HD PLA filament blue Fiberlogy 2.85 mm 850 g

HD PLA filament blue Fiberlogy 2.85 mm 850 g

HDPLA Fiberlogy is a special material that can be used in many ways as a replacement for ABS, but at a much easier printing. HDPLA from Fiberlogy material is resistant to shocks and high temperatures, like ABS, but is printed as conventional PLA.

$37.73 incl. VAT

Availability: 1-7 days

Producer: Fiberlogy

ssary for special types of washers or the use of means of increasing adhesion substrate, such as adhesive tape and the Kapton 3Dlac et al.)
diameter tolerance: +/- 0.02 mm
roundness tolerance: + 0.01 mm

HD PLA fiberlogy - Instructions annealing < / a>

first Print out your project.

• printing temperature: 200 DEG - 220 DEG C

• substrate temperature: 50 ° - 70 ° C

(heating pad is not necessary when using washers, strips or glue which enhances adhesion)

2. Before annealing Allow to cool after printing model (s supports a raft).

3. Copy should be placed in the middle chamber (oven), equally distant from the heating elements inside.

4. it gradually heated to a temperature of about 80C.

5. Žíhejte (bake) for about 15 minutes at 80C.

NB The temperature in the chamber (oven) must be accurately maintained. We recommend that you watch the temperature using a suitable digital thermometer inside the oven. The printout is needed during the heating process to guard. In the case of solid prints can gradually raise the temperature to 120 ° C or extend the time of annealing.

6. Upon completion of the annealing and remove the copy of the washer, which was placed in the chamber, and do not touch it until it has cooled (room temperature).

7. Remove the support and raft.

8. You can use the finished product, which received a similar mechanical strength and heat resistance of ABS to 140 ° C. The model at such a high temperature, it may soften but runny and keeps its shape.

Important!

is not recommended to first annealing products with thin walls and geometries with breadth expansion without support.

2. Check if the temperature in the oven corresponding to the actual temperature.

3. During the annealing process, there is less shrinkage of the product. Unfortunately, he can not be prevented. In our experience, it is about 1 mm to 10 cm. It is a kind of reconstruction of the internal structure of the material (change of crystalline structure, as it happens e.g. in steel during curing). The degree of shrinkage depends on the filling. The greater the filler, the smaller should be the shrinkage.

The subsequent grinding or otherwise modifying the model, you can achieve accuracy or offset the shrinkage model and print more.

4. Test procedure on a test printout before annealing of the final product.

Color: blue
Weight: 0,85 kg
Average: 2,85 mm - 3 mm
Diameter: ± 0,02 mm
Bed temperature: 0 - 60° C
Nozzle temperature: 190 - 220° C

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