High Temp PLA by Proto-pasta
Proto-pasta's premium High Temp PLA resists heat and maintains strength in warm environments. Heat treat your 3D printed objects for increased resistance to heat-related deformation.
High Temp PLA has two different finishes when 3D printed-- translucent when freshly printed, or opaque when heat-treated! Due to the low warp when 3D printed, High Temp PLA is perfect for objects requiring assembly, dimensional accuracy, and stability.
Anneal (heat-treat) your 3D printed objects in an oven at 60°C(140°) - 110°C(230°F) for less than an hour, or until your printed object takes on an opaque finish. Once heat-treated, your 3D printed part will be stiffer, stronger, and able to withstand warmer environments up to 140°C (285°F). Do not leave printed objects unattended while in an oven.
- Parts & Specifications
Filament Diameter: 2.85 mm (0.11 inches)
Amount of Filament: 500g (1.1 lbs)
Filament color may vary
Hot End Temperature: 225°C (Range: 220-230°C). Do not exceed 230°C
Print Surface: PEI film recommended
Print Surface Temperature: 60°C
High Temp PLA ships vacuum sealed and spooled on a reel.
- Resources & Documentation
Find the most up-to-date print profiles, including hot end and print bed temperatures, by selecting your Free Software program of choice:
3D Model Attribution
Rocktopus by Kent Johnson is used under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.
extruder_mount_taz6_v0.8.stl by Aleph Objects, Inc. is licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.
yet another vase by joo is used under the Creative Commons - Attribution - Share Alike license.