In-house developed and produced “Airplane Grade Filament”.
Four component impact resistant PLA based 3D printing polymer
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Our new in-house produced PLA based four compound material, developed specifically for printing thin-wall planes. Improved impact resistance and layer adhesion are crucial for a longer lifespan of 3D printed RC planes. It prints as easy as a regular PLA, so you can use your trusted print profiles or our pre-compiled gcodes on compatible printers. A sophisticated production line ensures a constant diameter with tight tolerance.
The printing temperature remains the same, defaults at 230°C without cooling. The PolyAir 1.0, same as a regular PLA, softens at temperatures higher than 50°C, that is its glass transition temperature. To achieve sufficient heatbed adhesion, we use temperature 50-60°C any higher will result in a warped bottom part caused by the weight of the part. When printing, keep the room temperature between 15-25°C/59-77°F (we don’t recommend using an enclosed printer).
Avoid exposing the model to higher temperatures on direct sunlight or leaving the model in a car. Darker colours warp on direct sunlight as the temperature of the surface builds up faster. To avoid this, use bright, single-wavelength colours like yellow, orange, lime-green, etc when painting your models…
Keep in dry place after opening, in case of moisture contamination dry at 50°C/122°F for 4 hours. The filament comes in a resealable bag.
Available shipping country (max 6 spools per order):
Australia, USA, South Korea, Japan, China, Austria, Belgium,Taiwan, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hong Kong, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, Serbia and many more…
Extensive hi-tech 3d structural reinforcement resulting in solid yet lightweight airframe thanks to additive 3Dprinting technology
Each plane has been thoroughly tested to find ideal shape and best possible inner structure
Choose your aircraft, download 3d files and print as many you need. Using your desktop 3Dprinter