments will produce the best results.
For more information about PLA and other 3D print materials: 'What 3D filament print materials are there and what are the differences?'