LEON3D presents a new material for 3D printers


Once more LION3D It is back in the news thanks to its tireless work in research and development, although this time, more than to present a new model of 3D printer or technology, it does so to talk about the new thermoplastic material that its engineers have just developed.

Apparently this new thermoplastic material is based on polylactic acid, better known as PLA. From this point on, work has been done to significantly increase the printing speed, the resolution achieved in any job and especially the mechanical properties present in the objects.

LEON3D surprises us with the presentation of its new PLA INGEO 3D850 filament.

This new material manufactured by LEON3D has been baptized as PLA INGEO 3D850 and it is nothing other than a biodegradable plastic that does not incorporate any type of recycled or recovered material during its manufacturing process. Thanks to this, interesting characteristics can be achieved such as that this new material has low thermal traction, allows to manufacture parts with high definition or a much higher precision without any type of deformation.

If you are interested in trying this new material, tell you that LEON3D has decided to present it in 1 kilogram coils vacuum packed at a price of 19,95 Euros. As a final detail, remind you that among the specifications to be able to work with this material we find that we need a recommended printing temperature for the fuser of about 215 degrees Celsius while the base should be about 50 degrees Celsius.

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  1.   Iker said

    Yesterday they told me that it is printed at 200º. The best thing is to download the latest profile from your website ...

  2.   Mark said

    It seems a bit unpresentable to me about this company, they do not investigate or manufacture plastic and even less what they say they have just developed. They make the plastic in Holland, more specifically in the company http://www.dutchfilaments.com/ They can check that they use even the same photos, please do not publish news that misleads people and gives them credit for something they do not deserve.
    PS: on the manufacturer's website they indicate that they make a brand for others.