PrimaSELECT Metal is a new exciting type of fi lament which let you take 3D-printing to a new level. In this new material we have introduced a filament that contains 80% metal powder! Needless to say, this material is as close to real metalas you can come in the filament industry for FDM/FFF printers. SELECT Metal is available in Bronze and Copper.
PrimaSELECT Metal is a new exciting type of fi lament which let you take 3D-printing to a new level. In this new material we have introduced a filament that contains 80% metal powder! Needless to say, this material is as close to real metalas you can come in the filament industry for FDM/FFF printers. SELECT Metal is available in Bronze, Copper and Brass,
There´s many benefi ts by using metal powder. You will experience a real “metal feel” when you touch it and it also have that “cold” feeling that you can have when you touch copper or bronze. When it comes to weight SELECT Bronze/Copper is about 3-4 times heavier than regular PLA which also enhances the feeling of real metal. Thanks to the metal powder there´s also very low shrinkage when printing with this filament
You can use SELCT Bronze/Copper in almost any FDM printer on the market today and the filament has been tested in a number of di erent set ups with both Bowden and direct drive printers. Due to the abrasive nature of metal we recommend that you use a hardened steel nozzle* with this filament. It prints great with a regular brass nozzle also but the wear and tear is bigger and the risk for wearing out your nozzle increases.
PrimaSELECT™Metal sticks on BuildTak or glass plate coated with adhesive spray or glue stick.
PrimaSELECT™Metal is reeled on a transparent spool with 750 g of high quality filament. It´s packed in a sturdy box and packed with silica gel to avoid moister. PrimaSELECT™Metal are available in diameter sizes of 1.75 mm and 2.85 mm. Our state of the art factory is equipped with the latest in laser measuring technology to ensure that you will receive a spool of filament with a very tight diameter and roundness tolerance. This in turn makes for a filament that is compatible with most common printers on the market today.
|1,75 mm||±0,05 mm||≥ 95 %|
|2,85 mm||±0,10 mm||≥ 95 %|
|Specific gravity||ASTM D1505||1,20 g/cc|
|Tensile stress||ISO 527||70 MPa (MD)
100 MPa (TD)
|Elongation at break (MD)||ASTM D882||170% (MD|
|Tensile modulus||ASTM D882||1990 MPa (MD)
2300 Mpa (TD)
|Impact strength Izod method 23 °C||–||7,0 KJ/m²|
|Printing temp.||PF||210-235 °C|
|Melting temp.||–||150 °C ± 10 °C|
|Melting point||ASTM D3418||140-150 °C|
|Vicat softening temp||ISO 306||± 45 °C|