PLA Glow in the Dark - is a material with a phosphoric compound that makes 3D printed model glowing in the dark after light exposure. Because it’s PLA - based material, it is easy to print and is used in the advertising and creation of information boards.
PLA Glow in the Dark - a PLA based material compounded with a phosporescent, highly concentrated pigment. It makes 3D printed object light in the dark after light exposure. Glow in the Dark filaments have many applications mainly in advertisement or information boards. When not glowing, it has a natural (creamy) colours.
PLA Glow in the Dark advantages:
- warp-free printing
- smooth surface after printing
- unbelivable strong afterglow effect
- perfect layer adhesion
- durability and stability of printout
- high quality
Filament is reeled on the neat, transparent spool. Each spool contains information on the type of material, diameter and recommended printing temperature. Filament is vacuum-packed with a moisture absorber. Instruction manual inside. Whole product packed in the original, folied Spectrum Filaments packaging.
Glow in the Dark
external diameter – 20cm, internal diameter. 5,2cm, width. 6,7cm
Physical & termal properties of raw material
|MFR (210°C / 2.16kg), g/10 min:|
|Heat Distortion Temperature:|
|Tensile Strength at Break:|
53 MPa (ASTM D882)
|Tensile Yield Strength:|
60 MPa (ASTM D882)
3.5 MPa (ASTM D882)
16 J/m (ASTM D256)