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*PLA - Starter Pack - 1.75mm 3D Printer Filament

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1.75mm PLA 3D Printer Filament Material from Spool3D.

Pantone colour coded filament from Spool3D. Technical data can be found in the details tab.

PLA filament sample pack, including 9 x 500 gram spools of different colours.

Print it right with Spool3D PLA 3D printer filament.  Our PLA thermoplastic filament is manufactured with tight tolerances from premium grade material.  Our filament has been tested on popular fused filament fabrication desktop 3D printer platforms.

PLA filament is an excellent material for a beginner to start with, as it typically doesn't require a heated bed and has the added benefit of being a bio-plastic, typically derived from corn.  Low odour and consistently round diameters make this material very easy to work with.

PLA filament should be stored in a resealable plastic bag with the dessicant pack provided.

  • 1.75 mm plastic PLA filament(Polylactic Acid; tolerance +/- 0.04mm)
  • Optimum extrusion temperature: 200-220 degrees celsius
  • Colour: 9 rolls of different colours (black, blue, green, grey, orange, red, translucent, white, yellow)
  • Weight: 9 x 500g (4.5kg total)
  • Consistently provides excellent build quality for low cost 3D printing.
  • Included in the box: 9 x 500 gram spools of filament, vacuum packaged in plastic with dessicant, 3 x extra resealable bags
  • Shipping Weight: 8.5 kg

Spool Sizes:

  • 0.5 kg - 200 mm OD x 39 mm W; spool hole diameter: 54 mm

Buy a Spool3D 3D printer PLA filament starter pack online in Canada without the surprise cost of the exchange rate!

SKU: PLA-STARTER-45
Manufacturer Part Number: PLA-STARTER-45
Technical Data Sheet: : PLA
Physical / Method / Test Condition:: Typical Value
Density (ASTM D792 @ 23℃):: 1.24 g/cm3
Melt Flow Rate (ASTM D1238 @ 190℃/2.16kg):: 5.2 g/10min
Tensile Strength (ASTM D638 @ 50mm/min):: 68 MPa
Elongation at Break (ASTM D638 @ 50mm/min):: 4%
Flexural Strength (ASTM D790 @ 5mm/min):: 85 MPa
Flexural Modulus (ASTM D790 @ 5mm/min):: 3200 MPa
Notched Izod Impact Strength (ASTM D256 @ 23℃):: 36 J/m
Melting Temperature (DSC @ 10℃/min):: 169 ℃
Printing Temperature:: 195-210 ℃
Heat Distortion Temperature (ASTM E2091 @ 0.45 MPa):: 54 ℃

Reviews

5 out of 5 (based on 5 ratings)
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PLA Starter pack

5/5
Just got into the hobby and saw this. Nice spread of colors, love the inclusion of a translucent PLA too. Good price, decent materials, print quality is good. Would recommend this if you want to check out the brand and are looking for variety of colors.
Posted by Steve, August 06, 2021

Just fantastic

5/5
I'm working on a game that has a number of pieces in different colours. This was the perfect solution. Price is great, quality and quantity are great. Would completely order again. Please make more of these! Perhaps one for translucent colours?
Posted by Leo Brooks, May 23, 2021

Starter Pack

5/5
Can't complain here. Fast delivery, well packaged, comes sealed with desiccant packs, also Mylar bags for after you open the spools to keep moisture out. Nothing really to moan about here. The product itself is great. PLA is a good starter and getting multiple colors is nice to see the variety and differences in the plastics. I am a first tie 3d printer, and this was a great buy for me, I would recommend it.
Posted by Shawn Power, April 13, 2021

Great way to start printing!

5/5
This PLA starter pack gives you a ton of material in so many colours to get you started in your 3D printing adventure....a must have for the new enthusiast!!
Posted by Brad, August 18, 2020

Great way to start your PLA collection

5/5
Just getting into 3d printing, I wanted to have a nice selection of colors, but buying individual 1kg spools of a bunch of a colors adds up quickly! This was the perfect way to stock up w/o breaking the bank. Wish there were similar options for other types of filament, e.g. PETG and Silk PLAs!
Posted by David Boone, November 15, 2019