Composite 1.75mm PLA filament. Composite PLA is slightly more brittle than standard PLA and requires extra care when handling. Processing is comparable to standard PLA. Spool hole size can be changed (38mm/60mm)
Composite PLA 1.75mm PLA is probably the most popular 3d printing filament around. There’s a good reason for that popularity. Its one of the easiest materials to work with, giving good results within a wider range of variables than the majority of other filaments on the market.
Poly-Lactic Acid is a thermoplastic polymer. Because it is derived from natural sources like corn and sometimes sugarcane, PLA is sometimes referred to a bioplastic. The majority of other thermoplastics are distilled from non-renewable resources like petroleum.
In addition, because it is a natural product, it is also biodegradable. This means that when discarded into a composting system, PLA will naturally break down into its constituent parts in about three to six months. Compare this to other thermoplastics which could take up to one thousand years to degrade.
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