100% recycled PLA
To meet the challenges of a changing world and the pro-ecological expectations of 3D printing users, we have created Fiberlogy R PLA. This filament is the fruit of our deep reflection and efforts. We focused on creating a product combining high quality, optimization of production processes and minimizing the negative impact on the ecosystem.
R PLA is a bold step on the way to making 3D printing technology more environmentally friendly. In its production, we use 100% recycled PLA. The raw material is carefully selected and derived only from verified sources, which helps to avoid potential filament contamination. The strict control of its acquisition and storage processes guarantees the highest quality of the final product that goes to our clients’ printers.
Like EASY PLA, R PLA shows above-average properties. Minimal shrinkage and very good bonding between layers combined with high product quality – the subject of our constant control – make these filaments friendly even for the less experienced 3D printer users who value ecology.
LIMITED EDITION: The accessibility of filaments depends on objective factors, such as the amount of raw material available on the market. Therefore, the manufacturer cannot guarantee the continued availability of the goods. R PLA filament may contain traces of glitter and vary in the intensity of colouring, which results from the raw material used in a given batch.
- very good adhesion between the print layers
How to print?
The following parameters are only suggested print settings for this material. To ensure the best print quality, it is necessary to choose the appropriate settings for a specific printer and printing conditions.
|Closed chamber||not required|
|Printing Speed||< 100 mm/s|
|Surface||glass, masking tape|
|Retraction (direct)||2-3 mm|
|Retraction (bowden)||4-6 mm|
|Retraction Speed||20-45 mm/s|
|Drying conditions||50°C / 4h|
|Note||Recommended minimum 0,5 mm nozzle|
|DIAMETER||DIAMETER TOL||OVAL TOL||PRINTING TEMP||TABLE TEMP|
|1.75 mm||+/- 0.02 mm||+ 0.01 mm||210-230°C||50-70°C|