ColorFabb CopperFill 750 gr

ColorFabb
€ 49,95 Incl. tax

3d printing with metal on your own desktop 3d printer! This amazing one of a kind filament will allow you to print with actual copper at home! Straight from the printer parts look almost laser sintered with a matte finish.

In stock (10 pieces)
In stock
Extra info:
Delivery time: 2 - 3 weeks
Article number:
TRICOLFIL1S0486

3d printing with metal on your own desktop 3d printer! This amazing one of a kind filament will allow you to print with actual copper at home! Straight from the printer parts look almost laser sintered with a matte finish.

With a bit of sanding and polishing the copper particles will start to shine and shimmer unlike any 3d printing filament you have seen before. The weight of the material is something special, about 3 times heavier then our regular PLA/PHA.

Now you can make jewelry that won’t feel like cheap lightweight plastic parts.

Adviced 3d printing temperature:

195-220C*

Adviced 3d print speed:

40 - 100 mm/s

Advised Heated bed
(if you have one,
not strictly necessary)
50-60C


All ColorFabb filaments are produced on transparent spools. It looks awesome and at the same time allows you to immediately see how much filament is left on the spool. We’ll seal the spool immediately after production and then seal the cardboard box again just to be save. This will make sure to keep the moisture out so when you unwrap the spool it’ll be super fresh.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

So, why don't you use ordinary PLA?

We do use ordinary PLA, but add PHA for better yield at break. It makes our filament less brittle and tougher. This goes for all our filaments, except the transparent ones (green and violet). These are pure PLA.


And the processing temperature?
It's between 195 and 220 degrees Celsius.

Color: Copper
Weight on the spool: 750gr
Material: Polylactic Acid + copper particles
Transparency: -
Diameter: 1.75 mm / 2,85 mm
Diameter Tolerance: ± 0.05 mm
Ovality Tolerance: -
Density (21.5°C): -
Melting temperature: ~ 195° C to 220° C
Print Temperature Guideline:: ~ 195° C to 220° C
Print Speed: -
Glass transition temperature: ~ 55 ° C
Impact strength: -
Elasticity: -
Yield strength: -
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