0 Is this food grade? 2011-12-12 12:15:59
None of our filaments have FDA approval and certainly they are not food safe. I think no filaments have such FDA approval on market. Not only filament itself, but also FDM printing technology is also an issue. FDM printing leaves a lot of micron holes on prints and they are good bacterial ground. So even if you find an FDA approved material, the FDM printing itself won't make anything food safe.
1 It seems there's some smell when printing. Is it harmful to the health? 2011-12-12 12:15:59
The PLA is made of corn starch, which is biodegradible and unharmful to the health.
2 This filament is 1.75? 2011-12-12 12:15:59
Yes, it is 1.75mm in diameter. And we provide 2.85mm in diameter as needs as well.
3 How long is the material? 2011-12-12 12:15:59
It is around 340 - 360 meters.
4 Does this filament include a resealable bag? 2011-12-12 12:15:59
No it comes in vacuum sealed bag that cannot be resealed.
5 Would this PLA+ work on other brands' 3d printer? 2011-12-12 12:15:59
As long as the machine takes 1.75mm filament and can heat the nozzle to 190-220c, then yes.
6 What is the dimension of the spool？ 2011-12-12 12:15:59
55mm in inner diameter and 200 mm in outer diameter by 67 mm wide
7 What is the net weight of the filament? Does the 1 kilo include the spool? 2011-12-12 12:15:59
The net weight of the filament is 1kg, which doen't include the spool. The total weight is around 1.4 kg including the spool.
8 Does the PLA+ contain any nylon or ABS? or is it pure PLA? 2011-12-12 12:15:59
It doesn't contain any nylon or ABS, it's just basic PLA but a little bit tougher than pure PLA to make it not so brittle as pure PLA.
9 How many materials do I need to print this model? 2011-12-12 12:15:59
It depends on the model size you want to print. The weight is 1kg for one spool and around 340 - 360 meters, meaning we need around 0.34 - 0.36 meters to print the model of 1g weight.
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