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PLA is a thermoplastic polyester biopolymer, It is the most commonly used filament in FDM 3D printers for its ease of use and a wide range of applications, especially those not mechanically or thermally demanding. It is formed by chemical conversion of corn into dextrose, then the dextrose is fermented into lactic acid seed, then polymerized into polylactic acid PLA biopolymer has similar properties to polypropylene (PP) and Polyethylene (PE)

PLA (FDM 3D Printing)



Minimum wall thickness: 1 mm

Minimum details size: 1 mm

Layer Thickness: 0.1 mm

Max dimensions:  300x300x450mm

Surface finish: Slightly Rough

Properties of materials


  • Good tensile strength
  • Rigid, fragile behavior
  • Withstand operating temperatures up to 50 °C
  • Low humidity resistance
  • Tolerance: +/-0.15mm per 100mm of the longest dimension
  • Tensile strength at yield: 70 Mpa
  • Tensile Modulus: 3120 MPa
  • Melting temp: 115±35°C



  • Test and calibration items
  • Dimensionally accurate assemblies
  • Decorative Parts
  • Cosplay Props
  • Application of materials
  • Industries
    • Automobile
    • Food packaging

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