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PLA
PLA is one of the most popular materials used in 3D printing. It is the default filament of choice for most extrusion-based 3D printers because it can be printed at a low temperature and does not require a heated bed.
PLA

Overview

Colors
Characteristics
Details
40%
Strength
40%
Flexibility
60%
Feature
PLA is the most popular 3D printer plastic for FDM technology and can be easily sanded
painted or post-processed in a different fashion. This plastic enables working on relatively low extruder temperatures and appears to be “user-friendly”. Compared to some other filaments
there is no crucial need for a heated bed
reinforced nozzle or printer chamber to work with it. With great details transfer and attractive surface finish
it serves many generic applications of
PLA filament behaves much better than tougher plastics and usually doesn’t have a bad smell or fumes. The storage of such a material is comparatively low-key as well. On top of all that
polylactic acid is produced in a big variety of colors and used as a base material for many composites with over-the-top properties.
Key Data
Maximum sizeDefault Layer HeightOptional Layer HeightToleranceHeat Endurance
610x500x500mm0.2mm0.1, 0.15, 0.2, 0.25, 0.3mm0.2%*L60-70
Properties
DecorativeLight WeightLow costPrototypingPopularVisual
Suitables
Can be solvent welded using dichloromethane
Environmentally friendly
Can be used for food containers
Easy to 3D print with
Wide range of color and composite options
Not suitables
Machine processing is difficult
Low heat resistance
Relatively low strength