The sun is shining, the weather is sweet. All thanks to ICE Filaments' ‘Fluo Young Yellow’ PLA, that gives your prints that shining smooth glow, especially under a blacklight.
ICE Filaments' ‘Fluo Young Yellow’ PLA is a strong, user friendly high quality filament that is harder and less fragile than other PLA’s. ‘Fluo Young Yellow’ PLA is easily printable at low temperature. One of the biggest advantages is that ICE Filaments' PLA has low warping.
PLA, Poly Lactic Acid, is a biodegradable kind of plastic that is made of renewable natural resources. It also is one of the most popular materials for 3D printing.
ICE Filaments PLA ‘Fluo Young Yellow’ will make your prints help you enlighten even the darkest days. The ‘Fluo Young Yellow’ PLA lights up under a blacklight.
ICE Filament PLA is printable on every desktop FDM or FFF technology 3D printer. It has been tested on:
- Ultimaker 2+
- Ultimaker 2 Extended+
- Felix 3.1
- Felix Pro 1
- Tripodmaker Black Edition
- Stronger and less fragile than normal PLA
- Easy to print at low temperature
- Low ‘warping’
- Limited smell
ICE Filaments is a brand of Trideus bvba. We have developed this line of filaments because we want to grant every customers wishes. At Trideus, we can test our filaments with different types of printers, what gives us the advantage develop a line of filaments that doesn’t focus on one printer alone, but that prints high quality prints on all the open source printers in our gamma. Also all the closed source printers that work with reels can use ICE Filaments materials.
|Color:||Fluo Young Yellow|
|material Type:||Polylactic Acid|
|Weight on the spool:||750 gr|
|Printing temperature:||180 - 210°C|
|melting temperature:||210° C (± 10°C)|
|Print speed:||25mm/sec - 250mm/sec|
|Recommended temperature printbed:||± 35 - 60 °C|
|diameter tolerance:||1,75mm: ± 0,05mm / 2,85mm: ± 0,10mm|
|Specific gravity:||1,24 g/cc|
|Tensile strength:||110 MPa (MD) / 145 MPa (TD)|
|Elongation at break:||160% (MD) / 100% (TD)|
|Tensile modulus:||3310 MPa (MD) / 3860 MPa (TD)|
|impact strength:||7,5 KJ/m²|
|melting point:||145 - 160°C|