PLA MATT

No more shiny surface PLA MATT Filament

Spectrum PLA MATT is a PLA-based material with a chemical composition modified so that it would be possible to obtain matte surfaces of printed object. The matte finish of printed items considerably improves their aesthetic properties and also minimises the visibility of layers on the side surfaces of printed items.

In addition, the material maintains all the features of PLA-based classic polymers, i.e. the easy and highly efficient printing, low shrinkage and very good adhesion between layers and also between the build platforms and printed objects. Further, the use of admixtures has improved the impact resistance and lowered the brittleness of printed items.

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Temperature resistance (75°C) PLA MATT Filament
Density 1.24 g/cm3
Nozzle temperature 185-215°C
Bed temperature 0-45°C
Printing speed 40-110 mm/s
Verify your spool - track diameter YES
1.75 mm 2.85 mm 1000g
Details
    Key features:
  • higher temperature resistance (75°C) in comparison to the standard PLA
  • high quality matte side surface with hardly visible layers
  • very good adhesion between layers
  • high durability
  • high rigidity of items
  • low shrinkage
  • highly efficient printing
  • improved mechanical strenght
Applications:
  • interior design
  • educational project
  • architectural models
  • industrial design prototyping for concept visualisation
With the above-mentioned properties, the applications of Spectrum PLA MATT are mostly oriented towards the presentation of major aesthetic values, i.e. industrial design prototyping for concept visualisation and demonstration of designer variants of structures. It is also used for interior design purposes and architectural models.
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718 - Catalogue (PDF 12,1 MB) 718 - Catalogue (PDF 12,1 MB) 718 - Catalogue (PDF 12,1 MB)
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