PLA Strongman

€ 25,00

Test specimens print settings:

  3D printer: Creality Ender 3

  Infill: 20 %

  Nozzle temperature: 210 °C 

  Slicer: Cura 

  Shells: 2 

  Bed temperature: 55 °C 

  Nozzle: 0,4 mm 

  Layer height: 0,2 mm 

  Print speed: 50 mm/s 


Printing Recommendations:
Nozzle temperature: 200–230°C
Heated bed: Recommended 50–60°C
Print speed: 50–100 mm/s
Build platform: Glass bed, Kaptontape, Blue tape.

Access to all technical data sheets can be found here.


Filament PLA Strongman Grey 1.75mm/1Kg, is as solid as the ABS filament and still has the functionality of ordinary PLA material.
Filament Strongman was developed out of users need of having simple to print material just like PLA, with much more improved
formula for toughness and resistance. We joined forces with one of the best universities for polymer characterization and created
material that is one of a kind on the market. Many of our customers do not like the ABS filament since it creates difficulties during
the printing process. Compared to conventional PLA filament, the PLA Strongman is much tougher and impact-resistant. It is
used for printing drones, bearings and all kind of products that require greater strength. In the video below, you can see how we
dropped heavy weighted object on plain PLA filament and PLA Strongman filament. Result? PLA Strongman remained unchanged,
while plain PLA filament broke.

Regarding the temperature resistance, this filament is equal to the ordinary PLA filament. For good results, you must print at a
temperature of 200–230°C and the printing table should be heated to 50-60°C. Please note that the range in the print temperature
may slightly differ depending on the use of other printers.

Strongman filament has a net weight of 1 kg (2.2 lbs), in the welding position on the reel of 210 mm in diameter, with an inside opening
of 60 mm and a width of 62 mm. The filament is vacuum-sealed and contains a bag that absorbs moisture and allows the filament to
remain fresh. The thickness of the PLA filament is 1.75 mm or 2.85 mm and is produced in more than 5 different shades.