Overview of

Standard filaments- technical data

Ultrafuse PLA

PLA is Poly-Lactic-Acid, a biodegradable polymer with a low melting point.
It is an easy material to print with and Ultrafuse PLA (previously Innofil3D PLA) gives a smooth printing result.
This most used 3D printing material is available in a wide range of RAL and Ultrafuse colors and translucent variants.

When properly cooled, PLA has a higher maximum printing speed, lower layer heights, and sharper printed corners. Combining this with low warping of the print makes it a popular plastic for makers, prosumers and schools.

Data Sheets of Ultrafuse PLA:

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Light Blue PLA Filament

Ultrafuse ABS

ABS (Acrylonitrile Butadiene Styrene) is the second most used 3D printing material. Ultrafuse ABS (previously Innofil3D ABS) is strong, flexible with high heat resistance. ABS is a preferred plastic for engineers and professional applications.

The material can be smoothened with acetone and sprayed. To make a proper 3D print with ABS you most probably will need a heated print bed.

Data Sheets of Ultrafuse ABS:

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Blue Colored ABS Filament

Ultrafuse PET

Ultrafuse PET (previously Innofil3D EPR InnoPET) is made from a premium, food approved PET (Polyethylene terephthalate). PET is widely used to produce food and beverage containers and bottles.

This high-quality filament will give you outstanding printing results: good layer adhesion, high resolution and easy to handle. It has a natural transparent, smooth look. Ultrafuse PET can be 100% recycled.

Data Sheets of Ultrafuse PET:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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