Patrick Prints PLA Filament
This grade exhibits faster crystallization rates and is able to develop improved heat-resistance in 3D printed parts. This low color resin grade demonstrates the best performance in formulated systems designed to enhance toughness or heat resistance. Monofilaments made with Ingeo 3D850 have excellent 3D printing characteristics such as precise detail, good adhesion to build plates, less warping or curling, and low odor.
Designed to be able to print fast >120mm/s so you can save on production time.
Very high heat resistance (95°C+) after annealing. Excellent mechanical properties combined with a matte surface finish that helps concealing the printed layers for optimum appearance.
Engineered for high print speeds >120mm/s which means that you cut down on your production time. High Heat Resistance 95°C+ (after annealing) - perfect for demanding applications. Easy to print with and extremely low shrinkage, dimensional accuracy, combined with excellent mechanical properties Nice matte surface finish that helps concealing the printed layers for optimum appearance. Silk PLA also available for a glossier finish!
Print fast with Patrick Prints Filaments! Especially designed for printing fast >120mm/s.
Increased printing speed means that you can cut down on you printing time and save valuable hours.
Higher print temperature also means that our PLA withstands more heat after your print is ready. Even more so if you post process your print by annealing it.
Annealing your print (Bake it!)
Make your print even better! To get even better strength and higher heat resistance you can anneal your print. This procedure means that you heat the printed part in your oven, preferably on a piece of aluminum sheet. Pre-heat the oven to 110°C and hereafter bake the parts for 30 - 60 min. Turn of the oven and let it cool down to normal room temperature with the prints still in it. Take out your improved prints afterwards. Normally filament shrinks (3 – 5%) during this process but with our formula we are down to about 0,27%.
Easy to print
As easy as ordinary PLA to print with. If you have a heated bed we recommend you set it to 60°C. Sticks well to most print beds but as always some adhesive or special build plate is always good - We recommend Magigoo. When printing fast you need to use a higher temperature (120mm/s 230°C) and when you go to lower speeds, a lower temperature is sufficient (around 50mms/s 215°C)
- 3D Printing Temp. 190-240°C
- Annealing Temp. 80-130°C
- Print Bed Temp.: None needed. (or 50-70°C if applicable)