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We are very proud to present our first PLA worthy of FilRight Engineering title.
Our engineers have been working very hard on a superb new material that will change the way you view PLA for professional use. FilRight Engineering HDPLA exceeds ABS in impact resistance, strength and heat deflection AND can be printed as easily as our other PLA variants at extremely high speeds.
In other words all the advantages of ABS wrapped into an easy to print, biodegradable PLA filament.
In our tests we have printed at 140mm/sec without significant loss in quality of the parts.
The parts printed with FilRight Engineering HDPLA have a slight matte finish which helps to conceal layer lines.
The impact resistance of FilRight Engineering HDPLA surpasses that of materials as ABS and PETG making it a great material for all applications that require higher impact tolerance.
The incredible strength of our HDPLA filament makes sure all your parts are able to perform under the same conditions as normally would require ABS filament.
Now you can use PLA filament in high temperature environments. Anyone who has left a regular PLA part in a hot car knows how heat deforms it. Our HDPLA has a Heat Deflection Temperature (HDT) of 95°C* making it suitable for a very wide range of applications.
* After annealing. see below for information
To increase the interlayer adhesion of the printed parts even further and with that the strength of the part it is possible to anneal it.
These steps will help you getting the most out of your parts printed with FilRight Engineering HDPLA.
Some tips to get the best out of the annealing proces
|Print temperatur||235°C - 255°C|
|Opvarmet seng krævet||Nej|
|Anbefalet temperatur på seng||30°C - 50°C|
|Byggeplade overflade klæbemiddel||Anbefalet men ikke nødvendig|
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