Guess who’s has PLA for sale, that’s right, Airwolf 3D. We are now offering eco friendly PLA in your choice of 11 great colors.
The key to successful 3D prints is good quality material, and with Airwolf 3D’s new line of Platinum PLA filament, high quality is no exception. PLA is one of the most commonly used materials in 3D printing today. It is biodegradable, easy to use, and provides great surface finish and print quality. Good quality materials are key to successful printing. The Platinum Series PLA for sale has been thoroughly tested by Airwolf 3D engineers and is ready to bring your creations to life on your Airwolf 3D printer.
What is PLA?
Polylactic acid is a thermoplastic aliphatic polyester derived from renewable resources, such as corn starch, tapioca roots, chips or starch, or sugarcane.(source: Wikipedia)
PLA is generally considered to be bio-degradable and has a pleasant odor. However, PLA is susceptible to temperature and therefore would not be ideal for a high temperature environment such as in contact with an extruder.
Traditional PLA like that shown at left can be printed without fans on an Airwolf printer. With fans, the surface quality can be significantly improved. Use 210-220C for the extrusion temp and 60-70C for the bed as well as blue painter’s tape.
PLA is a great material to print with in home as there are no harmful chemicals or vapors. You can now make household objects that are truly 100% recyclable and environmentally friendly. PLA is also great for printing very large parts, minimal shrink means no splitting on those long extra tall prints. All around, PLA is a great material to add to your 3D printing arsenal. You can find PLA for sale here.
To get your hands on some genuine Airwolf 3D PLA for sale, come visit us at our So-Cal location or check it out online at airwolf3d.com
Did you know that Airwolf 3D printers can print with a multitude of materials? Currently we can 3D print with at least 20 different materials. New materials are appearing on the market often. Here is a sampling of some of the 3D printer materials successfully tested.