HD PLA

DOUBLE YOUR ADVANTAGES

With our HD PLA you have many more options. You can use this material in two ways. Choose the one you like best. You can use it as a normal PLA and get prints characterized by a very good adhesion between the layers and high precision. You can also make your prints acquire similar properties to that of ABS – better impact resistance and high temperature resistance. All you need is an oven. Yes, an oven! By annealing our HD PLA in an oven, in accordance with the manual, you will avoid all the inconveniences of printing with ABS, such as unpleasant odour or hazardous fumes.

But these are not all the advantages of HD PLA. For the production of this material we have chosen raw materials that are approved for food contact in compliance with the EU directive and FDA regulations. HD PLA is also certified by RoHS.

APPLICATION:

  • TOYS OR THEIR ELEMENTS: human figures, animals, constructions, houses, vehicles, dice
  • GADGETS OR THEIR ELEMENTS: key rings, stands, phone cases
  • PROTOTYPES: tools, concept models
  • ELEMENTS OF JEWELLERY: earrings, bracelets, beads, necklaces
  • SPARE PARTS: elements of machines, equipment, vehicles, electronic equipment
  • TOOLS: complex elements requiring durability
  • HOUSE EQUIPMENT: bowls, trays, boxes
HD PLA
Diameter Net weight Colors
1.75 mm 0.85kg (spools of 2.5kg, 4kg available on request)
2.85 mm 0.85kg (spools of 2.5kg, 4kg available on request)

Properties:

  • biodegradability
  • slightly glossy surface
  • possibility of annealing the print in an oven and achieving properties similar to those of ABS
  • after annealing – increased impact resistance and high temperature resistance

How to print?

  • print temperature: 200-220°C
  • bed temperature: 50-70°C (when using plates or other means to increase the adhesion, the heating of the bed is not required)
  • heating of the print should be conducted in accordance with the manual provided by Fiberlogy
Diameter Diameter tol Oval tol Printing temp Table temp
1.75 mm +/- 0.02 mm + 0.01 mm 200-220°C 50-70°C
2.85 mm +/- 0.02 mm + 0.01 mm 200-220°C 50-70°C
Fourth dimension
of printing