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PLA Extrafill Traffic Black 2.85MM 2.5Kg 3D Printer Filament


PLA Extrafill Traffic Black 2.85MM 2.5Kg 3D Printer Filament

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Print like a BOSS!  With this 2.5kg spool of Fillamentum Traffic Black.  Due to its size this spool is sent via our Next day courier service (excludes weekends) which is already covered in the price above.

Fillamentum PLA Extrafill is a 3D Printer Filament for the FFF (also known as FDM) 3D printing technology.

The advantage of this material is that it can be used in 3D printers easily, that it allows a high quality of printing even in tricky details and an excellent lamination of the printed object.

PLA filament is made of natural ingredients and is easily biodegradable by composing.

Fillamentum guarantees high precision of filament dimensions within the tolerance of +/- 0,05 mm, which is strictly controlled throughout the production.

Printing filaments reported on the marked under the trademark Fillamentum are produced in a wide varierty of colours in accordance with the colour charts RAL and Pantone, and also in own unique colour ranges. 

Diameter tolerance: +/- 0,10 mm
Working temperature: 190 - 210 °C
Weight: 2.5kg of filament
RAL: 9017
Pantone: P426

· The length of PLA filaments (1.75 mm, 750 g) is 255 m

· The length of PLA filaments (2.85 mm, 750 g) is 97 m

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Filamentum large rill

A great quality filament available in a large roll, ideal to know you have enough filament to complete your prints

Ian Hiscocks | Hampshire | August 2021