Utilizing Haydale’s patented HDplas® Graphene nanoplatelets (GNPs) to improve dispersion and bonding within the PLA polymer. This is the first of a family of graphene enhanced PLA filaments, developed in conjunction with Amphilogic Ltd, receiving excellent feedback, in particular thermal stability, print quality, first layer adhesion and improved Z-axis adhesion.
Faster & Better Print Quality
The HDPlas® GNP filaments exhibit improved surface finish and print quality. A range of components have been successfully 3D printed with metallic grey finish.
Improved Dimensional Stability
Measurements from printed articles from a number of sources show reduced shrinkage and warpage, leading to increased part accuracy.
First Layer and Z-axis Adhesion
This HDPlas® GNP filament demonstrates excellent first and inter-layer adhesion necessary for the production of industrial products. Under optimum processing conditions, it was not possible to break the layers by hand and industrial partners have praised the ruggedness of their parts.
HDPlas® GNP filament out-performed standard PLA, ABS and PETG and was still stable under a 100g load at temperatures above 90ºC, enhancing industrial applicability.
- Easy to print just like standard PLA
- Excellent interlayer adhesion and finish
- Improved dimensional accuracy
- High rigidity & good impact strength
- Excellent print quality & surface finish
- Higher operating temperature performance
- Compatible with a broad range of printers
- This material is non-conductive
NET WEIGHT: 0.4 KG (0.88 LB)
- Heated bed at 58°C recommended for good first layer adhesion.
- This filament can be extruded as low as 170°C & must never exceed 220°C