PolyAir 1.0 WACO RED


PolyAir 1.0 WACO RED

WACO RED Limited Edition

In-house developed and produced “Airplane Grade Filament”.


Four component impact resistant PLA based 3D printing polymer


  • Diameter: 1.75mm @ tolerance (+/- 0.02mm)
  • Weight: 1kg/335m (2.2lbs/1,100ft)
  • Temp: HE 220-240°C BED 50-60°C
  • Resealable bag to avoid moisture


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Product Description


  • More resistant to impact!
  • Improved layer adhesion
  • Easier to cut with a knife – doesn’t break that easily
  • Easy to print – prints the same as regular PLA
  • Stiff – as stiff as regular PLA to handle high G forces


  • Lower glass transition temperature (same as a regular PLA)

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:

USA, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, The Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden,

How it works

Download - Print - Assembly - Fly
  • 1
    Creating process of digital modelling

    Extensive hi-tech 3d structural reinforcement resulting in solid yet lightweight airframe thanks to additive 3Dprinting technology

  • 2
    Printing and testing

    Each plane has been thoroughly tested to find ideal shape and best possible inner structure

  • 3

    Choose your aircraft, download 3d files and print as many you need. Using your desktop 3Dprinter