Zortrax Z PLA Pro filament for M300 1.75MM 2KG
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Buy Z PLA PRO and 3D print fine and detailed components with matte and smooth surfaces easily and affordably on your Zortrax 3D printer. You can process this filament on your Zortrax M200, M200 Plus and M300. The material is non toxic, environmentally friendly, recyclable and very easy to process. With this filament you can also make large components and models, as it has little tendency to warp. Z PLA PRO and can be processed at low temperatures.
With this eco friendly and recyclable material for your Zortrax 3D printer, you can easily and warp free 3D print large models and prototypes. This is especially advantageous in architecture, mechanical engineering and medicine, where large and detailed models are often required. Let your ideas become real in a simple and cost effective way now.
With Z PRO PLA filament, you can 3D print easily and pleasantly. This material reduces warping and material distortion to a minimum, which is why you can easily generative manufacture large prototypes, models and components.
If PLA is so easy to process, why should I still 3D print with other filaments? Quite simple. PLA has the disadvantage that it is not very temperature and chemical resistant. You'd better use a different plastic for these requirements.
Shore Hardness (D)
Buy Z PLA PRO filament and 3D print fine and detailed parts with matte and smooth surfaces easily on your Zortrax M Series 3D printer.
|Filament Typ||PLA PRO|
|Recomended Printing Temp Max||210 ºC|
|Recomended Printbed Temperature Max||30 ºC|
|Specific gravity||1,426 g/cm3 ISO 1183-3:2003|
|Tensile strength||28,78 MPa ISO 527:1998|
|Elongation at yield||2,55 % ISO 527:1998|
|Elongation at break||4,05 % ISO 527:1998|
|Flexural Strenght||58,6 % ISO 178:2011|
|Flexural Modulus||1830 ISO 178:2011|
|Impact Strength||2,58 KJ/m2 ISO 180:2004|
|Shore D Hardness||77,6 D ISO 868:1998|